The Two Most Important Issues for Dodgers in Second Half of Season

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The Los Angeles Dodgers find themselves on the brink of the second half of the season. The MLB 2021 Trade Deadline is quickly approaching. The team is still in second place in the NL West. What can fans expect in the months to come?

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How Will Dodgers Handle Their Starting Rotation Issues?

Things are looking dire in the city of Los Angeles at the moment, at least if you’re a fan of the Dodgers.

It may seem silly to say things are dire when the team is in possession of the second most wins in the MLB, just a game and a half out of first. They still have many of their 2020 World Series championship team on the squad. But things are not looking good at all for the Boys in Blue, especially in the starting pitching department.

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Dodgers Off Day News and Notes: Cleavinger, Santana, Ravelo, More

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After taking two of three from the Philadelphia Phillies, the Los Angeles Dodgers are enjoying an off day before they head out on an NL West road trip to Arizona and San Diego.

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Dodgers Announce Albert Pujols Signing, Yoshi Tsutsugo Activated

Monday saw a flurry of roster moves on the part of the Los Angeles Dodgers, most notably the arrival of Albert Pujols to the team.

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Dodgers Acquire Yoshitomo Tsutsugo from Tampa Bay Rays

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have been hit increasingly hard with injuries so far this season. After only a month and a half into the season, the Dodgers have 14 players who they thought would figure prominently in the season on the injured list.

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For the Dodgers, What a Difference a Year Makes

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.

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2020 Will Be a Year Dodger Fans Will Always Remember

Well that was quite the year, wasn’t it? One that Dodger fans and the world at large won’t forget for some time.

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Trades That Changed Dodgers History: December 21, 2018

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.

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Dodgers Trade for Corey Knebel, Tender Contracts to Many Others

The Dodgers have made their first moves of the offseason.

On Wednesday, the Dodgers and Scott Alexander agreed to a one year contract before the non-tender contract deadline to do so. Dennis covered Alexander and his career yesterday.

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Monday Musings: Moving On From A Player Is Never Easy

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Yesterday, I was scrolling through Twitter and noticed something about Justin Turner’s account—his profile picture was of him and his wife, and his headline pic was of them and their foundation. In his bio part, it just says @court_with_a_k and a bride emoji. Nothing about the Dodgers. Nothing about being a World Champion, or even a baseball player. Just links to his wife and his foundation.

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