Offseason Question: Will Dodgers Bring Back Clayton Kershaw , Max Scherzer or Both ?

The Dodgers won their latest game Tuesday against the Padres by a score of 2-1, keeping pace two games behind the San Francisco Giants. Currently, Los Angeles is still etched into that Wild Card against the Cardinals, who have won 17 straight games.

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Three Dodgers That Need to Step Up During the Playoffs

We have come to the final home stand, and last six games of the Los Angeles Dodgers 2021 regular season. And while not impossible to overtake the division lead, it seems as though the Dodgers will head into the playoffs as the first NL Wild Card seed.

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Dodgers News and Notes – NL West, Kershaw’s Slider, and More

The Los Angeles Dodgers ended the weekend where they started it, still just one game out of first place.

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Clayton Kershaw Finally Returns to Dodgers Starting Rotation

After two months of being sidelined by an issue with his forearm, Clayton Kershaw is finally returning to the Los Angeles Dodgers starting rotation.

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How Much Will Clayton Kershaw Contribute During Stretch Run of 2021?

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Besides the Dodgers cruising past the Cardinals in the second game of a four-game set on Tuesday evening, the next biggest story was the rehab start for Clayton Kershaw with the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers.

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Dodgers Need Offense to Step Up Down Final Stretch

Happy Monday and Happy Labor Day to all you Los Angeles Dodgers fans out there. We find ourselves one game out of first in the NL West, after yet another frustrating series against the San Francisco Giants.

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Dodgers Roster: Updates on Clayton Kershaw, Danny Duffy

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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.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Mookie Betts, Clayton Kershaw, Jimmy Nelson, More

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As the troubles of the 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers continue in extra-inning contests, so do their woes in the injury department.

By now, you would have thought fans might have learned their lessons, but there still seems to linger a ray of hope of how the team might perform when fully healthy. However, as we inch closer to the stretch run of the regular season, the idea that the club might never reach peak health is quickly becoming a reality.

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4 Reasons Why Dodgers Might ‘Stay Put’ at 2021 MLB Trade Deadline

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After Saturday night’s 1-0 victory over the Rockies, the Dodgers find themselves maintaining a stronghold on the second-place spot in the National League West with a tidy 60-40 record. Heading into Sunday’s games, Los Angeles trails the struggling first-place Giants by two games. The Dodgers have 62 contests remaining on their regular season schedule.

The 2021 MLB Trade Deadline is less than a week away.

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Dodgers Starting Rotation: 4 Possible Solutions for Second Half of 2021 Season

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On Saturday night, fans, coaches, managers, and players of the Los Angeles Dodgers reveled in a 22-run outburst against the lowly Diamondbacks, once again showing how schizophrenic the offense can be from one night to the next. On the pitching front, not only was Walker Buehler effective, but he also gave his bullpen somewhat of a rest by going six full innings. However, despite productive games like these, it still doesn’t solve the club’s current starting pitching dilemma.

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