Tag Archives: Yu Darvish

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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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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Matt Kemp day

It had to be strange for so many writers who predicted that Matt Kemp would never don Dodger Blue after being acquired in the Charlie Culberson trade to be interviewing him on Feb 13th but there he was, still a Dodger as spring training officially opened in Glendale, Arizona. There is BSOYL and then there …

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Dodger odds and ends

We said back in November we expected the Dodgers to have a fairly quiet winter but I didn’t think the team would go into full black bear hibernation mode once the team made the Charlie Culberson deal. As we get ready to head into spring the team that took the field for game seven is …

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Naughty and nice

The Dodger front office had a lot more nice than naughty in calendar 2017 but let’s give a brief rundown of a subjective review of Dodger front office actions. Naughty – asking outfielder Brett Eibner to pitch and then releasing him outright after he blew out his arm. Nice – giving a Sept callup to O`Koyea …

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Dodger free agent musings

The Dodgers have six free agents this year.  I would be comfortable with none of them returning.  Since I can’t speak for the Dodger front office I can only say what I think I’d do. Chase Utley – his postseason failures the past two years have negatively impacted the opinion of his solid regular seasons. …

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Yu Darvish just Dave Goltz’d the fans

Watching the game unfold last night I was struck with a little bit of deja vu. It was kind of eery how game seven mirrored the last time I had sat at Dodger Stadium in a must-win game against the Houston Astros. It was Oct 6th, 1980 and the Dodgers had just swept the Houston Astros …

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Dodgers pin hopes on Yu

Unlike Kershaw and Rich Hill, Yu Darvish has faced the current Houston roster quite a bit since they played in the same division while Yu was playing for the Rangers. Name PA H 2B HR BA OBP SLG OPS Jose Altuve 38 7 2 0 .219 .342 .281 .623 George Springer 18 6 0 2 …

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Dodgers roll a six

Beating the Cubs 6 – 1 and winning their 6th straight postseason game to remain undefeated in October.  Dating back to the regular season the Dodgers have now won eight games in a row. Yu Darvish gave up a home run in the first to Schwarber, add in a couple more hard-hit singles and things …

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Barnes + Bellinger + Bridge = NLCS

Cody Bellinger put on his full display of baseball skills to a National audience on Monday night to lead the Dodgers to a sweep of the Diamondbacks putting them on a possible collision course with the World Champion Cubs who need to win one of the next two games to make it happen. Bellinger had …

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