We have entered the last full week of Spring Training in Arizona for the Los Angeles Dodgers. After Monday evening’s contest, there will be just three more Cactus League games before the Dodgers head back to California to take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for three games before the season starts in earnest.Continue reading “Unknowns for Dodgers Heading into 2021 Not as Many as Previous Seasons”
T-minus two weeks now until the Los Angeles Dodgers open their 2021 season against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field.Continue reading “Three Dodgers with Something to Prove in 2021”
As February draws to a close and the Los Angeles Dodgers inch closer to meaningful games in 2021, fans of the team are in a beautiful sweet spot.Continue reading “Is This the Golden Age of the Dodgers?”
We are still waiting for any news of the 2021 season, and what it will look like, especially for the Los Angeles Dodgers. But exactly one year ago was when their fortunes changed for the better.
Well that was quite the year, wasn’t it? One that Dodger fans and the world at large won’t forget for some time.
Welcome to winter, but finally one when Dodger fans are not discontent. While it was an abnormal summer, it brought some baseball, which led to the Dodgers finally winning that long awaited World Championship.
2020 has definitely been a year that none of us could have ever anticipated, in so many ways. From the pandemic and all the chaos and loss of normalcy and life, to everything in between.
Major League Baseball finds itself at the beginning of Awards Week. Rookies of the Year, Managers of the Year, Cy Youngs and MVPs will all be announced throughout the week, starting Monday evening.
Just in case you’re a fan of the Dodgers and your attention was diverted to other national news on Friday morning, Major League Baseball has completed its investigation of the events following the Los Angeles Dodgers’ victory in Game 6 of the World Series.
While there isn’t any baseball until late February when pitchers and catchers report to spring training, it doesn’t mean baseball takes a break, as many activities continue year-round. Teams have begun to hire new managers, and soon teams will look to make free-agent offseason splashes. While the winter meetings may not be the same as previous years, baseball fans across the world will be refreshing their Twitter feed to hear the latest rumors as the offseason progresses.