Dodgers: Pitching Power Rankings

The Dodgers are so loaded with pitching talent, that young phenoms Julio Urias, Dustin May, and Tony Gonsolin may all be competing for the 5TH STARTER roster spot. Friedman traded away two veteran relievers because the Dodgers don't have enough innings to give them. The bullpen has at least 6 pitchers with saves in their... Continue Reading →

2021 Dodger Projections and Our Calls

After the Padres made the move to acquire Snell, Kim, and still looking for more like Darvish, some Dodger fans are panicked. The Dodgers have yet to make a single significant (needle moving) signing this offseason even though they lost several players to free agency. But we have one message, DON'T PANIC. Just because a... Continue Reading →

World Series Stats

Highlights World Series Team ComparisonGame 6 HighlightsPitchingBatting It's already been an incredible start to the World Series with some huge standouts. The Dodgers dominated game 1, and the Rays game 2. It almost seemed as if both teams chose to use their B guys, against the other team's A guys in the games. The Dodgers... Continue Reading →

3 Keys for a Dodger’s World Series Win

1) Beat The Rays Starters The Rays have possibly the best trio of starters in baseball, Glasnow, Snell, and Morton. (Granted two of them are having very average postseasons) If the Dodgers want to win this series, the other starters need to follow Kershaw's example and out-pitch their counterpart. Luckily, the Dodgers have the ability... Continue Reading →

Dodgers Vs. Braves Breakdown

Here we are. The NLCS. And of what a matchup it will be. Our last comparisons have been mostly spot on. Here's to going 3 for 3. Catcher Dodgers: Will Smith / Austin Barnes Braves: Travis d'Arnaud / Tyler Flowers Will Smith wasn't able to find any grass until the last game of the NLDS... Continue Reading →

Dodgers v. Padres: NLDS Preview

The Dodgers swept the Brewers 2-0, and the Padres came back from losing game 1 to winning the series against the Cardinals 2-1. Largely due to the reemergence of MVP caliber Tatis who had a MLB leading (t-1st) 5 RBI and 5 Runs scored (1st) in the wild card round. Overall the Dodgers outscored their... Continue Reading →

Dodger’s Wild Card Studs

The Dodgers took care of business in the Wild Card Series. They swept the Brewers 2-0, with a 4-2 and 3-0 win. In both games they never fell behind, only scored 1 run in the seventh inning or later, and hit one home run courtesy of almost 450 feet off Seager's bat. But here are... Continue Reading →

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