So far this season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have used superior pitching, decent offense and sound defense to produce one of the best records in baseball. Despite their success, there have been some areas of concern for fans, primarily when it comes to offensive consistency.
After sweeping a two-game series against the San Francisco Giants and an off day on Thursday, the Los Angeles Dodgers were supposed to start a three game series in Chicago Friday against the Cubs. That series will now start now Saturday, after Friday’s game was postponed due to inclement weather.Continue reading “Doubleheader Against Cubs Scheduled for Saturday, More Team Notes”
This week, the Los Angeles Dodgers have two off days, Monday and Thursday. They will end their small five-game homestand with a two-game set against the San Francisco Giants and then hit the road for six games beginning with a series against the Chicago Cubs.Continue reading “Dodgers, Giants Meet for First Time Since 2021 NLDS”
After surprisingly dropping two out of three games to the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Los Angeles Dodgers return home after a 3-3 road trip.
The Dodgers will play five games at home, including a three-game interleague series with the Detroit Tigers and a two-game series against the San Francisco Giants — the first time the teams will meet this season.Continue reading “Dodgers Host Detroit Tigers in Interleague Play”
The Los Angeles Dodgers have just finished their first home stand of the season, going 7-1 combined against the Cincinnati Reds and the Atlanta Braves. After a day off on Thursday, they will be heading down the California coast to face division rivals San Diego Padres for a three games set ay PetCo Park.Continue reading “Dodgers News and Notes- Update on Heaney’s Shoulder, Bauer’s Leave Extended, and More”
After starting the season at 1-2, the Los Angeles Dodgers are now hitting their stride. They are 7-2, riding a six game winning streak and tied for first in the National League West.
As part of that winning streak, the Dodgers swept the Cincinnati Reds in a four game series for the first time since 1975.Continue reading “Dodgers and Braves Begin Emotional and Storyline Packed Series”
After dropping two out of three games to the Rockies in Denver, the Dodgers will now take part in some early interleague play in Minnesota. The series in Colorado wasn’t pretty in the least, but is still very early in the season.Continue reading “Dodgers Set to Face Minnesota Twins in Interleague Play”
The Los Angeles Dodgers have not started their 2022 campaign in any way that they had wanted. After winning on Opening Day, they dropped their next two game to the Colorado Rockies. Both the pitching and offense left much to be desired.Continue reading “Thoughts on Dodgers’ First Road Trip of the Season”
Righty pitcher Tony Gonsolin has always embraced each role the Dodgers put him in over the last three years; but for the first time in his career, he’s opening the season in the big-league starting rotation — the role in which he’s most comfortable.
It is finally here — Opening Day for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2022. There were many questions surrounding whether we’d even get to this point just a couple of months ago.Continue reading “Dodgers Open Season Against Rockies for Second Straight Year”