A Glance at NL West Division Race for Second Half of 2021

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We are currently at the 2021 All-Star break, a time when fans get to enjoy all the festivities and a select few players are recognized for their efforts over the first half of the season.

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Thoughts on Dodgers’ Latest Dry Spell

This week for the Dodgers has been one of the worst in recent memory. Not only have they not won a game (I’m writing this on a Friday), but they were swept by division rival San Diego Padres, and on Thursday, no-hit by the Chicago Cubs at home.

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A Few Random Thoughts About 2021 NL West Offenses So Far

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With a run differential of +98, the Dodgers still find themselves leading the pack among all National League clubs. However, will inconsistent production end up hurting the team come playoff time in the fall?

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Dodgers Hope to Bounce Back Against Padres After First Home Loss

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With the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres meeting seven times in ten days, none of the games have lived up short of the type.

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Four Keys to Dodgers Winning Next Series Against Padres

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After a subpar two-game split with the Seattle Mariners, the Los Angeles Dodgers are now set to start a four-game series against the San Diego Padres.

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5 Things We Learned from Dodgers’ Initial Series with Padres

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With all the hype that surrounded this weekend’s Dodgers vs. Padres series, one would have thought it was smack-dab in the middle of the 2021 National League playoffs. Indeed, the first game of the extravaganza truly lived up to all the publicity with 12 innings of excitement, but by the time the smoke settled on the entire series, the Dodgers came out on top, although San Diego showed why they might be eventual playoff contenders with a late comeback in the finale.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Cody Bellinger, Brusdar Graterol, Gavin Lux, More

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No question, the opening game of the San Diego series on Friday evening was perhaps the most exciting contest of the year so far for the Los Angeles Dodgers, living up to the hype that was thrown upon these two teams by most of the national media.

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Highly Anticipated Dodgers vs. Padres Series Set to Begin Friday

After an emphatic sweep of the Colorado Rockies and winners of six straight games, the Los Angeles Dodgers prepare for their first highly-anticipated series of the season.

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Dodger Pitchers Have First Throws of Spring Training; Thoughts on Tatis Jr’s Contract

We’ve finally reached the first harbinger of Spring—pitchers and catchers have reported to Spring Training for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Updates on Kirby Yates and the MLB Relief Pitching Market

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have spent this offseason fortifying their bullpen, acquiring guys like Corey Knebel, Tommy Kahnle, and Garrett Cleavinger, while also re-signing Blake Treinen and Scott Alexander.

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