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    Dodgers News: LA Lends A Helping Hand After Country Hits Morbid Milestone

    The US has always been one to reach new milestones. Yesterday, however, the US reached the unenviable milestone of over 100,000 deaths from the Covid-19 virus. In the midst of sadness, the Dodgers decided to lend a helping hand. This morning, the Dodgers, @DodgersFdn and @SalArmyCalSouth donated 2,000 food boxes and @smartfinal gift cards to […] More

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    Dodgers: This Throwback of Gavin Lux Will Absolutely Brighten Your Day

    It’s times like these where we all need a good laugh or just something to brighten our day. Over on Instagram user therealdodgerhogs brought us something perfect for “Flashback Friday.” View this post on Instagram Me when I re-emerge from quarantine. ? #Dodgers #ITFDB #MLB #LosAngeles #TheKidFromKenosha #LA #LADodgers #Baseball #ROY #FlashbackFriday. @therealgavinlux A post shared […] More More

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    Dodgers: Ranking the Best First Basemen in Franchise History

    The Los Angeles Dodgers, along with the rest of MLB, are still waiting for Opening Day. In the meantime, MLB.com is producing all-time lists with each team’s best players by position. We submit to you, our list of the top five Dodgers first baseman in franchise history.  Who was the best Dodgers first baseman of all time? […] More More

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    Dodgers: Eric Gagne vs Barry Bonds in the At-Bat for the Ages

    If you were old enough to really enjoy and understand baseball in the late 90’s / early 00’s, you would know a thing or two about displays of power versus power. Before launch angle and spin rate, there was big strong dudes throwing nasty pitches and swinging big lumber along with the aid of good […] More More

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    Dodgers: 2019 Playoff Baseballs Were De-Juiced, According to New Study

    Between the Astros and Red Sox investigations, controversial new rule changes, and the COVID-19 pandemic, Rob Manfred and the commissioner’s office have had their hands full these past few months. Another new story came to light Tuesday morning, this one regarding the baseballs in the 2019 postseason. *juiced baseball scoop!*so, those funky balls from the […] More More

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    Dodgers History: Dusty Baker and the Birth of the High-Five

    As the world practices social distancing amidst the Covid-19 scare, the staff and contributors at Dodgers Nation are looking forward to a time when we can all gather together again at Chavez Ravine to cheer on our Boys in Blue. When that day finally comes, we’ll cheerfully celebrate every Belli home run and Kershaw strikeout […] More More

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    Dodgers: A Visual of Clayton Kershaw’s Pitch Dynamics and Spin rate

    In a perfect world, the Dodgers would be 4-0 and by now and Clayton Kershaw would have picked up his sixth opening day win for Los Angeles. But we’re instead remaining hopeful that there will even be a season in 2020. While the best-case scenario looks to be about June for baseball to return, there’s […] More More

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