After comfortably defeating the Oakland Athletics by a score of 10-3 Monday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers have now won four straight since losing on Opening Day.Continue reading “Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers Seek Fifth-Straight Victory”
Games at Coors Field never fail to disappoint in providing some sort of weirdness or treachery, and the first game of the season certainly didn’t let fans down in that department.Continue reading “Dodgers Lose Season Opener in Wild and Crazy Game at Coors Field”
It’s here, it’s finally here! The beginning of the 2021 Major League Baseball season is beginning today, April 1st, and that’s no joke. (But that was a bad one).Continue reading “Thoughts and Musings from Dodger Fans as 2021 Season Begins”
We are now only 13 days from Opening Day as the Dodgers continue to prepare for their season opener against the Colorado Rockies on the road. There are still some tough battles happening for positions on the team’s prospective 26-man roster. The competition for the final few spots will no question increase over the upcoming days.Continue reading “Dodgers Handle Rangers in Cactus League Showdown”
In another game of Cactus League play, the Dodgers fell to the Brewers by a score of 7-2, as Clayton Kershaw made his third start of the spring. The Los Angeles ace was roughed up a bit, throwing four innings and allowing five runs on eight hits and a walk while striking out three.Continue reading “Clayton Kershaw Makes Third Spring Start Against Brewers, Cody Bellinger Debuts”
In his 2021 Cactus League debut, Clayton Kershaw made his first start since the 2020 World Series, as the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Kansas City Royals by a score of 7-5 on Friday afternoon in Surprsie, AZ. No. 22 pitched two innings, allowing two hits and striking out two batters on 22 pitches—seemingly, the true definition of “deuces wild.”Continue reading “Kershaw Makes First Spring Start, Fans Allowed at Dodger Stadium for Regular Season”
It is now official that the Los Angeles Dodgers will open their 2021 Spring Training on February 18th, with pitchers and catchers reporting. Of course, with this still being Pandemic Times, everything is always subject to change.Continue reading “Dodgers News and Notes: Walker Buehler Avoids Arbitration, Clayton Kershaw Talks Retirement and More”
The Los Angeles Dodgers are the 2020 World Series champions. I will never get tired of saying, reading, or writing that phrase.
Tuesday night showed why Clayton Kershaw is a first-ballot Hall of Famer and why he will have a plaque in Cooperstown one day. It also showed every bit of reason why the Dodgers signed Mookie Betts to a 12-year, $365 million contract extension. In an almost-perfect evening, the Los Angeles Dodgers cruised to an 8-3 win over the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 1 of the World Series.
Game 4 started off much differently than Game 3, in more than one way. Game time temperature was about 30 degrees less, with wind gusts up to 22 MPH blowing in from centerfield. The Dodgers also failed to score in their first two innings, and couldn’t muster more than two runs.