Dodgers Prepare for Cardinals at Home After Successful Weekend in Seattle

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Overall, it was a very good weekend for the Dodgers in Seattle. Los Angeles won two of three and could’ve gotten the sweep if not for a (suspect) balk.

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Suddenly, the Outlook of the Dodgers Bullpen Doesn’t Seem So Gloomy

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Sometimes, all it takes is an 11-1 drubbing of another contending club to quickly change a fan’s perspective about the direction of their favorite baseball team. When an offense works according to the way it was specifically designed, it takes a huge amount of pressure off a pitching staff, especially a bullpen which has struggled mightily over the past week. And, with the news that closer Kenley Jansen‘s healing progress has been accelerated, the immediate future of the Dodgers doesn’t seem so dismal after all.

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Series Preview: Dodgers Head to Seattle to Face Mariners

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After an eventful week where the Dodgers only managed to get two wins in series against the Rockies and the Giants, the Boys in Blue take their stagnant offense and beleaguered bullpen to Seattle to play the red-hot Mariners.

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Dodgers Send Chase De Jong to Seattle, Acquire Drew Jackson & Aneurys Zabala

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The Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday acquired minor league shortstop Drew Jackson and minor league right-handed pitcher Aneurys Zabala from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for right-handed pitcher Chase De Jong.

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