Dodgers Hope to Bring Winning Ways Home Against First-Place Rockies

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Even if it isn’t the turnaround we’ve all been hoping for, even if it’s just a blip, an anomaly, the Dodgers sure gave us one heck of a fun weekend.

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Dodgers vs. Nationals: A Few More Relevant Series Notes

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In case you haven’t been following the series closely—for whatever reason—a doubleheader is on the docket for Saturday, as the first game is scheduled for a 11:05 a.m. Los Angeles time first pitch while the second game is slated for a 5.05 p.m. start.

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A Quick Glance at the Upcoming 11-Game Road Trip

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Last weekend was fun for the Dodgers. They faced a yearly competitor in the Washington Nationals and won two out of three games. Now, they’re finishing up a series against the Miami Marlins, another NL East club that’s on a very different path.

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Are the Dodgers Finally Starting to Turn a Corner?

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It may not have necessarily been pretty, but the Dodgers took two of three from the Washington Nationals over the weekend. Los Angeles has now won six of their last seven games, and have achieved a .500 record for the first time this season.

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Nationals vs. Dodgers Series Preview, Plus Other News and Notes

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The Dodgers are looking good, finally. They scored 37 runs in their four-game winning streak, sweeping the San Diego Padres in the process. They are now 8-9 on the season, matching their record at this point last season.

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Dodgers vs. Padres Preview: Will the Los Angeles Starting Rotation Find Success?

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While the offense of the Dodgers continues to be highly scrutinized in the early portion of the year, it could be up to the club’s starting rotation to keep the team on the winning track when travelling to San Diego for a three-game set during the early part of the week.

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San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers: A 2018 Opening Day Preview

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While some fans of the Dodgers are viewing the 2018 campaign as a season of redemption, many others anticipate the year to be a continuation of success. It’s hard to believe, but Los Angeles is now in pursuit of its sixth consecutive NL West division crown, and with each passing season, the club inches ever so closer to a World Championship.

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Dodgers Turn to Darvish in World Series Game 3 at Houston

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After an epic Game 2 extra-innings showdown, which the Dodgers unfortunately found themselves on the wrong side of, the World Series now shifts to Houston for three games with the series tied 1-1.

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Dodgers Summon a Few Lefty Bats to Face Verlander in World Series Game 2

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One day after rolling out a predominantly right-handed hitting lineup against Dallas Keuchel and the Astros in the 2017 World Series opener, skipper Dave Roberts and the management crew of the Dodgers have elected to mix in a few lefty bats to face veteran righty Justin Verlander in Game 2.

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Dodgers Bring Back Righty Bats Behind Kershaw in NLCS Game 5

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Just one day after the Dodgers failed to clinch a World Series berth by sweeping the Cubs in the 2017 NLCS, skipper Dave Roberts and his coaching crew have decided to revert to a similar right-handed based lineup which secured victories in the first two games of the series.

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