Marlins Handle Dodgers in Season Series Finale


Thursday afternoon was a good example of what happens when the starting pitching and bullpen of the Dodgers don’t exactly fire on all cylinders.

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Series Preview: Dodgers Land in Miami to Face Marlins

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Next up on the Dodgers‘ schedule is a six-game road trip, consisting of three games with the Marlins starting on Tuesday evening, followed by a three-game set with the leaders of the NL East, the Braves, beginning on Friday.

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Dodgers Sweep Marlins on First Leg of Homestand

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Max Muncy, Joc Pederson and A.J. Pollock all homered on Sunday afternoon, powering the Dodgers to a 9-0 victory at home and securing the series sweep against the lowly Marlins.

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News and Notes Ahead Of Marlins Series


The Dodgers have returned from their eventful East Coast road trip. It featured rain delays, almost fighting with the Phillies closer, a lot of home runs, and a 4-3 record for the two series.

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Dodgers Trade Rumors: Is J.T. Realmuto Worth the Marlins’ Asking Price?


Even though the Hot Stove has yet to heat up, that does not mean that hot takes and rumors surrounding moves the Dodgers might make aren’t abound.

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Reinforcements Arrive, But Dodgers Are Still Stumbling


Allow me to start off by saying that Justin Turner has only been back for one game, and fans should be under no impression that the Dodgers will turn things around right away. However,  Turner’s first game back brought little to no hope to a team stuck in a losing streak.

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Are the Dodgers Finally Starting to Turn a Corner?


It may not have necessarily been pretty, but the Dodgers took two of three from the Washington Nationals over the weekend. Los Angeles has now won six of their last seven games, and have achieved a .500 record for the first time this season.

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Ohtani Intrigue a Welcome Reminder of Dodgers’ Biggest Rivalries


One pleasantly unexpected development in Los Angeles Dodgers world last week was the high and hard shade thrown by Our Guys towards the Angels’ Shohei Ohtani.

You know, Shohei Ohtani—the rookie pitcher who can’t hold the Tijuana Toros to under six runs in four innings. The guy who was supposed to be the new Babe Ruth.

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Is Christian Yelich a Good Fit for Dodgers?

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Ever since the Marlins agreed to the deal to send Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees in early December, fans around the league knew it was just a matter of time before Miami scraped away all the excess salary it could in an effort to begin a massive rebuild. Not long after the New York trade, Dee Gordon was shipped off to the Mariners, and about a week after that deal, Marcell Ozuna was sent to the Cardinals.

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Stanton Wants to Play for Dodgers, and a Trade Is Starting to Make Sense

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Get ready, Dodger fans, a trade for Giancarlo Stanton might be the spark the Dodgers need to win the World Series in 2018. Picture this: Stanton in left, Chris Taylor in center, and Yasiel Puig in right. Should this dream outfield become a reality, the Dodgers will have flipped the script of the 2018 season.

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