1. Breaking News: Clayton Kershaw to Start NLCS Game One for LA Dodgers

    A wise man once said that age is nothing but a number. The Los Angeles Dodgers certainly hope that is the case on Thursday evening when 21-year old Clayton Kershaw steps to the bump against the defending World Series Champions...

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  2. Five Reasons the Los Angeles Dodgers Will Win the NL Pennant

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are in pursuit of the franchise’s first pennant since 1988. That season, they went on to win the World Series behind the heroic effort of Kirk Gibson and the steady arm of Orel Hershiser...

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  3. Dodgers-Phillies: L.A. Looks to Avenge 2008 NLCS Loss to Philadelphia

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have been quietly waiting in the Southland for their next opponent since clinching their series sweep in St. Louis against the Cardinals on Saturday evening...

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  4. Manny Ramirez Passes Torch to Andre Ethier as Los Angeles Dodgers Sweep NLDS

    The Los Angeles Dodgers completed a three-game sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday afternoon at Busch Stadium...

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  5. Dodgers' Vicente Padilla Overcomes Struggles to Make Post-Season Debut

    Vicente Padilla will get the nod to pitch Game Three of the NLDS on Saturday against the St. Louis Cardinals as manager Joe Torre chose to go with Padilla over the early season ace, Chad Billingsley...

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  6. TBS' MLB Playoffs Coverage: Very Funny?

    On Wednesday and Thursday, baseball fans around the nation got a special treat in the form of a playoff tripleheader. Living on the west coast, it provided me with the perfect day; baseball starting at 11 a...

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  7. Hollywood Never Takes a Holliday: Dodgers Mount Miracle NLDS Comeback

    All Ryan Franklin needed was one more strike, and the St. Louis Cardinals would have stolen away home field advantage from the Los Angeles Dodgers...

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  8. Los Angeles Dodgers: Game Two Keys to Victory

    The Los Angeles Dodgers captured a 5-3 Game One victory over the St. Louis Cardinals last night. Matt Kemp keyed the effort with a first-inning, two-run home run that ignited the Dodgers offense early and set the tone for the evening...

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  9. LA Dodgers' Bullpen, Offensive Patience Key to Game One Victory

    Chris Carpenter entered the game not only as the Majors’ regular season ERA leader, but also holding a 5-0 record with a 2.20 ERA in his career against the Dodgers. Someone forgot to tell the Los Angeles Dodgers about his credentials...

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  10. Manny Ramirez or David Ortiz: Which Slugger Will Hit Better in October?

    The two men will be forever linked as the offensive catalysts for the 2004 and 2007 Boston Red Sox World Series Championships. They will also be forever linked by the appearance of their names on the infamous ’03 performance-enhancing drug tests...

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  11. Dodgers-Cardinals: The Official NLDS Preview That May Surprise You

    Take that finger off the panic button, Dodger fans. The division race is over. Finally. After dragging their victory champagne from Pittsburgh to San Diego, the Los Angeles Dodgers were able to pop bottles on the second-to-last day of the season...

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  12. LA Dodgers Have Everything to Lose in NL West Title Showdown

    No matter what they do this weekend, the Los Angeles Dodgers will head into the postseason with a bagful of doubts and concerns...

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  13. Joe Torre's LA Dodgers: More Two-Faced Than Harvey Dent

    The Los Angeles Dodgers season has turned into a riddle so difficult to crack that only the Riddler himself could have thought it up...

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  14. Babe Ruth's Called Shot Has Nothing On Mike Blowers

    We all know the tale of Babe Ruth pointing towards the outfield and connecting on a home run in Game Three of the 1932 World Series. It’s one of the greatest predictions in baseball history...

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  15. MLB Playoff Threat Levels: Who's Dangerous and Who's in Danger

    The Major League Baseball Playoffs start next Wednesday, Oct. 7. Thus far, only three divisions have been clinched: the AL East (New York Yankees), the AL West, and the NL Central (St. Louis Cardinals)...

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  16. The L.A. Dodgers Are Driving Me Nuts—Just Clinch The Division Already!

    I mean, really, you couldn’t split a series with the Pittsburgh Pirates and just clinch the NL West? It was supposed to be a weekend of celebration; heck, the champagne was on ice in the ...

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  17. L.A. Dodgers: Chad Billingsley Still Being Held Back By Mental Barriers

    Chad Billingsley still hasn’t broken out of his funk. Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers had high hopes for the former ace in his “return” to the mound last night, ...

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  18. Forecasting the L.A. Dodgers Postseason Rotation: Who Makes the Cut?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have rebounded from a below average month of August to surge in September and whittle their magic number to clinch a playoff berth down to two...

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  19. The Los Angeles Dodgers' Second Base Controversy Is in Full Tilt

    While the Los Angeles Dodgers have nothing but clinching a playoff spot and eventually the division title on their mind, an interesting side plot has developed with their All-Star second baseman...

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  20. The State of MLB: Will the Pennant Races Tighten Down the Stretch?

    While the National League playoff picture is virtually locked into place, the American League has some gut-wrenching late-season baseball on tap in the final two weeks of the season...

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  21. Swinging For the Record Books: James Loney, the Road Warrior

    Update: James Loney hit a home run in the bottom of the third inning off Brad Penny today—for his first home run at Dodger Stadium this season. Well timed, Mr. Loney... The Los Angeles Dodgers have a very unique hitter on their hands...

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  22. Andre Ethier Making MVP Statement for First-Place L.A. Dodgers

    Six walk-off hits—four of which have been long balls. That’s what Andre Ethier has done this season for the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers. The six walk-off winners are an all-time high for a single player in the divisional era...

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  23. Los Angeles Dodgers: Howl At The Moon—Randy Wolf to Return to the Bump

    Workhorse. In a season that has seen 12 different starting pitchers for the Los Angeles Dodgers thus far, that’s the only way to describe how Randy Wolf put the starting staff on his back from the end of June until early September...

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  24. Los Angeles Dodgers: Time to Put Up or Shut Up Against Lowly Pirates

    The Los Angeles Dodgers made it through the weekend and took care of business. The offense finally came alive and boomed for 19 runs in the first two games against a tough Giants pitching staff...

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  25. The State of the MLB: Playoff Threat Levels for Each Team

    Be sure to listen to Sports Overnight America, where I will discuss the final three weeks of the season with Patrick Mauro tonight at 11 PM (PST). Listen here! The playoffs are fast approaching and the race for the pennant is heating up...

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