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Could Cliff Lee or Roy Oswalt Pitch His Way To Dodgertown?

I remember rumors about Adam Dunn or Alex Rodriguez heading to the Dodgers at one point in time and just thinking about how it made me laugh because the likelihood of the Dodgers getting any highly-priced player was doubtful. ... (Continue reading)

Wade LeBlanc Puts Up Blanks on the Scoreboard

No, Wade LeBlanc didn't throw his teammate Kyle Blanks on the score board although that actually might help.  This may be a just a glitch in the universe, it may be luck, or it may actually be the real thing. ... (Continue reading)

What’s Wrong in Los Angeles?: Dodgers Suffering Slow Start

Expectations for the Dodgers are high every single year, and they continue to draw record crowds no matter their record or the economy. There is just one problem: Fans in Dodgertown are losing their patience from waiting 22 years for a ... (Continue reading)

Will Blake DeWitt Be the Dodgers’ Starting Second Baseman in 2010?

Blake DeWitt is, without a doubt, having no trouble smashing the ball this spring. DeWitt is hitting a strong .368, with 2 home runs, and 5 RBI while playing 14 games and having 38 at-bats.  There is only one small ... (Continue reading)

Prediction 2010: Los Angeles Dodgers

    There hasn't been a World Series in Chavez Ravine for 22 years.  The Los Angeles Dodgers have a better team than their record has shown.  Coming off two consecutive division titles and making it to the League Championship Series both ... (Continue reading)

Could Kyle Blanks Be San Diego’s Matt Kemp?

Now, you're probably wondering something: "Who is Kyle Blanks?" Kyle Blanks is a 6'6'', 270 pound outfielder on the San Diego Padres. He is currently going to start in left field and hit either in front of or behind Adrian Gonzalez ... (Continue reading)

Monasterios: A Monster on the Mound

Over the hills and through the woods, the Dodgers have lost a few good names like Pedro Martinez, Paul Konerko, and Vlad Guerrerro. Once again, there is a new, young phenom. brewing in the Dodgers' organization.   Carlos Monasterios is a ... (Continue reading)

Eric Gagne: Not “Game Over” Yet

Once upon a time, in a Dodger era far, far away, lived one of the best closers in all of baseball history.  It was 84 consecutive saves until the "Game Over" Gagne beast was proved to be human. ... (Continue reading)