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Dodgers Video: Justin Turner Hits Walk-Off Single To Complete Sweep Of Twins

The Los Angeles Dodgers did it again. Not only did they earn a 29th comeback win this season, they did so by overcoming...
Via Dodger Blue
6 hours ago

Dodgers 6, Twins 5: In a hole thanks to shoddy defense, Dodgers end up walking it off

After taking the first two games of the series, the Dodgers’ four-game winning streak was in danger early as all five runs against them scored with two outs and as a result of defensive miscues. Because the 2017 Dodgers are ridiculous, however, they came back slowly but surely before walking it off in the bottom …
Via Dodgers Digest
8 hours ago

Dodgers Overcome Sloppy Defense, Walk-Off Twins On Justin Turner’s Single

The Los Angeles Dodgers received solo home runs from Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig, but sloppy defense led to the...
Via Dodger Blue
8 hours ago

Stewart won’t be overextended in first start this year

07/26 Twins at Dodgers, 7:10 p.m. PT: Chris Taylor LFCorey Seager SSJustin Turner 3BCody Bellinger 1BJoc Pederson CFLogan Forsythe 2BYasmani Grandal CYasiel Puig RFBrock Stewart P The majority of the Dodger bullpen is well-rested, and that’s especially crucial Wednesday night. Pedro Baez and Brandon Morrow have had two days off and five other Dodger relievers got to rest Tuesday...
Via Dodgers Insider
12 hours ago

Clayton Kershaw says no timetable yet for his return

Clayton Kershaw is eager to return to action for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but the ace says there is no timetable yet for his recovery.The southpaw left his start for the Dodgers on Sunday after tweaking his back. An initial report said he could miss four to six weeks. Kershaw isn’t setting expectations for his return yet. The good news is an MRI showed that that his disc was not...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Twins @ Dodgers July 26, 2017: Stewart for the sweep

The Dodgers (70-31) go for their fifth straight win and a three-game sweep over the Twins (49-50) on Wednesday night in the series finale when they send Brock Stewart to the mound for his first start of the season. With 12 series sweeps on the books so for this year, a 13th sweep would be …
Via Dodgers Digest
13 hours ago

Dodgers' reality: This dominance assures nothing

The Dodgers are in rarified air. But it's the regular season. And that's not enough to satisfy the Dodgers.
Via Dodgers.com
14 hours ago

Dodgers turn to Wood in opener vs. Giants

Dodgers pitcher Alex Wood will try to get back on track after taking his first loss of the season, while Matt Moore of the Giants seeks his first win in more than a month in a matchup of two left-handers in the opener on Friday at Dodger Stadium.
Via Dodgers.com
15 hours ago

The Current State of the Dodgers Starting Rotation

While there are several factors which could potentially contribute to the dynamics of the Dodgers pitching rotation over the coming week, the club still continues to take a conservative approach on a day-to-day basis, protecting themselves from one or two outcomes that may determine the fate of the starting five moving forward. The latest news on the possible time-frame for resident...
Via ThinkBluePC
19 hours ago

Dodgers reach 70th win in a land of confusion

By Cary Osborne The confusion in Tuesday’s game at Dodger Stadium went well past the 18 minutes of delay time. Bottom line: The Dodgers won 6–2 and who knows whether that delay or what caused it had an impact on the game. But the issue deserves discussion, as does the heads up action by Dodger manager Dave Roberts and the Dodgers coaching staff. Minnesota manager Paul Molitor...
Via Dodgers Insider
1 day ago

Dodgers 6, Twins 2: Now 4 wins in a row, and Bob Geren trolled Paul Molitor

After dropping two in a row to the Braves, the Dodgers have rebounded to win four in a row, including tonight’s interesting 6-2 victory. Suddenly, the Dodgers are 35-6 in their last 41, and the possibility still remains. —— Kenta Maeda can be a frustrating pitcher to watch, as he frequently nibbles and nibbles and …
Via Dodgers Digest
1 day ago

Anthony Rendon Is Everything

If you want to understand why the Dodgers have such a good record, I can share with you a fun fact. Right now, as I look at the leaderboard, the Dodgers have six players within the top-30 in National League WAR. They have five players in the top-20, and three players in the top-10. I think there’s been some kind of understanding that the Dodgers have been built around depth, instead...
Via Fangraphs
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Should Dodgers Give Alex Verdugo a Big League Opportunity?

After all the dust settled on the active roster before the series opener against the Twins on Monday evening, the Dodgers had a whopping 10 arms available in the bullpen, yet only three available replacements off the bench. Thank goodness for more heroics from the mighty Cody Bellinger, because if the game would have somehow wiggled into extra innings, Los Angeles may have sent some...
Via ThinkBluePC
1 day ago

Report: Dodgers mainly interested in starting pitching

Despite all the links to back-end relievers, it is a starting pitcher that the Los Angeles Dodgers seem most motivated to get.According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, the Dodgers have been most interested in Texas Rangers starter Yu Darvish, but have been rebuffed in their efforts so far. The Rangers have been using a similar line on all interested parties who have been calling...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Clayton Kershaw could miss 4-6 weeks

Clayton Kershaw could be out for a good amount of time after tweaking his back on Sunday.FOX MLB reporter Ken Rosenthal reported on Monday that the initial prognosis is that Kershaw could be out 4-6 weeks. Kershaw is still set to see a back specialist before the final determination is made about his length of absence.The Los Angeles Dodgers star pitcher left Sunday’s game against...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Dodgers interested in Mets RP Addison Reed

Despite proving themselves to be the best team in the National League, the Los Angeles Dodgers are always looking for upgrades. The team has been linked primarily to starting pitchers leading up to the July 31st trade deadline.But Los Angeles is now reportedly looking into the viability of landing New York Mets closer Addison Reed. Reed, 28, is set to become a free agent following...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Job Posting: Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Research & Development Data Engineer

Position: Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Research & Development Data Engineer Location: Los Angeles Description: The Los Angeles Dodgers are seeking a Data Engineer for the team’s Baseball Research and Development (R&D) group. We are looking to find someone who thrives in a big data environment. As the scope and quantity of data in baseball continue to rapidly increase,...
Via Fangraphs
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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