Dodgers Interested in Trading for Nolan Arenado

The Los Angeles Dodgers just won their seventh World Series Championship in franchise history and the first since 1988. Now, they are looking past that and deciding how they will win the next one. Every offseason it seems as if the Los Angeles Dodgers have their eyes set on a new prize. That new prize […]

The Dodgers are finally World Series Champions

“Great things are done when men and mountains meet.” – William Blake The Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series Champions for the first time in 32 years. The glory of this World Series victory is a testament to how much integrity and resilience this specific Dodgers team had in 2020. Veterans like Clayton Kershaw and […]

Series Recap: Mookie Betts, Dodgers power through DBacks

Mookie Betts and the Dodgers took the series win against the division rival, Diamondbacks. The Dodgers won three of the four games this weekend. Players like AJ Pollock, Corey Seager and Mookie Betts powered the Dodgers offense while the Dodgers bullpen held their own against the Diamondbacks. The Dodgers offense scored a combined total of […]

LeadOff Dodgers Notes: Tony Gonsolin, Walker Buehler, Opening Day, Kershaw’s Milestone

This is a big week for the Dodgers and these next few exhibition games will surely determine what players will make the 30 man active roster. We know at least one player that won’t be joining the major league squad on Opening Day and that is pitcher, Tony Gonsolin.  Gonsolin, 26, was optioned to the […]

Who will make up the Dodgers starting pitching staff in 2020?

Unlike most teams in baseball, the Dodgers have a plethora of starting pitchers to choose from when it comes time to finalize their roster. Of course, there are the obvious candidates that will make the starting rotation. Walker Buehler, Clayton Kershaw and David Price are pretty much guaranteed a spot on the Opening Day roster. […]

Clayton Kershaw’s No-Hitter Anniversary

Picture Credit: Carrie Giordano/Los Angeles Dodgers Where were you when one of this generations best pitchers threw his first No Hitter? Were you at the game or were you sitting at home watching it on TV? It has been five years since Clayton Kershaw through his No-Hitter against the Colorado Rockies. Since then, Clayton Kershaw […]

Is the public determining a Free Agent’s fate, not the player?

Recently, we’ve seen key Free Agents or even players that are playing on a current contract have their future decided by fans and the public. I’ve had this issue on my mind for a while now. I’m referring to Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout specifically. Two of the most prominent players in this current era […]