Category Archives: Dodger Briefs

How important was winning game one?

According to the Dodgers pre=game notes for game two, pretty damn important. In Dodger postseason history, the club is 6-0 in series when winning Game 1 of a best-of-five set, advancing in the 1974 NLCS vs. Pittsburgh, 1978 NLCS vs. Philadelphia, 1981 NLCS vs. Montreal, 2008 NLDS vs. Chicago, 2009 NLDS vs. St. Louis and …

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Dodger Notes – Offense was halted for one game, is that a trend or an anomaly?

Even with scoring,  only two runs run last night the Dodger offense has been its best weapon in the second half. Since the all-star break: The Dodgers still posted double-digit hits last night and continue to lead the NL in team batting average at .278, and slugging % .468 The Dodgers rank 2nd in the …

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Dodgers put the best day record on the line today at noon

The Dodgers are a season-high 13 games over .500 and you can thank their 17 – 8 record during the day for that lofty ranking. A lot is at stake during the day today, the Dodgers day time win % is .680 but the Giants are right behind them at .676. The Giants will also …

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Dodger Briefs Aug 25th, 2014 – Turner time

Dodgers took two out of three from the Mets,  picking up one full game on the Giants who lost two of three against the Nationals. The Dodger lead now sits at 4.5 games. Dodger record in August is 12 – 11 but they thanks to the Met drubbing last night, they have only scored 85 …

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Dodger Briefs – Aug 20th, 2014

Prospect Jose De Leon hurled a game score gem of 78 last night.  In what might have been the best minor league game pitched all season, De Leon hurled six shutout innings, struck out fourteen, nary a walk, only four hits. In two starts since being promoted to the Loons of the Midwest League, De …

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