2018 NLDS Preview: Dodgers Look to Maintain Momentum Against Braves

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It was a stressful end to the regular season for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but they earned the opportunity to advance to the NLDS without having to endure the dreaded wildcard game.

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Dodgers 2018 Playoff Roster Projections: First Edition

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During their quest for their sixth consecutive National League West crown, the Dodgers certainly made good use of the expanded roster, as plenty of players were given numerous opportunities to prove their respective values down the stretch run of the regular season. At first glance, many fans thought the process of determining the team’s 25-man playoff roster would be a difficult one; however, aside from a few bubble players, most of the decisions should be relatively easy.

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Dodgers Defeat Rockies, Secure Sixth Consecutive NL West Division Title

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It took every single bit of the season, having to go to a game 163, but the Dodgers have now won their sixth straight NL West Division title.

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Buehler, Dodgers Set Sights on Rockies & Division Crown in Game 163

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Spinal Tap’s volume goes to 11. The Dodgers are setting out to take theirs to 12, games that is, to win the World Series. To get to those 11 games, they have to face the Colorado Rockies at home in Game 163 on Monday for the right to win the NL West.

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Dodgers Handle Giants, Force Divisional Playoff with Rockies

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A sixth consecutive division title is still indeed within the grasp of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Dodgers Clinch Playoff Berth as Offense Surges Past Giants

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With just a single game remaining on their regular season schedule, there are still a number of different scenarios which can affect the Dodgers‘ postseason destiny. But with their 10-6 win on Saturday afternoon against the Giants, Los Angeles is guaranteed at least one game in the month of October.

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Series Preview: Dodgers’ Playoff Hopes Ride on Final 3 Games in San Francisco

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The final series of the 2018 regular season is upon us, and the Dodgers find themselves looking up at the Colorado Rockies, one game out of the lead for the West division.

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Dodgers’ Postseason Destiny Still Completely Undecided

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The good news is that the Dodgers still control their postseason destiny, at least in terms of a Wild Card appearance. And the other-semi-good news is that the Rockies are hosting a Nationals club this weekend who have won three straight games, unlike another NL East club who laid down for four straight this week in Denver. But the bad news is the Dodgers could find themselves in a one-game playoff at the beginning of next week or even staying home altogether should they not take care of business this weekend in San Francisco.

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Contemplating the Final 5 Days of the Regular Season

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It’s a testament to how compelling this NL playoff chase has been that there are five days remaining in the regular season and only one team has guaranteed themselves a playoff berth.

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Dodgers Bullpen: Narrowing the Squad Down to the 8 Best Relievers

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As there’s still a ton of work to be done before a playoff spot is secure, the Dodgers can at least take solace in the fact that they control their own destiny, while not needing to depend on anyone else for help during the final few regular season games. That being said, the magic number is five with five games remaining on the schedule—two more against the Diamondbacks and three against the Giants in San Francisco. They won’t be easy contests by any means, but at the same time, Los Angeles certainly has the talent to win all five if they need to.

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