Craig Kimbrel is still out there on the free agent market, and I believe the Dodgers need to step up and sign the 31 year old reliever to at least a one year deal. Here’s why. Image: Craig Kimbrel pitching for the Red Sox at Dodger Stadium in the 2018… Continue reading Why the Dodgers should sign Craig Kimbrel
Over this past weekend, the Dodgers got their first chance to play the San Diego Padres since Manny Machado signed the 10-year $300 million contract, and since the Padres called up two of their top prospects. The Dodgers took two of the three games from the Padres, however the games… Continue reading Should the Dodgers start taking the Padres a little more seriously?
On Sunday afternoon, the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-5 in the finale of a four game series. While many fans just viewed this as a good win to cap off the weekend, the win actually had bigger implications for this years playoffs then many people might have… Continue reading Why Sunday’s win could have big impact come October
Clayton Kershaw made his 2019 regular season debut last night vs the Cincinnati Reds. Kershaw went seven innings allowing five hits, two runs, zero walks, while striking out six on 84 pitches in the Dodgers 4-3 win. While Kershaw did not get the win last night, Dodger fans have a… Continue reading The return of the Klaw: Clayton Kershaw’s season debut
Dodgers 1st baseman/outfielder Cody Bellinger was named the National League player of the week for the week of March 31st through April 7th. Bellinger was on fire, going 13 for 29 (.448 avg) with 13 runs scored, two doubles, one triple, four home runs, and 11 RBI’s in seven games.… Continue reading Cody Bellinger: Your National League player of the week
The Dodgers have started the season 4-2, winning three of their first four games vs the Arizona Diamondbacks, and splitting the first two games of a three game series with the San Francisco Giants. With the first week of play in the book for the Dodgers I wanted to… Continue reading My 3 biggest takeaways from the Dodgers opening week
Today, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Mike Trout agreed to a 12-year 430 million dollar deal to keep Trout in Anaheim for the rest of his professional career. Trout will make $33.25 million for the next two seasons, then make $36 million a year until the 2030 season. … Continue reading Mike Trout: The new richest man in north American pro sports history.