Scherzer, Dodgers Blank Padres to Complete Weekend Sweep

Max Scherzer took a perfect game into the eighth inning on Sunday as the Los Angeles Dodgers blanked the San Diego Padres 8-0, completing a weekend series sweep. Before being pulled from the game, Scherzer threw eight full scoreless innings allowing just the one hit while striking out nine batters.

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Dodgers News and Notes: Kershaw’s Dominant Outing, ‘Joseph’ Kelly, Seager’s Timetable, More

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The Los Angeles Dodgers did something Sunday night on national television rarely seen—they absolutely dominated their competition.

Of course I mean that mostly tongue in cheek, but it does seem that the Dodgers rarely do well on the national stage. But over the weekend, they won both nationally televised games. Saturday they beat the Chicago Cubs 3-2, but on Sunday it was all Dodgers, led by a magnificent performance by Clayton Kershaw.

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Dodgers Announce World Series Roster

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The Dodgers on Tuesday morning announced their 28-man roster ahead of the 2020 World Series against the Rays, which begins on Tuesday evening at Globe Life Field in Arlington.

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Dodgers Announce NLDS Roster, Game One Preview

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Tuesday night will mark the beginning of the National League Division Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres. This series will mark the first time the two National League West teams have met each other in the playoffs. They could possibly play five straight days if the series goes the full distance. If that occurred, they would play every day from Tuesday until Saturday.

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Dodgers Head to Anaheim Hoping Offensive Momentum Continues

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Throughout the season, Los Angeles Dodgers offense has been raising concerns about extended slumps during this shortened season. On Thursday night, though, the bats exploded for 11 runs to remain undefeated in series play this year and split a four-game set with the Padres.

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Dodgers Head to Anaheim Hoping Offensive Momentum Continues

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(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Throughout the season, Los Angeles Dodgers offense has been raising concerns about extended slumps during this shortened season. On Thursday night, though, the bats exploded for 11 runs to remain undefeated in series play this year and split a four-game set with the Padres.

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3 Players Dodgers Could Target at 2020 Trade Deadline

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While the young 2020 season still feels that it just got underway almost yesterday, something to consider soon is the fact that the August 31 trade deadline is quickly approaching.

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Dodgers Prospects Setting Up Team for Long-Term Success

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A lot has been written about the lack of moves the Dodgers’ front office has made so far this offseason. In a recent article in the LA Times, part-owner and team president Stan Kasten took on the accusation that the team, up until now, has been “cheap.”

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Dodgers Supposedly More ‘In’ on Mookie Betts than Francisco Lindor

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It’s a brand new year and a brand new decade, but the same old rumors keep swirling around the Dodgers. Water, wet. Sky, blue. Grass, green. Dodgers rumored to be in on big names.

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Dodgers Reportedly Pursuing Trade for Francisco Lindor

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As he continues his dominance in the 2019 postseason, Geritt Cole has fans everywhere wondering if the Dodgers front office might consider going against their set-imposed rule of not giving out a long term, high-priced salary.

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