As fans of the Dodgers, we’re often spoiled as far as perennial playoff appearances go. Los Angeles has made the postseason for eight years straight. 2021 will be no different, although we’re still not sure whether the team will need to advance past a one-game Wild Card.
In yet another marathon extra-inning extravaganza on Friday, the Dodgers used a whopping 11 pitchers in a heartbreaking 3-2 loss to the Giants, dropping them a full game back with 27 games remaining on the regular season schedule.
On the first day of league-wide roster expansion, the Los Angeles Dodgers added both righty pitcher Ryan Meisinger and utilityman Zach McKinstry to the team’s active roster, bringing the current count to the full 28 players.Continue reading “Dodgers Add Ryan Meisinger, Zach McKinstry as Active Rosters Expand”
Despite the lingering uncertainty in their starting rotation, the Dodgers continue to perform well in the pitching department, even on the days the staff is relegated to bullpen games.
For the first time in a while, the Los Angeles Dodgers are firing on all cylinders.
It’s not like they’ve played really bad baseball at any point this season, but there has always been one aspect of their game that has kept them from making a significant jump in the NL West standings.
For those who weren’t following Triple-A Oklahoma City’s dramatic 11-10 win against Albuquerque on Tuesday night, you missed Gavin Lux’s professional debut at third base.
Although the Dodgers continue to hang right beside the Giants in a tightly contested NL West race, things are once again worsening for Los Angeles on the injury front.
Just when you think the Los Angeles Dodgers are putting things together offensively, they’ll go on a streak when they’re barely able to plate any runners. Yet, right when it seems like they’re one of the worst offensive clubs in the league, they’ll roll out double-digit offensive bursts that suggest their immense might with the lumber.