Analyzing a Few of the Dodgers’ Strongest Lineups of the Season

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On Monday night, the Dodgers scored 10 runs, five days after being beaten by an offensively dominant Oakland team, 16-6. For the first 10-12 games of the season, many asked: “Where oh where is the Dodgers’ offense?”

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Dodgers Prospects: An Inside Look at the Triple-A Oklahoma City Batting Order

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For as much as the big league club has been struggling with its offense so far this season, the Oklahoma City Dodgers have been making up for it with their own bats. The Triple-A crew is off to fine 5-1 record as a team, as they’re hitting a combined .306/.377/.447 through the first six games of the young campaign. Although the 19-run output against Round Rock earlier this week represents a big chunk of their production, they still have put 40 runs on the board so far, which translates to 6.67 runs scored per game—a very impressive number any way you look at it.

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Dodgers Offense: Bats May Finally Be Headed in Right Direction

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While it was only four runs and against one of the not-so-stellar pitching staffs in baseball, the Dodgers‘ slumbering offense may finally be showing some signs of waking up.

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Dodgers Lineups: 3 Questions to Ponder After Opening Day Loss to Giants

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Dodgers Lineups: Looking at One Possible Batting Order at Triple-A Oklahoma City

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Cactus League play is is full session, and all the attention is on the performance of the big league Dodgers. But while there are indeed quite a bit of farmhands suiting up on the major league side of camp, the official reporting date for the minor league affiliates isn’t until March 7.

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Dodgers Lineups: Looking at a Few Possible Batting Orders for 2018

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While many of the media outlets covering the Dodgers were offering up their 2018 projected lineups not long after the conclusion of last year’s World Series, it’s been a while since we’ve jotted down any of our own ideas. Not much has altered as far as the position players go, but after letting our thoughts digest for most of the winter, some of our views have changed a bit since we’ve laid out any projections.

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Dodgers Stick with Familiar Lineup Against McCullers, Astros in Game 7

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For Game 7 of the 2017 World Series on Wednesday evening at Dodger Stadium, skipper Dave Roberts and the management crew of the Dodgers have decided to stick with a very familiar batting order which has consistently delivered success throughout the postseason.

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Dodgers Tweak Lineup for World Series Game 5 at Houston

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One day after managing to halt all of the momentum of the Astros, the Dodgers have decided to employ the exact same batting order which served them success in Game 4, but this time Los Angeles will lineup behind resident ace Clayton Kershaw.

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No Lineup Changes for Dodgers Ahead of World Series Game 4 in Houston

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As most of the momentum has now shifted to the Astros side heading into Game 4 in Houston, the Dodgers will now turn to Alex Wood in hopes of holding the Houston offense at bay, while the Los Angeles bats intend to finally break free and generate some much needed runs.

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Dodgers Load Up Righty Bats Against Keuchel, Astros in World Series Game 1

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Squaring off against left-hander Dallas Keuchel in the opening game of the World Series on Tuesday evening, skipper Dave Roberts and the management crew of the Dodgers have decided to employ a predominantly right-handed batting order.

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