Tag Archives: Dustin Nosler

Hard to beat what the Dodger rotation has done since 2016 but what of 2020?

Below is the list of pitchers since 2016 with at least 50 starts and an ERA+ greater than 130. Dodgers have almost a full rotation on this list even though only fifteen pitchers made the cut. Kershaw hasn’t won a CYA since 2014 but still has the highest ERA+ of anyone on the list. Ryu …

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Too much patience or too little?

Baseball writer Craig Minami made the following comment in a TrueBlueLa comment section last night.  It is the mantra of the common sense baseball fan who can look at a team from afar and realize that team building takes place over twelve months with no offseason. The team you see in December is not the …

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Degrom is the best option this July

Standing pat is not an option for Dodger fans this July. The Dodgers are still a loaded team as they pass the halfway mark in games played but it is still a team that could use help as they try to catch and pass a good Diamondback team in their quest to get back to …

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Give the people what they want

Ha ha, yesterday someone started following me on twitter for the simple reason I had made a reference  to Dennis Santana.  That got me one of my best responses to a farm report so in that vein here is an in depth report on Dennis Santana the best pitching prospect in the system that no …

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Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers are 11 – 1 in Cactus League play

When you take a peek at the spring training standings you’ll notice a strange sight with both Los Angeles teams leading their respective leagues. Or course there is only one Los Angeles baseball team but the other team that uses the moniker of Los Angeles has now won seventeen straight cactus league games. They are …

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Resurgent Matt Kemp

I haven’t written about my old buddy in a while and with good reason. Earlier this season Matt was having one of those weird seasons that made stat folk look up to see who else had done this. and not in a good way In Matt Kemp’s first 64 games of 2016 he had managed …

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