Dodgers Keeping Stride as Current Homestand Concludes

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been steamrolling everyone. Lately, they haven’t lost a game in over a week. The Blue Crew swept San Diego amid all the big names they traded for. The Dodgers have the best record in the majors at 75-33 and are 16 games up on the second-place Padres.

The team is hitting all cylinders with under two months left in the season. They’ve won eight games in a row and are 9-1 in their last ten games.

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Freeway Series Preview, Latest Dodger Notes

The final series of the first half is here, and wow, did it fly by quickly. The Dodgers and Angels will play a two-game Freeway series before the All-Star break, with a rare off-day on Sunday.

The Dodgers lead the season series two games to none, with Tyler Anderson pitching a no-hitter into the ninth in one of those games. If the Dodgers can sweep these next two games, they’ll finish with 60 wins in the first half, which is quite remarkable due to the team’s injuries.

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Dodgers Claim Righty Pitcher Ian Gibaut from Guardians

Nearly two weeks after dropping a series to the Cleveland Guardians, the Dodgers claimed one of their former relievers in righty Ian Gibaut.

Standing at 6-foot-3 and weighing 250 pounds, the 28-year-old Gibaut brings a sizable presence to the mound. The Houston native and former 11th round pick of the Rays in 2015 made his MLB debut with Tampa back in 2019.

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Freddie Freeman Returns to Atlanta as Dodgers Visit Braves

One of the biggest anticipated series of the season begins Friday. The Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Atlanta Braves in a rematch of the last two NLCS. But all eyes will be on Freddie Freeman, as the Dodger first baseman returns to Atlanta, where he spent 12 seasons.

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Dodgers Begin Nine-Game Road Trip in Cincinnati

It’s been a whirlwind for the Los Angeles Dodgers these past few days, as the team put Mookie Betts on the injured list with cracked ribs while losing two out of three to the Cleveland Guardians at home without their best player Jose Ramirez. In addition, Los Angeles acquired outfielder Trayce Thompson from the Detroit Tigers for his second stint with the team.

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Dodgers Conclude Homestand Against Guardians

Going into Friday, the Dodgers stand in second place in the National League West. The San Diego Padres are currently in first place by half a game. With the Dodgers having an off day yesterday, the Padres defeated the Cubs to take over the division lead.

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Dodgers Begin Six-Game Road Trip Against White Sox

After splitting a four-game series with the top-contending New York Mets at home, a road trip now awaits the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Dodgers begin a six-game road trip Tuesday night against the Chicago White Sox. After finishing a three-game series in Chicago, the Dodgers will head to San Francisco for the first time this season.

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Dodgers Hope to Rebound Against NL East-Leading Mets

After a disappointing start to the week, the Los Angeles Dodgers hope to get back on track against the New York Mets, who currently boast the National League’s best record while leading the East division by a whopping 10-1/2 games over the defending World Champion Braves.

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