We’re getting into crunch time for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the 2021 regular season. And if Thursday’s NL West games were indicative of the next nine games, a certain writer may not make it to the postseason.Continue reading “Dodgers Somehow Remain One Game Out of NL West”
The Los Angeles Dodgers ended the weekend where they started it, still just one game out of first place.Continue reading “Dodgers News and Notes – NL West, Kershaw’s Slider, and More”
So you’re saying there’s a chance.
On Wednesday, a crazy thing happened. The Los Angeles Dodgers won, and the San Francisco Giants lost. And then on Thursday, the Giants lost again, to the San Diego Padres. The Dodgers have gained a game on the Giants in the NL West, and are now one game back, with 15 games to play.Continue reading “Dodgers Back Within One Game in NL West”
After two months of being sidelined by an issue with his forearm, Clayton Kershaw is finally returning to the Los Angeles Dodgers starting rotation.Continue reading “Clayton Kershaw Finally Returns to Dodgers Starting Rotation”
Happy Monday and Happy Labor Day to all you Los Angeles Dodgers fans out there. We find ourselves one game out of first in the NL West, after yet another frustrating series against the San Francisco Giants.Continue reading “Dodgers Need Offense to Step Up Down Final Stretch”
Well, well , well. Perhaps the Los Angeles Dodgers have been reading my blog, took to heart that they are frustrating, and decided to take it out on the Atlanta Braves.Continue reading “Dodgers-Giants News and Notes Ahead of Crucial Series”
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.Continue reading “2021 Dodgers – Worst Best Team Ever?”
The Los Angeles Dodgers have seemingly shifted into the next gear in the month of August, and at the right time to do so. So far they are 12-3 this month, and have gained two games on the first place San Francisco Giants in the NL West.Continue reading “Max Muncy, Walker Buehler Standing Out as NL Awards Favorites”