Tag Archives: Walker Buehler

Dodgers @ Cubs Series Preview

Levon Satamian | April 23rd, 2019

The Los Angeles Dodgers won three out of four games in Milwaukee against the Brewers. The Chicago Cubs won two out of three games against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Chicago.

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Dodgers @ Rockies Series Preview

Levon Satamian   | April 5th, 2019

 

The Los Angeles Dodgers have started off the season on a high note. They are 5-2, Cody Bellinger is looking like an MVP, Kiké Hernandez seems to have found his groove in the leadoff position, Joc Pederson has dominated right-handed pitchers so far, AJ Pollock has looked impressive, David Freese has been clutch, and yet, the Dodgers best player, Justin Turner, hasn’t done much this season. Just imagine this team when Justin Turner gets it going, along with Corey Seager. Continue reading

Los Angeles Dodgers Season Preview

Levon Satamian | February 27th, 2019

The Dodgers made it back to the World Series last season but fell short yet again. This time to the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox were able to cruise past the Dodgers and defeat them in five games. In the previous season, the Houston Astros beat the Dodgers in seven games. Could the third time be the charm for LA?

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’19 Starting Pitching Top 30

Bruce Cagle Jr. | January 17th, 2019

As we start the new year, all you fantasy baseball fanatics are dying to know who the fantasy industry is favoring. Well as I dip my toes into the big boy pool over at the NFBC (National Fantasy Baseball Championship) I will be bringing you positional ranks from their recent NFBC Draft Champions data. Continue reading

Game 163 – Dodgers vs. Rockies

Kody Clawson | October 1st, 2018

Baseball is weird, which is why it can be so much fun. Today, there will be not one, but two tiebreaker games for division titles! That’s right, we have TWO Game 163s on tap today. And speaking of on tap, one of those will be the Colorado Rockies traveling to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers, because there are no ties in baseball. Unless you’re Bud Selig at the 2002 All-Star Game, but I digress.

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