1. You Say You a Rude Boy: Matt Kemp in a Pickle with Dodgers

    Matt Kemp would have never imagined a better start to a baseball season. At the 14-game mark of the 2010 campaign, the Los Angeles Dodgers' center fielder was a terror at the dish, batting ...

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  2. Los Angeles Dodgers Hot Stove: Examining the Trade Possibilities

    It's almost impossible to explain the true essence of the authentic Los Angeles Dodgers fan. The average baseball follower around the league has a stereotypical opinion about a genuine Dodger supporter, but that average follower doesn't understand at all.

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  3. Dodger Stadium: The 10 Hottest Girls to Throw the Ceremonial First Pitch

    Dodger Stadium, the third oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, is renowned for its rich heritage, the world class playing surface, the picturesque skyline, and is home to the most popular concession food in baseball, the Dodger Dog...

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  4. Claudio Vargas to Join Los Angeles Dodgers Starting Rotation

    Now, it seems as if the Los Angeles Dodgers' starting rotation is on the verge of total collapse. Carlos Monasterios, the rookie right-hander who was battling to find himself a spot ...

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  5. MLB Draft Update: Los Angeles Dodgers Sign Ralston Cash, Leon Landry

    In what was thought to be a difficult signing season for Los Angeles Dodgers' draftees, the team made deals with second round pick Ralston Cash, and third round selection Leon Landry on Wednesday...

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  6. Chad Billingsley Out as Injuries Continue to Hinder Dodgers Pitching Staff

    Just when it seemed as if things were getting brighter for the Los Angeles Dodgers pitching staff, the team was dealt another blow on Tuesday afternoon, when they announced that Chad ...

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  7. Los Angeles Angels Continue Dominance of Dodgers in Freeway Series

    Whether it was the lack of mystical energy from a magical wizard or just plain being outplayed on the diamond, the Dodgers had a difficult weekend on the home front, as the Los Angeles ...

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  8. Frank McCourt, Synergistic Powers, and Just a Dash of Dodgers Chemistry

    Just imagine for a brief moment that the Los Angeles Dodgers were in last place in the National League West division...

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  9. Los Angeles Dodgers 2010 Draft: The Skinny on the First Three Selections

    Within moments of the Los Angeles Dodgers selecting their first choice at the No. 28 slot in the 2010 MLB first-year player draft, speculation in regards to the team's financial situation once again emerged...

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  10. Three's a Charm: Garret Anderson Walk-Off Leads Dodgers to Series Sweep

    Before the series began on Monday against the Arizona Diamondbacks, no Dodger fan would have ever imagined the outcome. Ticket holders at Dodger Stadium certainly got their money's worth: Three walk-offs in three days and a series sweep...

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  11. Los Angeles Dodgers Walk-Off Yet Again: Matt Kemp Home Run Rattles Diamondbacks

    This time the Dodgers had to do it the hard way. Just one night after Casey Blake scored the game-winning run on the infamous "walk-off balk," Matt Kemp crushed a fastball from Juan ...

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  12. Garret Anderson or X-Man? Decision Lingers as Andre Ethier Returns To Dodgers

    Right fielder Andre Ethier will be activated from the 15-day disabled list when the Dodgers return home Monday to open a three game series vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks, according to the team's website Sunday evening...

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  13. Los Angeles Dodgers: What To Expect As Trade Deadline Nears

    Roy Oswalt? Cliff Lee? Jake Westbrook? Why not throw Ubaldo Jimenez's name into the media frenzy? It's only the end of May, and already there's endless speculation coming from all ...

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  14. Los Angeles Dodgers Injury Report: From the Sublime To the Ridiculous

    Things are getting crazy in Los Angeles. With the MLB trade deadline slowly approaching, logic says it's not wise to lose a player to waivers...

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  15. Will the Dodgers Dodge the Obvious in Making Room for Rafael Furcal?

    Rafael Furcal is ready to rejoin the Dodgers—finally. After a longer than expected stint on the disabled list, Furcal will be reactivated on Tuesday, as Los Angeles opens up a three game series at Wrigley Field against the Cubs...

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  16. Los Angeles Dodgers Report Card: First Quarter Evaluations

    The first 40 games of the season are in the books, and when compiling the report card for the Los Angeles Dodgers, the first quarter can pretty much be summed up in two words—roller coaster...

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  17. Kia Kaha: Greatest All Blacks Ever By Position

    There's no rugby side in the world today with a more prominent legacy than the mighty All Blacks of New Zealand...

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  18. Clubhouse Etiquette 101: Where to Draw the Line

    Times are changing. Back in 1989, one needed to make a trip to the local newsstand and gather the courage to purchase a copy of Penthouse magazine to get the dirty lowdown on a big league player, if one trusted the testimony of an alleged mistress...

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  19. Manny Ramirez Is Propelling the Dodgers into Contention

    Sometimes it isn't just about statistics. Dan Haren, the ace of the Arizona Diamondbacks pitching staff, was conducting a clinic Tuesday night at Chase Field when Manny Ramirez approached the plate in the top of the fourth inning...

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  20. Guessing Game: Indecision Lingers with Los Angeles Dodgers Pitching Staff

    At least Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre was able to keep a few arms fresh in the bullpen Sunday afternoon...

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  21. Los Angeles Dodgers: Moving Forward as Roster Decisions Loom

    As if the scrutiny from the media, fans, and upper management weren't enough, Joe Torre and his staff are faced with several important roster decisions in the days and weeks ahead...

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  22. Jimmy Rollins: Behind the Philadelphia Phillies Uniform

    Many fans of Major League Baseball show their support for their favorite player or team by wearing jerseys or caps, going to the ballpark, or sitting on the edge of their seat in front of the television...

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  23. Los Angeles Dodgers Are a Very Young Team, Still Need to Grow Up

    Yes, it was only the Pittsburgh Pirates, and no, the Los Angeles Dodgers aren't back to the form that carried them to the NLCS in 2009...

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