Dodgers Injury Notes: Brusdar Graterol, Tony Gonsolin, Cody Bellinger, More

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Heading into Sunday’s series finale against the Nationals, the injury bug has bitten the Dodgers quite harshly. Entering Opening Day, the squad was relatively healthy, but as the second full week of the regular season approaches, several key players continue to remain absent from play.

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The Obligatory Corey Knebel Post

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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.

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Dodgers Raise Championship Banner in Home-Opening Victory

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The long-awaited return of fans finally happened on Friday at Dodger Stadium, as spectators were in the building to see the Dodgers unveil their World Series Championship banner.

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Dodgers News and Notes: Bullpen Woes, Cody Bellinger’s Injury, Home Opener and More

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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.

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Is There Even a Chance Dodgers Re-Sign Kenley Jansen?

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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.

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Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers Seek Fifth-Straight Victory

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After comfortably defeating the Oakland Athletics by a score of 10-3 Monday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers have now won four straight since losing on Opening Day.

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Dodgers Head to Oakland for Three-Game Series, Other News and Notes

Well, that was a strange series, wasn’t it? Coors is always an adventure, and mostly you just hope to survive it without any disasters or injuries.

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4 Things We Learned from Dodgers’ Opening Series Against Rockies

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No doubt, Colorado must be one of the most unideal venues to open a season for a visiting club, particularly from the sense that anything possible can happen at any given point in time, often being reflected in a game’s outcome.

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Let’s Talk More About Corey Seager

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In addition to the excitement surrounding the signing of Trevor Bauer and Justin Turner over the winter, another popular story around the Dodgers’ camp was the prospective re-signing of Corey Seager.

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Dodger Stadium Tickets Go on Sale, Game 2 Preview at Colorado

After dropping a bizarre game on Opening Day to the Colorado Rockies, the Dodgers are still looking to grab their first win of the season heading into the weekend. One of the best things about baseball is that right after a loss, a team gets to go back out there the next day with a fresh start, especially this early in the season.

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