Dodgers Take Two Games in Weekend Series with Diamondbacks

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Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger each homered in the first inning of Sunday’s series finale against Arizona, propelling the Dodgers to an eventual 9-3 victory over their division rival and stretching their NL West lead to a whopping 19 games.

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Dodgers Have 4 All-Stars, Head into Last Homestand

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The Dodgers escaped another crazy series at Coors Field with a split series, and no injuries. While some ERAs got needlessly inflated, and some players played at some questionable defense, it was par for the course at that crazy stadium that they have in Denver.

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Dodgers Fall to Diamondbacks in Rubber Match, Get Set to Take on Rockies in Colorado

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Tony Gonsolin‘s major league debut for the LosĀ Angeles Dodgers maybe is one he’d like to forget, and the game as a whole was one the team should soon forget, as the Dodgers lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-2 while only getting one win in the three game series.

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Rookies Leading Dodgers in Continuing NL West Prowess

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The Dodgers had a truly historic weekend series against the Colorado Rockies. Not only did they have three walk-off wins in a row, they were all off of the home run, and they were all hit by a different rookie.

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Red-Hot Dodgers Head into Arizona for Divisional Matchup

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Another series, another Dodgers sweep. That’s a total of seven series sweeps so far, six of three games or more, for those of you keeping track at home. That number is best in the majors. And it’s now just the beginning of June.

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Dodgers Use 8th-Inning Rally to Defeat Diamondbacks, Capture Opening Series

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Capitalizing upon the poor pitching of starter Walker Buehler and reliever Pedro Baez, the Diamondbacks used a seven-run fourth inning to take control of the series’ final game on Sunday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough to prevent a potent Dodgers offense at the end of the game from claiming another victory.

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Dodgers Rebound Against Diamondbacks in Lopsided 18-5 Victory

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One evening after squandering countless scoring opportunities in a six-hour, 13-inning marathon, the offense of the Dodgers was firing on all cylinders, this time registering an 18-5 victory over the Diamondbacks in the team’s third game of the year.

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How the Paul Goldschmidt Trade Affects the Dodgers & the Rest of the NL West

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Paul Goldschmidt has arguably been the best player in the NL for the last six seasons, and the Los Angeles Dodgers have had to contend with him being in their division that entire time.

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Dodgers Set to Battle Revenge-Seeking Diamondbacks

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And so the final week of the 2018 season is upon us, with the Dodgers holding a slim 1.5 lead over the Colorado Rockies. There are no more games at home, just three on the road again Arizona and three against San Francisco.

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A Tight Pennant Race May Be Just What the Dodgers Need

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Nothing has come easy for the Dodgers this season. Staying true to form, the latest series with the Arizona Diamondbacks was no exception.

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