During this 2021 season, it has been quite the roller coaster for the Dodgers, and yet we are only still in the month of May. A fast start followed by a domino effect of injuries and a rough losing stretch in which the Dodgers lost 15 out of 20 games has been the storyline so far.Continue reading “Has Kenley Jansen Been the Best Dodger Reliever in 2021?”
After the first 10 games of the 2021 season, the Los Angeles Dodgers are sitting pretty at 8-2, the best record in all of Major League Baseball.Continue reading “Dodgers to Watch – Kenley Jansen and Zach McKinstry”
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.
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.Continue reading “Dodgers News and Notes: Bullpen Woes, Cody Bellinger’s Injury, Home Opener and More”
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.
T-minus two weeks now until the Los Angeles Dodgers open their 2021 season against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field.Continue reading “Three Dodgers with Something to Prove in 2021”
While there was an overwhelming amount of emphasis put on the bullpen of the Los Angeles Dodgers for much of the winter, there has not been much chatter about the relief crew so far during 2021 Cactus League play.
Although an entire year has passed, there’s no more certainty as to what may happen during the 2021 season compared to last year, especially as far as the Los Angeles Dodgers are concerned.
On Tuesday, the American Lung Association will begin its promotion of a huge March charity event, Champions Unite, which is a live broadcast featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes appearances by Hollywood celebrities and MLB players.