The Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Yankees became the first teams to reach 80 wins on the season. The Dodgers had previously been the first team to reach 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70 wins, and this is the first time all year another team has been… Continue reading Dodgers and Yankees both reach 80 wins…Coincidence, I think not…
On July 31st at 1pm, the MLB trade deadline will officially be upon all 30 MLB teams. This means that teams have until tomorrow to make a trade with another team to help prepare their team for the postseason. This year will be the first time since the creation of… Continue reading What is the biggest need for the Dodgers at the trade deadline
Image: Dodgers unveil new All Star Game logo for 2020 All Star Game / Photo Credit: @Dodgers The Dodgers announced yesterday plans for a massive upgrade to the third oldest ballpark in baseball this offseason. The news comes as the Dodgers officially unveiled the 2020 All Star game logo to… Continue reading Dodgers announce plans for Chavez Ravine renovation
This past weekend, the Los Angeles Dodgers got three big pieces back from the injured list. David Freese and Corey Seager returned from hamstring injuries suffered in June, and Seager got to make his first ever appearance at Fenway Park. AJ Pollock made his return after missing most of the… Continue reading Corey Seager, AJ Pollock, and David Freese all return from Injury
July is a great time of year for baseball fans. The NBA and NHL seasons are over, the NFL is still 2 months away from its first preseason game, and people are enjoying their summer nights at the ballpark. But for one ex-MLB player, July 1st is like Christmas. Why you may ask? Well, this… Continue reading Happy Bobby Bonilla Day
This past weekend, Dodger rookies Matt Beaty, Alex Verdugo, and Will Smith became the first trio of rookie teammates to ever hit back to back to back walk off home runs in consecutive games in Dodger history. Beaty’s walk off had an interesting story… Continue reading Dodger rookies make history!
As we approach the dog days of summer in the MLB season, it's becoming clearer to me that the Dodgers absolutely won the offseason when they did NOT sign Bryce Harper. So far this year, Harper has put up decent numbers in Philadelphia, hitting .251 with 11 Home Runs and… Continue reading Why the Dodgers ultimately won by NOT signing Bryce Harper