Dodgers Roster: What Role Will Evan Phillips Play in 2022 Postseason?

Five years ago, a lot of us fans thought the closer role would have been obsolete by now. Sure, a lot of teams are starting to use their best relievers in different game spots, but we’re still seeing guys hold down the traditional closer roles where they throw only in the ninth inning with the game on the line, unless they haven’t seen action in several days.

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Dodgers News and Notes – Urías, Ace? Muncy Back? and More

The Los Angeles Dodgers just keep trucking along. They’ve now won nine straight games, for the first time this season, and look to go for double digits Wednesday night against the Minnesota Twins.

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Dodgers Keeping Stride as Current Homestand Concludes

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been steamrolling everyone. Lately, they haven’t lost a game in over a week. The Blue Crew swept San Diego amid all the big names they traded for. The Dodgers have the best record in the majors at 75-33 and are 16 games up on the second-place Padres.

The team is hitting all cylinders with under two months left in the season. They’ve won eight games in a row and are 9-1 in their last ten games.

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On Enjoying this Moment of Dodger Baseball

The Los Angeles Dodgers are enjoying a well deserved off day at home, after sweeping both the Giants in San Francisco, and the San Diego Padres at Dodger Stadium.

Many players, coaches and friends will convene Monday evening at Chavez Ravine for Clayton Kershaw’s Ping Pong for a Purpose. The annual fundraiser which raises money for Kershaw’s Challenge and Arise Africa is a fun event where attendees wear bright and colorful outfits and try to one up each other in Ping Pong. Kershaw is usually a member of the winning team.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Brusdar Graterol, Edwin Rios, Blake Treinen and More

Imagine if you’re a major league manager and your GM tells you there’s an influx of player additions coming in mid-August without even needing to sacrifice any of your organization’s top prospects.
That’s exactly the position the Dodgers are in after standing pat at a busy 2022 tradeline, keeping nearly the entirely of their farm system intact.

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Dodgers Roster: Sorting Out the Starting Pitching Situation

The 2022 summer trade deadline was a bit strange for the Dodgers this year, as they mostly stayed pat and decided to hang onto their plentiful stock of prospects in the minors, seemingly content with their chances at another deep postseason run in October.

Not many fans were concerned about starting pitching heading into the deadline. At the time, there seemed to be plenty of options for both the rotation and the bullpen, as there were a handful of key players approaching their prospective returns from the injured list.

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Dodgers Sweep Giants, Announce Vin Scully Tribute for Friday

To say this week has been intense and crazy would be an understatement.

The Dodgers benefitted from some timely hitting and a solid bullpen effort to defeat the Giants in Thursday’s finale 5-3, securing a four-game sweep and temporarily extending the division lead to 12 games over the Padres.

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Thoughts on the Dodgers Activity at the Trade Deadline

Hello everyone, and a very pleasant Wednesday to you, wherever you may be.

The Los Angeles Dodgers and the baseball community lost an icon Tuesday evening with the passing of Vin Scully. Dennis covered this news here, and we will do our best to carry on without him.

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Baseball World Mourns Passing of Vin Scully

(This post comes courtesy of the Los Angeles Dodgers Public Relations Department)

He was the voice of the Dodgers, and so much more. He was their conscience, their poet laureate, capturing their beauty and chronicling their glory from Jackie Robinson to Sandy Koufax, Kirk Gibson to Clayton Kershaw.

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