Seemingly, Max Muncy Has Returned to His 2018 Form


As it took a while for Max Muncy to finally settle into his 2019 campaign, many of his numbers are now on track to exceed some of the impressive statistics he registered when he surprised the baseball world last season.

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Dodgers’ Bullpen Creating Serious Concerns


When it took Rich Hill 104 pitches to get through six innings in Tuesday’s contest against the Mets, many onlookers cringed at the fact that the Dodgers‘ relief corps would need to be depended upon to complete three full innings of work.

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Cody Bellinger’s 2019 Sample Size Is Growing Quite Large, Folks

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When Cody Bellinger was leading the world in offense just 20 games into the season, many well-versed fans of the Dodgers knew there was little chance those types of numbers would hold up through the entirety of the 23-year-old’s 2019 campaign.

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Dodgers Sweep Pirates in Pittsburgh

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Two days after I published a column about how the starting pitching was responsible for most of the team’s recent success, the offense of the Dodgers erupted for a whopping 18 runs over the final two games of a weekend set to secure both the series and season sweep against a battered Pirates squad.

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Exactly How Good Is the Dodgers’ Starting Rotation?

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While many fans of the Dodgers have attributed an extremely potent offense to the team’s success so far this year, the starting pitching has undoubtedly been the backbone of the squad’s consistency.

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Dodgers Prospects: A Conversation with Righty Pitcher Braydon Fisher

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With the 2019 MLB draft now less than two weeks away, one can’t help but look back to last year’s event and recall the trio of pitchers the Dodgers selected over the first several rounds.

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Julio Urías Reinstated


Lefty pitcher Julio Urias returned to the Dodgers‘ active roster on Tuesday afternoon, eight days after he was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic battery at a Los Angeles shopping center.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Zach Reks Rising Quickly


As there has been quite a bit of movement in recent days on the Dodgers‘ big league roster, there has been an equal amount of movement along the upper levels of the farm, allowing several prospects to emerge into the Triple-A spotlight.

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Dodgers Bullpen: 4 Under-the-Radar Relief Options for Second-Half of 2019

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Some nights, the bullpen of the Dodgers looks almost untouchable. Other nights, its performance is so ineffective that fans of the team imagine dozens of trade possibilities they hope might go down at the summer deadline.

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Dodgers’ Bullpen Continues to Transform


Although there are not an overwhelming number of options from which to select, the bullpen of the Dodgers continues to transform as the club pushes through the second quarter of its 2019 campaign.

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