5 Early-Season Concerns Facing Dodgers


By no means do two games define a season, but already we have seen the Dodgers perform on many different levels, especially when it comes to playing down to the abilities of their opponent. After Friday night’s marathon loss, fans were reminded of some of the aspects of play that saw Los Angeles need a divisional playoff game to capture their sixth-consecutive NL West crown. While it’s certainly too early to make any predictions, there are a handful of things that followers can watch which may be critical, at least in the early portion of the season.

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The Dodgers Have Exorcised Some Of Last Year’s Early-Season Demons


Save your angst about the season for at least one more day, Dodger fans. This season is already off to a better start than last season.

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Dodgers Pummel Diamondbacks in Season Opener

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The Dodgers slugged an MLB Opening Day record eight home runs en route to a convincing 12-5 victory at a sold-out Dodger Stadium on Thursday afternoon.

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Dodgers Announce 2019 Opening Day Roster


The Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday morning announced their Opening Day 25-man roster ahead of the 2019 regular season, which begins Thursday afternoon at 1:10 p.m. Pacific time against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium.  The club also placed left-handed pitchers Tony Cingrani, Rich Hill and Clayton Kershaw on the 10-day injured list, retroactive to March 25. President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman made the announcement.

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On Quotes, Past Dodger Players and Maturity


Whether the Dodgers are ready or not, the season starts this week. It’s doesn’t matter how many pitchers are on the injured list, or how many players had a bad spring training—three days from now there will be meaningful baseball played.

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Santana, Stewart Among Those Considered for Dodgers’ Final Roster Spot


Aside from one final spot in the bullpen, the Dodgers have announced the bulk of their 25-man roster for Opening Day against the Diamondbacks next Thursday.

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More Thoughts on the 2019 Opening Day Roster


There’s only 10 days left until the Dodgers open up the 2019 season against the Arizona Diamondbacks, and although the roster has yet to be finalized, we have a pretty good idea of who is going to make the Opening Day roster.

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Dodgers Fall to Giants in 2018 Home Opener


Opening Day did not end the way Dodgers fans would have like it to. In the first game of the year against the rival San Francisco Giants, the Dodgers bat were relatively silent all afternoon, as the club could not muster a single run.

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San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers: A 2018 Opening Day Preview

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While some fans of the Dodgers are viewing the 2018 campaign as a season of redemption, many others anticipate the year to be a continuation of success. It’s hard to believe, but Los Angeles is now in pursuit of its sixth consecutive NL West division crown, and with each passing season, the club inches ever so closer to a World Championship.

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Dodgers Set Opening Day 25-Man Roster, Unofficially


The 2018 Opening Day 25-man roster for the Dodgers is unofficially set.

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