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WATCH: Statcast Breaks Down Yasiel Puig’s Catch

The Dodgers did not get to enjoy game two of the season as they were absolutely shut down by the Padres Clayton Richard. One positive that came out of the game was a fantastic running catch in right field from Yasiel Puig. Watch Puig's fantastic running catch from game two! https://t.co/oX38Iyvldj — Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) […]

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Dodgers News: Pedro Guerrero Shows Improvement; Out Of ICU

Former Dodgers slugger, Pedro Guerrero, was released out of the intensive care unit at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan Tuesday. He was admitted into the hospital due to a brain hemorrhage as reported by J.P. Hoornstra of the Orange County Register. It was troubling to see various reports with no answer to this tragic event […]

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Dodgers News: Los Angeles Fails First Test Versus Left-Hander

Dave Roberts and the Dodgers players are tired of questions about facing left-handed pitching. But L.A. did little to mitigate those concerns Tuesday. The Dodgers were dumbfounded by journeyman Padres starter Clayton Richard in a 4-0 loss. Richard threw eight shutout innings in what was his longest outing since 2013, according to MLB.com. The only […]

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Dodgers News: Kenta Maeda Sluggish in First 2017 Start

Kenta Maeda took the mound against the Padres Tuesday looking to start his sophomore campaign hot. Instead, it was shades of late 2016. Maeda threw five innings, allowing six hits and three earned runs. He also had four strikeouts to two walks. He started with a 29-pitch, two-run 1st inning. Kenta Maeda out after 5 […]

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Dodgers News: Dodgers Release 2013 First-Round Pick

The Dodgers have reportedly released Chris Anderson, their 2013 first-round pick. The first to break the news was Southern California News Group reporter J.P. Hoornstra on April 1. The Dodgers released pitcher Chris Anderson, their 2013 first-round draft pick. — J.P. Hoornstra (@jphoornstra) April 1, 2017 Another report surfaced on Tuesday, from Matt Eddy of Baseball […]

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Dodgers News: Vin Scully, True to His Word, Missed Opening Day

Vin Scully made headlines when he expressed doubt he’d watch the Dodgers first game. Scully followed through with the remarks and didn’t watch the Dodgers 14-3 win over the San Diego Padres. Scully spoke with Bill Plaschke of the Los Angeles Times. He confirmed he wasn’t glued to the television. Vin Scully spent this Opening […]

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Dodgers News: Pedro Guerrero Reportedly ‘Fighting For His Life’

There have been many conflicting reports about the current state of former Dodgers and Cardinals great Pedro Guerrero. The former All-Star was hospitalized in the Dominican Republic on Monday. The sports world has yet to figure out whether Guerrero is fighting for his life or if he suffered either a heart attack or a stroke. […]

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Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw Adds to Perfect Opening Day Record

Clayton Kershaw has now started the last seven Opening Day games for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers have won EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. He has produced seven straight Opening Day wins in a row for the Dodger and it has almost gone unnoticed. On Opening Day of 2017 Clayton Kershaw added to his amazing start […]

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WATCH: Dodgers Bats Explode On Opening Day

The Los Angeles Dodgers graced their fans with another memorable Opening Day on Monday afternoon against the San Diego Padres. In a game started by Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers knew all they needed was a few runs to grab themselves a win on Opening Day of the 2017 season. They got Clayton a few runs […]

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Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Not Concerned About Corey Seager’s Throwing

In perhaps the lone blemish in L.A.’s 14-3 blowout win over the Padres, Corey Seager’s throwing error led to a first inning San Diego run. Dave Roberts said Seager hadn’t fielded any ground balls this spring, so there’s little reason to be concerned with his defense. Dave Roberts said he wasn't concerned about Corey Seager's […]

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Dodgers: MLB May Have a New Date for Opening Day Circled on its Calendar

Dodgers fans are used to Opening Day being placed in March or at the very least a home opener in April. The coronavirus has put a temporary hold on that though, leaving fans to wonder when we will finally get to see baseball. As it turns out, the league is considering one holiday in particular […] More

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

Lakers News: Los Angeles Players Symptom Free After Positive Tests

The Lakers look to be making out okay after two players tested positive for COVID-19 a few weeks back. The team completed their 14-day...

MLB News: Baseball Has a Decision on Minor League Pay During Hiatus

MLB is making things right with their players in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. After agreeing to player-friendly deals with the player’s union in regards to service time, the pay of minor league players was the next thing to be discussed. As it turns out, the league is more than willing to work with […] More

Dodgers: Justin Turner and Joc Pederson Affected by New MLB Agreement

It might be one of the most difficult times in history to be a Dodgers fan right now. Even more than losing back-to-back World Series, the last six months have been wild for fans in Los Angeles. The Astros cheating scandal just reminded us that we should have had our first championship since 1988, and […] More
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