The Dodgers have been struggling with their bullpen for a solid chunk of the year, but Joe Kelly has been their most consistent reliever over the past few months. Before his appearance on Saturday night, Kelly had not pitched since September 1 as a six day break. It appears that we now know why: Dave […] More
The Dodgers have been struggling on offense and obviously, one of the main reasons is because they are missing two of their biggest bats in the lineups. As most of you know, Max Muncy took a pitch off his right wrist versus the San Diego Padres and after three tests, it was determined that he […] More
If you’ve had a busy week traveling or been feeling under the weather, don’t worry, we got you covered with the biggest news from the week of Dodgers Baseball. Dodgers Max Muncy has an Expected Date Set for Return to the Field Dodgers: Joc Pederson Still Getting Help From Andre Ethier Dodgers: Alex Verdugo Experiences […] More
Despite sweeping the Colorado Rockies and having an off day to prep for the series versus the San Francisco Giants, the questions surrounding the Dodgers have been a dark cloud that has been lingering over the team for a few months now. The team has gone 6-5 since the disappointing Yankees series in August with […] More
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters on Friday that Will Smith’s recent struggles are due to mechanical issues within his stance and swing. He also said that they have since been fixed by hitting coach Robert Van Scoyoc, according to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. Dave Roberts said he believes Will Smith’s offensive slump is mechanical […] More
According to JP Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group, left-handed starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu will have his next start skipped in an effort to supply with more rest prior to the playoffs. Hyun-Jin Ryu will skip his next start, previously scheduled for the Baltimore series. — J.P. Hoornstra (@jphoornstra) September 6, 2019 Many fans […] More
Dodgers left-handed starting pitcher Rich Hill told Ken Gurnick of MLB.com prior to Friday night’s game that he can make as many as four starts in an effort to be a member of the club’s postseason rotation. Hill said he can make four starts during the regular season to be available for the postseason. — […] More
The San Francisco Giants are coming into town and will most likely competing completely on pride, as they have fell out of play off contention by losing the last 12 out of their last 16 games. The Giants will be coming off a 10-0 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals, so you know there is […] More
The Dodgers have decided to give their young ace, Walker Buehler, an additional two days of rest by moving him from his scheduled start date of Sunday vs. the Giants to Tuesday, when they face Baltimore on the road. #Dodgers pushing Walker Buehler back from scheduled Sunday start to give him an extra rest, Monday […] More
Austin Barnes has been recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City as expected, according to JP Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group. The Dodgers have recalled catcher Austin Barnes from Triple-A Oklahoma City. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 6, 2019 Barnes will be filling in as the third catcher for the Dodgers down the stretch […] More
After being replaced by Andrew Friedman in 2014, Ned Colletti has been gracing the air waves on SportsNet LA, giving the fans insights from his years of experience as a general manager in Major League Baseball and helped with the ownership transition as a special advisor to Stan Kasten. In a surprise announcement, the San […] More
Dodgers’ catching prospect Connor Wong has been named an Uncle Ray’s Player of the Month Award recipient for the month of August. Wong, 23, joins Devin Mann and Niko Hulsizer, who was traded to the Rays, as the Dodgers who have received the honor this season. The award is given monthly to the top minor […] More
Adrian Gonzalez took to twitter to thank Dodger fans for continuously supporting him. He posted a throwback Thursday video of his first at bat, which turned into a 3-run HR against the Miami Marlins and the start of an amazing time with the Dodgers. Thank you @Dodgers fans for all the continued love you guys […] More
Every baseball fan has dreamt of the day that they get the chance to catch a ball at the stadium. Over the last couple of years, we have seen some incredible fan catches. A personal favoite for me is fans holding their babies and making the one-handed grab. There is also the classic “catch it […] More
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Dodgers infielder and one of the brightest stars in Los Angeles, Max Muncy, has been rewarded for his comeback story. He is set to receive Major League Baseball’s 2019 Heart and Hustle Award. If anyone deserves the honor, it’s certainly Muncy. Here is Max, along with his beautiful French Bulldog Jax, celebrating the award. The […] More
As the Dodgers swept the Colorado Rockies, it was the production of Joc Pederson that has everyone buzzing. In the series vs. the Rockies, Joc Pop has gone 6-7 with 9 RBIs. The only reason he didn’t produce more was because Joc’s rib cage ran into the wall robbing a home run away from the […] More
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On a day where the Dodgers became the all-time National League leader in home runs hit in a season… Dodgers Set National League Record for Home Runs …Dave Roberts also provided roster updates for the rest of September. Dodgers: Alex Verdugo Experiences Setback in Rehab Dodgers: Rich Hill Returning as Reliever Next Week Dodgers Max […] More
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The Dodgers have shattered the all-time record for most home runs in a season for any team in National League history. 250 home runs is a lot of home runs. Like a lot — and the season is not even close to being over. Setting records. ? The Dodgers now have 250 home runs this […] More