While Sunday’s regular-season finale in San Francisco certainly doesn’t have any bearing on what happens in the upcoming NLDS, a victory could cement the 2019 Dodgers in the franchise history books as the squad with the most regular-season wins ever.
For those of you fortunate enough to catch the daily broadcasts of the Dodgers on your television, radio or computer these days, you’ve heard many times recently the comparisons of today’s club to the 1953 Brooklyn squad, mainly because the 2017 team has a shot at breaking the single-season win record that stood for 64 years.
“There goes my hero
Watch him as he goes
There goes my hero
As 2016 has passed us by at such a swift pace, all of us here at Think Blue Planning Committee would like to take a quick moment to wish our entire viewing audience the happiest of holiday seasons.
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With the 2016 non-waiver trade deadline buzz almost at its peak, many fans across Dodgertown can’t help but recollect some of the more disappointing trades in the history of the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise.
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Surprisingly, amidst the Dodgers’ rich pitching heritage that spans more than 130 years, very few left-handed starting pitchers have experienced any kind of dominating, consistent success. While we found it relatively effortless to list upwards of 40 right-handed elite starters, the undaunted task of naming ten premier southpaw starters was a bit difficult.