Tag Archives: Alex Wood

Ryu looks to extend his walkless streak

Ryu has yet to walk a batter in 2019. He went 15 spring training innings without a walk and has followed that up with 13 innings to start the season without a walk. At thirteen innings, Ryu has the fifth-best mark to in LAD history for starters to start a season without a walk. Just …

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Kluber and Kershaw?

Many folks who work the trade routes have said the Dodgers and Indians are talking trade with perennial CYA candidate Corey Kluber the Dodger target. Given the depth of the Dodger rotation that seems like a strange pairing for me. The rotation seems a bit loaded with Buehler, Kershaw, Ryu, Hill, Wood, Urias, Stripling, and …

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Kenta Maeda has the best two game stretch in his three year career

Fresh off of his best game ever in the major leagues, Kenta followed it up with another gem giving him a two-game, game score total of 164, by far his best two games back to back.  Kenta has had only five games out of sixty-six starts with a game score >= 75 and two of …

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Dodger pitching finds the footing just in time

The Dodgers went into the weekend against the Nationals without Clayton Kershaw and came away with three victories as Ross Stripling saved the rotation and the bullpen saved the rotation when Rich Hill ripped off a blister and didn’t record one out in his start. Kenta Maeda got the pitching rolling with a fantastic getaway …

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Just another game score of 81 for Brother in Arms, Clayton Kershaw

Usually, when a pitcher puts up a game score of 81 it is one of the best games of his career. For Clayton Kershaw is was just another brilliant game. If you want to read more about Clayton Kershaw, past the simple numbers I’m about to show you below, I suggest you quickly connect to …

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Rotation update

The Dodger rotation is the strength of the team and unlike many years it comes into spring with everyone healthy. Not only are the top five rotation options healthy but everyone except Julio Urias is also healthy. Which is a good thing because the team doesn’t go as deep this year as they have in …

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Only Bellinger and Kershaw crack top MLB award player finalists

Cody Bellinger is a shoe-in for the 2017 NL ROY but that will probably be the only hardware the team with the best record in baseball will acquire. Clayton Kershaw is in the finals with Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg for the NL CYA. At one time this summer it seemed as if the Dodgers …

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Alex Wood shows both sides of the win

Keith Law has a great book out right now called Smart Baseball telling us in one of the early chapters how wins are a ridiculous stat because so much of a win is team based. I’ve gotten through about five chapters so far and have learned nothing new except on how to tell baseball fans …

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Alex Wood about to pounce on the Vulture

In 1966 Phil Regan won fourteen games as a relief pitcher for the NL Champion Dodgers and earned the nickname “The Vulture” for pilfering wins from the starting pitchers.  He also only lost one game and has the greatest winning percentage of any Los Angeles Dodger with at least twelve wins. Eric Stephen explains how …

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Kershaw and Wood have been unbeatable

Per the Dodger media notes,  was the little tidbit that the Dodgers have won Clayton Kershaw’s last fourteen starts. They have also won the last eleven starts by Alex Wood. The Dodgers have not lost a game started by either Kershaw or Wood since May 1st. The Kershaw victory last night was his 141st which …

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