Dodgers, Astros Finally Meet with a Capacity Crowd

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Anytime the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros get together, one can’t help but think about the 2017 World Series and the Astros’ involvement in the infamous sign-stealing scandal.

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A Few Preliminary Thoughts About the 2021 Bullpen


While the Dodgers have made it no secret that the bullpen is an area they’d like to address this winter, they still haven’t made any significant upgrades in terms of a true difference maker.

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Note to Dodgers Fans: Don’t Give Up on Joe Kelly Just Yet


Joe Kelly was lights out in the playoffs in 2018. The hard-throwing righty went 11 innings, striking out 13 and not issuing a single walk. He allowed just one earned run, posting a 0.79 ERA in the process. However, Kelly hasn’t been quite effective this year for the Dodgers, surrendering four home runs, striking out 20 and walking eight. He has allowed 17 earned runs in 19.1 innings pitched, equating to an ERA of 7.91.

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It’s Not Getting Any Better for Joe Kelly


Fans of the Dodgers who thought Joe Kelly would work his way out of his early-season funk continue to wait.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Joe Kelly Joins List of Minor Casualties


The injury list of the Dodgers continues to grow longer.

Although not overly serious, reliever Joe Kelly is among the recent injury casualties. J.P. Hoornstra of the OC Register reported on Friday evening that the righty is experiencing back stiffness after standing too long during a cookout that he hosted for his teammates at his Scottsdale home earlier in the week.

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Dodgers Finally Make Joe Kelly Signing Official


The move was initially announced last week, but today the Los Angeles Dodgers finally made it official, announcing the signing of relief pitcher Joe Kelly to a three-year contract. However, the team still has yet to announce a corresponding move to create a roster spot. Dennis covered what moves might be made to add Kelly to the 40-man on Tuesday. Fans are hoping that the front office is still working to make trades to make space and bring a catcher or another pitcher to the team, and that is the delay for the announcement of the corresponding move.

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How Will Dodgers Create Roster Space for Joe Kelly?

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While it’s been almost a week since the news broke of the Dodgers signing righty reliever Joe Kelly, there still hasn’t been an formal announcement from the team, which indicates there is some kind of holdup making the contract official.

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Dodgers Bullpen: Joe Kelly Reportedly Signs Multi-Year Deal

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Old foes can become friends, and that is what seems to be happening between the Dodgers and Joe Kelly. The 30-year-old righty reliever is reportedly in agreement to sign with Los Angeles, pending a physical.

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