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I’m probably in a minority among Dodger fans, but it doesn’t matter much to me whether or not the San Francisco Giants win another World Series this year.  By playing so much deeper into the postseason than our “NL West champion” Boys in Blue, they’ve already made the division clinching celebration at Dodger Stadium, less [...]

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It says something for Don Mattingly’s reputation that even after his team comes up victorious, his late-game decision making STILL almost becomes the main headline to be taken out of the game.  Fortunately for him and all those invested in Dodger success, Matt Kemp and Miguel Rojas made it a fairly moot point, as the [...]

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Well for a while, it looked like vengeance WOULD be the story of the day.  Adam Wainwright hitting Yasiel Puig- intentionally or unintentionally, it no longer matters to most Dodger players and fans- woke the team up, in a way that seemed like a nice story that wrote itself.  No longer would the Dodgers allow [...]

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During a post-season (or pre-postseason) rally at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, Tommy Lasorda gave one of  his trademark rah-rah speeches, punctuated with a few words that had some taken aback, even by his bombastic standards.  He finished by saying how we wanted to see the championship banner flown out in centerfield, so he can be [...]

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