Dodgers Continue East Coast Road Trip with Quick Stop in Tampa Bay

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The Dodgers started their eight game road trip off well, taking two of three games from the Reds in Cincinnati. Cody Bellinger and Hyun-Jin Ryu continued their dominance with their bat and their pitching, respectively. The team hit some homers, and the bullpen was still a little shaky. Pretty much par for the course of what this season has been so far.

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Dodgers Roster: Garlick, Beaty Added Ahead of East Coast Road Trip

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As the Dodgers head into their eight game east coast road trip, they will be taking a new face along for the ride. On Friday, the Dodgers added Kyle Garlick to the active roster along with Matt Beaty while placing Kenta Maeda on the 10-day IL.

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4 Non-Bellinger Highlights from the First Quarter of 2019

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The first quarter of the Dodgers‘ 2019 season is already in the books. Time flies when you’re having fun and have one of the best records in baseball.

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Dodgers Trade Travis d’Arnaud to Rays, Recall Rocky Gale from Oklahoma City

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Travis, we hardly knew ye.

After just shy of a week in the Dodgers‘ organization, Travis d’Arnaud today was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays for cash considerations.

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Dodgers Roster: Are Personnel Adjustments Coming in the Bullpen?

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The Dodgers saw their 10-game winning streak at Dodger Stadium ended last night, at the hands of Patrick Corbin and the Washington Nationals. They were held scoreless for the just the third time this season and for the first time at home.

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After a Near-Sweep in San Diego, Dodgers Return Home to Face Braves

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The Dodgers almost completed a sweep of the San Diego Padres over the weekend but were thwarted by a walk-off grand slam off the bat of Hunter Renfroe. In just a quick look at the series, taking two-of-three from the Padres, all of which they were down early, was a good weekend in San Diego.

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Dodgers Continue Road Trip with Showdown in San Diego

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Since the San Francisco Giants have not been lately what they were in the early part of this decade, the Dodgers apparently have a new rival, or so fans of the San Diego Padres would tell you.

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The Excellent, the Good & the Bad from the First Month of the Season

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The Dodgers are reaching the end of their first full month of baseball. If the adage that the Dodgers always start April slow is true, then the rest of the season should be an incredible show.

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Dodgers Lineups: What Lies Ahead for Chris Taylor?

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The Dodgers offense, as a whole, has been pretty good so far this year. As a team, the Dodgers are third in the MLB in homers, second in RBI and runs, fourth in OPS and fifth in hits.

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Dodgers Still Succeeding Despite Several Holes in Bullpen

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The Dodgers had quite the weekend in Milwaukee, taking three of four games against the Brewers, including Sunday’s finale which they won in dramatic fashion.

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