As of Tuesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres are tied for first place in the National League West. The San Francisco Giants are not behind, only three games out.Continue reading “More Thoughts About the Dodgers Offense”
Friday night will be the beginning of the Freeway Series when the Dodgers host the crosstown rival Angels at Dodger Stadium.Continue reading “Freeway Series Preview; Dodgers Sign Veteran Nick Tropeano”
The Freeway Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Anaheim Angels is always one of the more anticipated series of the year, with both teams being so close in proximity and calling Southern California home.Continue reading “Dodgers and Angels Set for Weekend Freeway Series”
Following Thursday night’s game, the Los Angeles Dodgers will have finished one-third of this shortened season with at least 12 wins and a percentage point tie for the lead if not an all out lead.
After an interesting weekend in San Francisco, the Dodgers now head back to Southern California, albeit not to their home stadium quite yet.