The St. Louis Cardinals end streak as the Los Angeles Dodgers looked for their seventh consecutive win on Wednesday night. What turned out to be somewhat of a pitchers duel, ended in a three run game as the Cardinals beat the Dodgers 2-1. Though it may have seemed that Hyun-Jin Ryu would
When a player has a hot start to their career, the questions of sustainability start to pop up. Corey Seager had about as good of a rookie year as the Dodgers could've hoped for as he unanimously won Rookie of the Year and even finished 3rd in NL MVP voting.
It was no secret that the Dodgers in 2016 were abysmal versus left handed pitching. Finishing last in several offensive categories (which I went into greater detail in a blog post back in February), the Dodgers could not find any traction offensively when the opposing team trotted out a lefty
With Joc Pederson on the disabled list, the Los Angeles Dodgers have announced on Tuesday that they have called up top prospect Cody Bellinger. Bellinger is regarded as the No.10 prospect in all of baseball according to MLB.com. In 18 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City this season, Bellinger was hitting to a
It's baaaaaaack! The Dodgers today announced that Rich Hill will be placed on the 10 Day Disabled List with a blister. This issue was reoccurring in 2016 and limited Rich Hill to just 6 games started in the regular season with the Dodgers (14 with the A's for a total of
(Via MLB, Youtube) The Los Angeles Dodgers did not hold back on their 14-3 victory against the San Diego Padres on Opening day, Monday afternoon. With an outstanding game by Clayton Kershaw and the decisive offensive work from Yasmani Grandal, Joc Pederson, Corey Seager and Justin Turner, the Dodgers were able to
Dodger fans, rejoice! With the opening pitch in Los Angeles hours away, Dodgers fans are excited to be back in Dodger Stadium for hopefully another successful season. The Dodgers who have been to the post season for three straight years look to do the same, but with a different ending,
The Dodgers look to repeat as NL West champions in 2017.
While the reports from camp say that the Dodgers shortstop is back in action, it’s hard not to think about what would happen if he wasn’t ready to go on opening day. What would the Dodgers do if Seager isn’t ready on April 3rd? Would the front office send out