Dodgers and Spin Rate, Part Two: Things to Watch with Trevor Bauer

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Heading into Monday’s game, the Los Angeles Dodgers are only one game out of first place in the National League West behind the San Francisco Giants, and two games ahead of the San Diego Padres who are in third place.

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Dodgers and Spin Rate: How Will MLB’s Crackdown Affect Los Angeles Pitching Staff?

The Los Angeles Dodgers have an off day on Monday before they begin a three-game set with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Coming off of two losses against the Atlanta Braves, they could use a little time to regroup.

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10 Fun Facts About the Dodgers to Accompany Their First 10 Wins

The Los Angeles Dodgers have started the season strong, being the first team in baseball to tally 10 wins on the season. They sit at 10-2 atop the NL West with the best record in baseball.

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Dodgers News and Notes Before Start of Regular Season

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Some things are finally beginning to become more clear as the Dodgers get set to play their last two Spring Training game at Dodger Stadium against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

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Dodgers News and Notes: Walker Buehler Avoids Arbitration, Clayton Kershaw Talks Retirement and More

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It is now official that the Los Angeles Dodgers will open their 2021 Spring Training on February 18th, with pitchers and catchers reporting. Of course, with this still being Pandemic Times, everything is always subject to change.

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Dodgers News and Notes: Updates on DH, Justin Turner and Nelson Cruz

Welcome to February, Los Angeles Dodgers fans. Baseball returns this month! We think.

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No DH in National League, Justin Turner Update, Start of Season, and More

Another week closer to spring training, and we might finally start to have some news about what the season will look like, as far as the National League is concerned.

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Thoughts on Trevor Bauer, Waiting for National League’s DH Decision

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It is Thursday, January 21, and the Los Angeles Dodgers still have not signed their right-handed power bat.

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Latest Dodgers Rumors: David Price, Marcell Ozuna and More

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The Hot Stove is not hot, but the rumor mill is at least lukewarm, and the Los Angeles Dodgers are, as always, in the middle of it.

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What Does Francisco Lindor Trade to Mets Mean for Dodgers?

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The Hot Stove got very hot on Thursday, when a big trade went down between two MLB interleague clubs. Although it did not involve the Los Angeles Dodgers, it could have ramifications for them down the line.

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