Dodgers’ Offense Finally Stepping Up, Despite All the Overthinking

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The Dodgers may have recently started to turn a corner, at least in the offense department. Time will tell if they can actually keep it up. The last two pitching performances by Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-Jin Ryu have been pretty darn good, too. If Kenta Maeda and Alex Wood can both have good starts after their previous outings which were atrocious, we might be able to see that the Dodgers are indeed finally on an upswing.

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Dodgers vs. Padres Preview: Will the Los Angeles Starting Rotation Find Success?

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While the offense of the Dodgers continues to be highly scrutinized in the early portion of the year, it could be up to the club’s starting rotation to keep the team on the winning track when travelling to San Diego for a three-game set during the early part of the week.

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Dodgers Place Logan Forsythe on Disabled List, Recall Breyvic Valera

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The Dodgers on Sunday morning placed infielder Logan Forsythe on the 10-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation and recalled infielder Breyvic Valera from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Valera will wear uniform No. 33.

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Some Reasons Why Baseball Is Important & A Few Rules for Being a Good Fan

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There’s a lot of panic on Dodger Twitter right now. Understandably so, because the Dodgers are struggling and have been since opening day. Slow starts, April games, too early to be meaningful—all true. But it’s not much fun for Dodgers fans.

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Are the Dodgers Trying to Be Just a Little Too Versatile?

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Many fans talk about team chemistry and continuity often. We normally hear about it when a team is amid a rough losing skid, or, conversely, when a club is winning games on a daily basis, sometimes setting historical franchise records in the process.

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Dodgers Prospects: An Inside Look at the Triple-A Oklahoma City Batting Order

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For as much as the big league club has been struggling with its offense so far this season, the Oklahoma City Dodgers have been making up for it with their own bats. The Triple-A crew is off to fine 5-1 record as a team, as they’re hitting a combined .306/.377/.447 through the first six games of the young campaign. Although the 19-run output against Round Rock earlier this week represents a big chunk of their production, they still have put 40 runs on the board so far, which translates to 6.67 runs scored per game—a very impressive number any way you look at it.

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Dodgers Need a Shake-Up Heading into Diamondbacks Series

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Nothing seems to be coming easy early in the Dodgers‘ 2018 season. It currently feels like the team is stuck in a two steps forward, one step back rut. After a nice little two game winning streak where it felt like maybe things were turning around, the Dodgers got drubbed by the Oakland A’s Wednesday night, 16-6.

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It’s Official: Dodgers to Host 2020 All-Star Game

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As we all knew yesterday the announcement was coming, today it became official. Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. announced that Major League Baseball has awarded the 2020 All-Star Game and accompanying All-Star Week festivities to the Los Angeles Dodgers.  The 2020 Midsummer Classic will be the 91st edition in the event’s history, which dates back to 1933.

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Dodgers Offense: Bats May Finally Be Headed in Right Direction

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While it was only four runs and against one of the not-so-stellar pitching staffs in baseball, the Dodgers‘ slumbering offense may finally be showing some signs of waking up.

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Breaking Down the Dodgers’ Early-Season Struggles

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Is this the team we know? Is this the team that lost 11 straight and caused worry in even some of the most devout fans? Is this the team that lost Game 7 of the World Series?

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