Let’s Talk Bullpen Upgrades

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Indeed, many media outlets covering the Dodgers could probably spend half of the winter writing about what Andrew Friedman told reporters at his end-of-season press conference on Monday.

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Dodgers Preview: 4 Players to Watch in This Week’s San Diego Series

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With exactly six games remaining on their regular season schedule, the Dodgers begin their final road trip of the season on Tuesday with a 4-1/2 game lead over the Braves for home field advantage throughout the National League playoffs.

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Dodgers Defeat Orioles in Series Opener, Secure 7th Straight NL West Title

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While fans knew it would happen eventually, the Dodgers made a seventh consecutive division crown a reality on Thursday evening after defeating the Orioles 7-3 in Baltimore.

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Dodgers Salvage Final Game of Weekend Series Against Giants

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After dropping the first two contests of the weekend in disappointing fashion, the Dodgers rebounded in the finale on Sunday to handle the Giants in convincing fashion, 5-0.

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A Quick Look at the Remainder of the 2019 Regular-Season Schedule

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Entering this weekend’s series against the Giants, the Dodgers have exactly 20 games remaining. As far as the race with the Braves for home-field advantage in the NL playoffs goes, perhaps the most advantageous thing for Los Angeles is that just five of those 20 contests are against teams with winning records.

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Could a Late-August Team Slump Be a Good Thing?

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Skipper Dave Roberts will be one of the first to tell you that there’s some type of positive lesson in every negative situation—that’s just the type of person he is.

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Dodgers Take Two Games in Weekend Series with Diamondbacks

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Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger each homered in the first inning of Sunday’s series finale against Arizona, propelling the Dodgers to an eventual 9-3 victory over their division rival and stretching their NL West lead to a whopping 19 games.

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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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Smith, Dodgers Sweep Rockies in Final Leg of Homestand

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Pinch-hitting for Kenley Jansen in the bottom of the ninth inning in Sunday’s finale, rookie catcher Will Smith slugged a three-run, pinch-hit walkoff homer to secure both a 6-3 victory and series sweep over division rival Colorado.

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Dodgers Offense: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in the Mid-Season

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In the middle game of the weekend series against the Giants on Saturday night, Corey Seager came up huge, going 4-for-5 with two doubles and four RBI. He helped lift the Dodgers to a 7-2 victory, as his team is back in the winning column after a two-game skid, leading the second-place Rockies in the West by a full 10 games.. Seager is amid his most productive streak of the season—when he’s hot, he certainly makes the Los Angeles lineup one of the most potent in the league.

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