How a 14-Pitch At-Bat Exemplifies Chris Taylor’s Second Breakout by Jake Mailhot June 2, 2021 On Monday night, the Dodgers and Cardinals began a three-game series in Chavez Ravine. Los Angeles had just been soundly defeated in a four-game set against the Giants over the weekend and had fallen to third in the NL West.
After a Deep Slump, Muncy Is Maxing Out Again by Jay Jaffe May 25, 2021 Despite losing Corey Seager to a broken right hand, getting less-than-vintage work from Mookie Betts, and continuing to await the return of Cody Bellinger from a hairline fracture of his left fibula, the Dodgers have won seven straight games and
Daily Prospect Notes: 5/20 by Eric Longenhagen May 20, 2021 These are notes on prospects from lead prospect analyst Eric Longenhagen. Read previous installments here. Games from 5/18 Terrin Vavra, MIF/CF, Baltimore Orioles Level & Affiliate: Double-A Bowie Age: 24 Org Rank: 9 FV: 45 Line: 3-for-3, 2 BB, HR Notes This makes five consecutive
No, We Don’t Need to Worry About the Dodgers by Dan Szymborski May 12, 2021 On Tuesday night, the Dodgers were only a Gavin Lux home run away from falling to a .500 record. A .500 record isn’t generally cause for panic, but it would definitely have been a disappointment for the reigning world champions,
The Dodgers Are in Purgatory by RJ McDaniel May 7, 2021 Within the first Dodgers-Cubs game of Tuesday’s doubleheader was one of the worst-executed plays at the plate that I’ve ever seen in a major-league game. Let’s not even get into the fact that it was the bottom of the third and Clayton Kershaw had
Front Office Conference Call Agendas: National League by Kevin Goldstein May 5, 2021 Building off of yesterday’s American League conference call agendas, let’s move on to the National League and see what’s on the docket for the teams of the senior circuit. Arizona Diamondbacks We’re over .500 and we’re banged up. This team is better