1. LA Dodgers: How Will Newly Formed Roster Change with a Full Season?

    Having the right personnel on a sports team doesn ’t necessarily guarantee success. It’s true in nearly all professional sports, and especially true in baseball, a sport that relies heavily upon a collective effort...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 2,112 reads 8 comments

  2. Power Ranking LA Dodgers' New Players by Their Importance to Pennant Race

    The Los Angeles Dodgers ' new additions have been all the chatter in the MLB for the past weeks. Superstars Hanley Ramirez and Adrian Gonzalez have been slotted in between longtime ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 1,753 reads 3 comments

  3. Will LA Dodgers' Schedule Help Their Postseason Hopes?

    Now that we’ve had a few days to soak in another round of blockbuster trades that brought Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett, Carl Crawford, and Nick Punto to Los Angeles to join ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 1,462 reads 9 comments

  4. Dodgers vs. Giants: Comparing the Rivals' Lineups Without Melky Cabrera

    Major League Baseball took another blow to its credibility when San Francisco Giants slugger Melky Cabrera recently tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs and was given a 50-game suspension...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 2,763 reads 39 comments

  5. How Joe Blanton Will Help LA Dodgers Down the Stretch

    Dodger fans were elated at the exciting news that the team had acquired Hanley Ramirez from the Miami Marlins before the trade deadline; however, many were worried about the starting ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 992 reads 1 comments

  6. MLB Postseason: Are LA Dodgers Legitimate World Series Contenders Post Deadline?

    The Dodgers had an eventful trade deadline this year. Unlike years past when the Dodgers hardly made any moves under owner Frank McCourt, Ned Colletti and the new management did ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 1,932 reads 10 comments

  7. 3 Reasons the Los Angeles Dodgers Were Huge Winners at the Trade Deadline

    The Dodgers got busy in the month of July, much more so than expected , and filled some dire voids on their roster...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 3,409 reads 12 comments

  8. Dodgers Trade Scenarios: L.A.'s 3 Biggest Needs at the Trade Deadline

    I’ve established over the past few weeks that the Dodgers need to get busy before the trade deadline. Dodgers fans know it. The front office knows it. Every baseball fanatic knows it...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 5,258 reads 5 comments

  9. Dodgers Trade Scenarios: 3 Trade Packages That Could Land Cole Hamels

    Now that the Dodgers ’ early season magic has worn off, there are visible gaps in the team that are beginning to show...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 6,144 reads 20 comments

  10. Los Angeles Dodgers: Ted Lilly Won't Be September Savior

    It’s time for Dodgers fans to face the facts: the magic has worn off. As legendary announcer Vin Scully noted in Sunday’s telecast in Arizona , all things even out in baseball...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 2,075 reads 2 comments

  11. MLB Trade Scenarios: 4 No-Brainer Moves Colletti Must Make at Deadline for LA

    Despite the Dodgers ’ impressive start to the 2012 season, they have hit a skid now and have gone from having the best record in baseball to trailing the Giants in the National League West...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about 2 years ago 7,011 reads 15 comments

  12. Can Dodgers Still Make a Deep Playoff Run If Ted Lilly Never Returns Healthy?

    The Dodgers ’ solid pitching staff took a blow at the end of May when veteran pitcher Ted Lilly was placed on the disabled list with shoulder inflammation...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 2,120 reads 8 comments

  13. LA Dodgers: 5 Reasons the Dodgers Will Still Be in First Place at Trade Deadline

    If you would have told last season’s struggling Dodgers that they would be in first place in the National League West and have the best record in baseball in June, they might have let out a giggle of disbelief...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 2,700 reads 4 comments

  14. Los Angeles Dodgers: 5 Reasons Kenley Jansen Will Never Give Up Closer Role

    I’ve been weary of having Kenley Jansen fulfill the Dodgers ’ closer role. My arguments were that he doesn’t have enough experience (being that he was drafted ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 2,134 reads 5 comments

  15. Los Angeles Dodgers: Gauging the New Owners After Signing Bobby Abreu

    Dodgers fans have finally got what they wanted in a long-awaited salute to Frank McCourt and a new group of owners, Guggenheim Baseball Management, heading the Blue Crew’s front office...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 3,484 reads 6 comments

  16. 6 Underachieving Dodgers and Whether or Not Each Will Turn It Around

    Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier have been keeping the Dodgers offense afloat with their consistent production at the plate, but what about the rest of the lineup? The Blue Crew may ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 84 reads 2 comments

  17. Los Angeles Dodgers: 6 Advantages They Have over Giants Heading into the Series

    One month into the season and the National League is seeing its best rivalry this week: Dodgers vs. Giants ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 1,570 reads 1 comments

  18. Matt Kemp: Will the Dodgers Stud Actually Hit 50 Home Runs This Season?

    There is no denying that Matt Kemp is on a tear this season. Carrying over his hot streak from last season, Kemp is off to a tremendous start with 11 home runs, 24 runs batted in, and a ...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 2,829 reads 9 comments

  19. Javy Guerra: Could the Dodgers Trust Him to Close Pressure Playoff Games?

    After a mediocre 2011 season, the Dodgers have come out strong so far in 2012 and are currently one of the hottest teams in baseball...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 946 reads 12 comments

  20. Los Angeles Dodgers: Why Matt Kemp Will Have a Better Career Than Ryan Braun

    Matt Kemp and Ryan Braun are two of the most promising young stars in baseball. Kemp is 27 years old with six seasons under his belt, while Milwaukee's Braun is 28 with five stellar seasons...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 1,494 reads 8 comments

  21. Why Shabazz Muhammad Will Bring the UCLA Bruins out of Hibernation

    Westwood let out an indistinguishable joyous scream yesterday when top recruit Shabazz Muhammad announced that he would be joining the UCLA men's basketball team...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 1,382 reads 2 comments

  22. NCAA Championship: 5 Things Kansas Must Do in Order to Beat Kentucky

    It has all funneled down to two teams, Kentucky and Kansas, who will be battling for the men’s NCAA Championship on Monday night. SEC vs. Big 12, the young Wildcats vs. the experienced Jayhawks, No...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 3,691 reads 6 comments

  23. March Madness 2012: Biggest Headaches of NCAA Brackets

    While this year’s NCAA tournament hasn’t been quite as wild as last year’s, we’ve seen some pretty exciting games this year with a few unexpected upsets from the likes of Lehigh and Norfolk State...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 405 reads 0 comments

  24. March Madness 2012: Previewing This Weekend's Round of 32 Games

    With upsets dominating the second day of the Round of 64, the 2012 NCAA tournament is shaping up to be much like last year’s—full of upsets and unpredictability that leaves your bracket vulnerable...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 557 reads 0 comments

  25. Michigan Basketball: Wolverines Prove No Match for Ohio State in Big Ten Tourney

    Ohio State 77, Michigan 55 Despite splitting its Big Ten Conference games with Ohio State, Michigan proved no match for the Buckeyes and were outplayed from the onset of Saturday's Big Ten Tournament semifinal...

    Robert Pace Written by Robert Pace about over 2 years ago 540 reads 0 comments