Dodgers Outlast Diamondbacks in NLDS Opener

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The Los Angeles Dodgers‘ offense made the most out of  a shaky first inning by Diamondbacks’ starter Taijuan Walker on Friday evening, and eventually held off the Arizona bats en route to a 9-5 victory and a 1-0 lead in the best-of-five NLDS.

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Dodgers Reveal Opening Round Playoff Roster to Face Diamondbacks

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The Los Angeles Dodgers announced their 2017 NLDS roster to oppose the Diamondbacks on Friday morning, and we here at Think Blue Planning Committee predicted it pretty well.

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How Does the Ideal NLDS Shape Up for the Dodgers?

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The 2017 NLDS is promising to shape up a bit differently than previous postseasons—Clayton Kershaw probably won’t be pitching on short rest. This is an extremely good thing.

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Pedro Baez Still Could Make Dodgers’ NLDS Roster, in Theory


The final series of the regular season in Colorado has been nothing short of action-packed, to say the least. The offense of the Dodgers has once again been showing some signs of waking up in critical situations, and the relief corps has proven that it’s capable of taming one of the hottest offenses on the senior circuit. Yet, among all these exciting twists and turns, there are still a few playoff roster spots up for grabs. One of the vacancies which has seemingly been garnering the most attention among those familiar with the club is the final spot in the Dodgers’ bullpen.

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Dodgers 2017 Playoff Roster Projections: First Edition

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As there’s still the matters of wrapping up the division, vying for home-field advantage, and putting together some much-needed continuity inside the final nine games of the regular season, many fans of the Dodgers can’t help but look ahead and wonder which players will be called upon for the 25-man roster when the postseason arrives in just a few short weeks.

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Why the 2017 Playoffs Will Be Different for the Los Angeles Dodgers

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Let me start off by saying that this postseason will not be a repeat of last October for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers are far stronger than they were in 2016, and that is as clear as it’s ever been. They’re 89-35 — far and away the best record in baseball. Dodger fans know better than anyone that 2016 ended in defeat. Clayton Kershaw had made almost every start on short rest. The Los Angeles offense, as good as it was, could not keep up with the stellar offense of the Chicago Cubs — the offense that went on to win the 2016 World Series.

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Don’t Let Me Down

“It’s in my head, darling I hope
That you’ll be here, when I need you the most
So don’t let me, don’t let me, don’t let me down
D-Don’t let me down”

~The Chainsmokers


Los Angeles Dodgers lose to the San Francisco Giants 3-0 Saturday, October 1, 2016 at AT&T Park. Photo by Jon SooHoo/©Los Angeles Dodgers,LLC 2016

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Chances Are

“Guess you feel you’ll always be the one and only one for me
And if you think you could
Well, chances are your chances are awfully good”

~Johnny Mathis


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The Space Between

“Is where you’ll find me hiding waiting for you
The space between your heart and mind
Is the space we’ll fill with time
The space between
The tears we cry is the laughter keeps us coming back for more”

~Dave Matthews Band


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