Dodgers Hope Return Home Breaks Current Slump

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The Los Angeles Dodgers are back home after a ten-game road trip in which they went 2-8, a period in which they’ve also lost 15 out of their last 20 games. In the two games in which they won, the Dodger offense exploded for double-digit runs. Other than that, it’s been quiet.

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Will Trevor Bauer’s Comments Have Any Effect on Dodgers’ Losing Ways?

“I don’t necessarily want to speak for the team. But I’m pissed personally. I don’t like losing. I want to win. That’s why I came here. And we are not playing up to our capabilities right now, so I’m mad.”

After yet another one-run loss, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer vented to reporters on the state of his current team.

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Is There Any Relief in Sight for a Struggling Bullpen?

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Perhaps the funniest thing about the Dodgers’ victory over the Angels on Saturday night was the notion that most fans out there, as well as the players, coaching staff, and management, were hoping to add a few insurance runs late in the game after putting a whopping 13 runs on the board early.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Cody Bellinger, Zach McKinstry, Tony Gonsolin, More


With the Dodgers now having dropped 14 of their last 18 games, many fans continue to point their fingers at injuries for being the primary culprit of the club’s current stretch of woes. All the depth the organization has been flaunting for years doesn’t seem to be helping in the least right now, as the team is looking for just a single win or two with hopes of building some type of momentum.

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Dodgers and Angels Set for Weekend Freeway Series

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The Freeway Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Anaheim Angels is always one of the more anticipated series of the year, with both teams being so close in proximity and calling Southern California home.

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The Real Reasons Why the Dodgers Aren’t Winning

Things have only gotten worse in the world of the Los Angeles Dodgers since the last time we talked, dear reader. The team that some said would never lose again has done a complete 180 and may never win again.

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Oklahoma City Dodgers Announce Opening Day Roster

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I can’t speak for all baseball fans out there, but I think I’m quite accurate in saying that most of them are welcoming the return of minor league baseball with open arms. Minor league play is important on so many different levels. Not only is it an economical venue for some folks who may not otherwise be able to attend an MLB game, but it is also critical for the development of younger players.

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Keibert Ruiz Returns Against Cubs as Dodgers Play First Doubleheader of Season

On Tuesday, the Dodgers announced they have recalled top prospect catcher Keibert Ruiz. For the first game of the doubleheader against the Cubs, the Dodgers did not call up a 27th player, which teams are permitted to do. However, they can announce a move after the conclusion of the first game.

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2021 Dodgers: Best Team Ever or Unluckiest Team Ever?

If you thought at the beginning of the season that watching the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2021 was just going to be a cake walk of a year, you would have been mistaken.

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Early Thoughts on Dustin May Injury

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As if the injury picture for the Los Angeles Dodgers wasn’t already bad enough, things got much worse when righty starting pitcher Dustin May left Saturday’s game against the Brewers with an apparent right arm injury.

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