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Max Muncy continues a Dodger tradition of sterling Dodger 24 hour debuts

Last night Max Muncy made his first start for the Dodgers and did about as well as you could do blasting a home run in his second at-bat and making a highlight reel play at 3rd base when he crossed over foul territory and fired a rocket to nail the runner at 1st base. The …

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All eyes on Kershaw & Morrow

Clayton Kershaw has started four straight game one NLDS,  and while this will be the first time he will start against a division rival in the NLDS everything else should seem familiar. In those previous four starts, the Dodgers have won two games and lost two games. When they have won game one, they have advanced …

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Favorite LAD players by position?

Sometimes the comments at TBLA are stories within themselves. Yesterday they got off on the tangent of Best LAD lineup based on season and that transgressed into Favorite LAD Lineup based simply on players you saw and liked. I’m going to take a swing at the favorite player lineup. Some of these would be easy for …

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Kenley Jansen

was a bit of a baseball fairy tale story. A light switch-hitting minor league catcher with a gun for an arm who first gained notoriety when he played in the 2009 World Cup for the Dutch and was seen throwing out baserunners from his knees. The Dodgers converted him to a pitcher that summer and …

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LAD All-Stars 2000 – 2017, Clayton Kershaw era

Here is a link to all of the LAD All-Stars. Quick 21st-century LAD All-Star notes: The most all-stars this century are the current six in 2017 The Dodgers have a rookie all-star three years in a row with Joc Pederson, Corey Seager, and Cody Bellinger. This will be Kershaw’s 7th straight all-star appearance. Andre Ethier, …

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