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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4 Non-Bellinger Highlights from the First Quarter of 2019

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The first quarter of the Dodgers‘ 2019 season is already in the books. Time flies when you’re having fun and have one of the best records in baseball.

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The Excellent, the Good & the Bad from the First Month of the Season

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The Dodgers are reaching the end of their first full month of baseball. If the adage that the Dodgers always start April slow is true, then the rest of the season should be an incredible show.

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Dodgers Lineups: What Lies Ahead for Chris Taylor?

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The Dodgers offense, as a whole, has been pretty good so far this year. As a team, the Dodgers are third in the MLB in homers, second in RBI and runs, fourth in OPS and fifth in hits.

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Dodgers Head to Colorado, Kershaw’s Rehab Successful at OKC

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As it turned out, Clayton Kershaw did continue his streak of Opening Day starts for the Dodgers. It just happened to be for the Oklahoma City Dodgers as opposed to the team in Los Angeles.

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Giants Prevail in Series Opener Against Dodgers, 4-2

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The offensive fireworks were definitely not as prolific as they’ve been for the Dodgers recently. and the middle of the Los Angeles bullpen was once again victimized by some very timely hitting. In a contest that was very quiet for the first half of the evening, the Giants walked away with a 4-2 win against the Dodgers in the series opener Monday night at Dodger Stadium.

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Dodgers Hope Offensive Momentum Carries into San Francisco Series

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It was an opening weekend for the record books. The Dodgers hit 14 home runs, scored 42 runs total, mounted a beautiful comeback on Sunday, and overall went 3-1 against the Arizona Diamondbacks to open the 2019 season.

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Dodgers Use 8th-Inning Rally to Defeat Diamondbacks, Capture Opening Series

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Capitalizing upon the poor pitching of starter Walker Buehler and reliever Pedro Baez, the Diamondbacks used a seven-run fourth inning to take control of the series’ final game on Sunday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough to prevent a potent Dodgers offense at the end of the game from claiming another victory.

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How the Paul Goldschmidt Trade Affects the Dodgers & the Rest of the NL West

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Paul Goldschmidt has arguably been the best player in the NL for the last six seasons, and the Los Angeles Dodgers have had to contend with him being in their division that entire time.

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