10 Fun Facts About the Dodgers to Accompany Their First 10 Wins

The Los Angeles Dodgers have started the season strong, being the first team in baseball to tally 10 wins on the season. They sit at 10-2 atop the NL West with the best record in baseball.

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The Obligatory Corey Knebel Post

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When manager Dave Roberts sent righty reliever Corey Knebel out to save Friday’s home opener against the Nationals, it seemed like there was a huge sense of relief among fans of the Dodgers everywhere.

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Dodgers News and Notes: Bullpen Woes, Cody Bellinger’s Injury, Home Opener and More

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have finished their first road trip of the season, amassing a respectable 6-2 record. It easily could’ve been 8-0, but there will be some losses, as we all understand. They are on pace to win 115 games over the course of the season.

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Is There Even a Chance Dodgers Re-Sign Kenley Jansen?

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If there’s one conversation topic among fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers that’s constant, it might be the idea of how the team can improve its bullpen. Every year, regardless of which new arms the organization adds to the relief corps, there seems to be plenty of criticism.

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More Updates on Prospective Opening Day Roster

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With less than a full week before the beginning of the 2021 season, more hints are being revealed regarding the makeup of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Opening Day roster, including the pitching rotation order that will throw against the Rockies.

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Unknowns for Dodgers Heading into 2021 Not as Many as Previous Seasons

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We have entered the last full week of Spring Training in Arizona for the Los Angeles Dodgers. After Monday evening’s contest, there will be just three more Cactus League games before the Dodgers head back to California to take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for three games before the season starts in earnest.

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Three Dodgers with Something to Prove in 2021

T-minus two weeks now until the Los Angeles Dodgers open their 2021 season against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field.

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Dodgers Facing Several Tough Roster Decisions Ahead of 2021 Opening Day

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As the days continue to dwindle before the 2021 season opener, the Dodgers will face a few difficult roster decisions regarding which players will suit up against the Rockies in Denver on April 1.

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More Thoughts on Dodgers Pitching

The Los Angeles Dodgers are about one-third of the way through their Spring Training schedule, and those starting pitchers who were good to go from the beginning of camp are about to begin their third cycle of ramping up for the regular season.

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Dodger Pitching Updates on David Price, Julio Urías, Joe Kelly, and More

The Los Angeles Dodgers are continuing to travel down their Spring Training road, as they enter the third week of games preparing them for the 2021 season.

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