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Dodgers Defeat Royals 7-5 in Kershaw's Spring Training Debut

Dodgers Defeat Royals 7-5 in Kershaw's Spring Training Debut

Anthony Vallesteros March 5th, 2021 3 minute read Features

The Los Angeles Dodgers took on the Kansas City Royals on Friday afternoon in Surprise, Arizona. This game was a matchup of the two teams likely Opening Day starters in Clayton Kershaw and Brad Keller. The Dodgers won 7-5 over 9 innings with the... more »

The Best Seat in the House

The Best Seat in the House

March 5th, 2021 4 minute read

Baseball games began to look different to fans last season when they were not allowed to attend games at Dodger Stadium. Fans were not permitted until the latter rounds of the playoffs in the Arlington playoff hub. But as Dodger fans know, we have... more »

Celebrities Who Attend Dodger Games

Celebrities Who Attend Dodger Games

Olivia Hanks March 5th, 2021 2 minute read Features

When attending Dodger games, there is always that excitement of seeing a celebrity at the game. Here are some celebrities who are regulars at the games.    Photo via Entertainment Tonight 1. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher This That 70’s Show couple have been pictured at a lot of Dodger games, even at playoff games. Kunis... more »

Will Lack Of 2020 Celebration Motivate The Dodgers To Win?

Will Lack Of 2020 Celebration Motivate The Dodgers To Win?

Rudy Aguado March 5th, 2021 3 minute read Features

In October 2020, the city of Los Angeles became the city of champions as Angelinos got to witness two professional teams win a championship. The Lakers won their 17th championship, and the Dodgers won the World Series after ending a 32-year... more »

Dodgers Lose to the Cubs 7-0

Dodgers Lose to the Cubs 7-0

Michael Higgins March 4th, 2021 2 minute read Breaking News

The Dodgers lost to the Chicago Cubs by a lopsided score of 7-0. It is safe to say this is not what Dave Roberts and the rest of the Los Angeles Dodgers had planned for Thursday night. Image via Harry How/Getty Images Jimmy Nelson and Josiah... more »

Comparing the Dodgers 1989 season to the Upcoming Season

Comparing the Dodgers 1989 season to the Upcoming Season

Olivia Hanks March 4th, 2021 3 minute read Features

With the new baseball season quickly coming to a start, the million-dollar question being asked is if the Dodgers have it in them to win another championship, back-to-back.    While there have only been a handful of teams to do so, the most recent team to do so were the New York Yankees who won from 1998-2000, making that three wins in a row.    The Dodgers have yet to win a championship back-to-back. Let’s dive back in time to see what went wrong after their 1988 win. ... more »

California Working With MLB to Allow Fans on Opening Day

California Working With MLB to Allow Fans on Opening Day

Charlotte Walker March 4th, 2021 1 minute read Breaking News

During a press conference on Wednesday, California Governor, Gavin Newsom seemed confident that fans would be in attendance come opening day. “We have confidence that when you look forward to April, to Opening Day,” Newsom said, “... more »

Which Dodger Players Have Been Impressive So Far In Spring Training

Which Dodger Players Have Been Impressive So Far In Spring Training

Rudy Aguado March 3rd, 2021 4 minute read Features

The Dodgers already have a lot of talent on their squad, but they also brought on 31 non-roster invitees to participate in the team's Cactus League play. For the entire month of March, the team’s prospects are given a chance to earn a spot on... more »

Can Zach McKinstry Take on Kiké Hernández's Role?

Can Zach McKinstry Take on Kiké Hernández's Role?

Zachary Kufka March 3rd, 2021 4 minute read

Some people would say that the utility role wasn’t that big of a role on a major league baseball team in the past. But over the past few years, two players for the Los Angeles Dodgers have shown that a utility player can come in clutch in so... more »

MLB Team's Reopening Plans for 2021 Season

MLB Team's Reopening Plans for 2021 Season

Charlotte Walker March 2nd, 2021 2 minute read Breaking News

Many teams have begun releasing their plans to have fans back, starting opening day. Masks will be required at all stadiums under Major League Baseball rules.  New York Gov. Cuomo has agreed to let stadiums open at 10% capacity. This will... more »