Dodgers Season Depends on Offense Showing Up in Game 5 of the NLDS

“We do our best with our backs up against the wall”.

Chris Taylor said this after the Game 3 loss, and the Los Angeles Dodgers showed up in Game 4, beating the San Francisco Giants 7-2 to force a Game 5. Can that same team show up in San Francisco, or will the offense not show up at all like it didn’t in Games 1 & 3, where the Dodgers were blanked both games?

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Dodgers Walk-Off Wild Card Win Sets Up NLDS Showdown with San Francisco Giants

With one swing of Chris Taylor’s bat, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 106 win season was saved.

In a stressful game that took all nine innings to determine the winner, in a glorious walk-off fashion, the Dodgers advanced to the NLDS to face their division rival San Francisco Giants.

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A Closer Look at Andrew Vasquez

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In yet another marathon extra-inning extravaganza on Friday, the Dodgers used a whopping 11 pitchers in a heartbreaking 3-2 loss to the Giants, dropping them a full game back with 27 games remaining on the regular season schedule.

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2021 Dodgers – Worst Best Team Ever?

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The 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers are a fun little enigma to figure out.

It is my birthday today, so I hope you’ll allow me to wax on about just what is, or isn’t, going on with this team this season.

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Dodgers Bullpen: How Effective Can Shane Greene Be During Stretch Run of Season?

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For the first time in a while, the Los Angeles Dodgers are firing on all cylinders.

It’s not like they’ve played really bad baseball at any point this season, but there has always been one aspect of their game that has kept them from making a significant jump in the NL West standings.

Until now.

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Dodgers News and Notes – Defensive Woes, NL West Race, Bauer’s Court Hearing Begins, and More

The Los Angeles Dodgers maybe, finally, are starting to hit their stride. On their east coast road trip, they won five of six, including a weekend sweep of the New York Mets.

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Dodgers Continue Two Steps Forward, One Step Back Strategy

The Los Angeles Dodgers are currently halfway through a six game, East Coast road trip. After winning two of three in Philadelphia, the Dodgers now head up I-95 to New York to take on the Mets.

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Who Will Have Bigger Impact on Dodgers: Trea Turner or Max Scherzer?

Two weeks ago, the Los Angeles Dodgers pulled off a huge trade, sending their top two prospects in Keibert Ruiz and Josiah Gray to the Washington Nationals in exchange for starter Max Scherzer and infielder Trea Turner.

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When Will the Dodgers Find Consistency and Will It Be Too Late?

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Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers are finding things very frustrating at the moment. Sure, the team has the second-best record in the majors and are just coming off of a World Championship. But they could and should be doing so much better.

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A Look at the Los Angeles Dodgers ‘Adequate’ First Half

Before the 2021 MLB trade deadline is upon us, before the issues with the starting rotation sort themselves out, let’s take a look back at what was the first half of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ season.

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