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Dodgers Win Game 1 Of The World Series

Dodgers Win Game 1 Of The World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers won Game 1 of the 2020 World Series 8-3 against the Tampa Bay Rays, powered by a Cody Bellinger home run and a one-run start from Clayton Kershaw on the mound. Santa Clarita native and Hart High School graduate Tyler Glasnow was the Rays’ starting pitcher for Game 1 and Glasnow had an exceptional game going ...

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Dodgers Complete Comeback To Advance To World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers completed their comeback from a 3-1 deficit in the National League Championship Series (NLCS) with a 4-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves to advance to the World Series where they’ll face the Tampa Bay Rays. “I’m just so proud of these guys,” said manager Dave Roberts after the game. “It’s been a crazy year, guys away ...

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Dodgers Rout Braves 15-3 In NLCS Game 3 Win

Dodgers Rout Braves 15-3 In NLCS Game 3 Win

The Los Angeles Dodgers came out with a vengeance in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series (NLCS) on Wednesday and scored 11 runs in the game’s opening inning, the most scored in a single inning in MLB postseason history, on their way to a 15-3 win over the Atlanta Braves. The first pitch of the game led to a bang-bang ...

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Dodgers Fail To Recover From Early Deficit In 8-7 NLCS Game 2 Loss

Dodgers Fail To Recover From Early Deficit In 8-7 NLCS Game 2 Loss

The Los Angeles Dodgers fell behind 7-0 before they scored their first run in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series (NLCS) against the Atlanta Braves and despite a late rally they failed to overcome the deficit in an 8-7 loss. With Clayton Kershaw a gameday scratch with back spasms, Tony Gonsolin got the pitching start for the Dodgers. ...

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Ninth Inning Meltdown Costs Dodgers NLCS Game 1

Ninth Inning Meltdown Costs Dodgers NLCS Game 1

The Los Angeles Dodgers dropped Game 1 of the National League Championship Series (NLCS) to the Atlanta Braves in a 5-1 loss after a four-run ninth inning from the Braves. The game was a pitching duel through its first eight innings, but the Braves managed to crack things open in the top of the ninth and pile on four runs ...

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Dodgers Prepare To Face Atlanta Braves In NLCS

With their recent sweep of the San Diego Padres in the divisional round, the Los Angeles Dodgers now make their final preparations before their National League Championship Series (NLCS) matchup with the Atlanta Braves kicks off Monday night. The Dodgers are undefeated to this point in the 2020 MLB Postseason and look poised to carry their momentum into their series ...

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Dodgers Hold Off Padres Late Rally For NLDS Game 2 Win

Dodgers Hold Off Padres Late Rally For NLDS Game 2 Win

The Los Angeles Dodgers took control of their National League Divisional Series matchup against the San Diego Padres with a dramatic 6-5 Game 2 win to put themselves up 2-0 in the series. While the Dodgers led by as many as three runs throughout the game, they had to hold off a late offensive surge in the ninth to hang ...

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Dodgers Take NLDS Game 1 Behind Late Offensive Outburst

Dodgers Take NLDS Game 1 Behind Late Offensive Outburst

The Los Angeles Dodgers were powered to a 5-1 win in Game 1 of their National League Divisional Series (NLDS) matchup against the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night by a four-run offensive outburst in the sixth inning. While both teams struggled to get going offensively early, they had taken different approaches to their pitching strategy for the game. The ...

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Two Dodgers Greats Of The 1960s Pass Away

Two Dodger Greats Of The 1960s Pass Away`Two Dodger Greats Of The 1960s Pass Away

“Sweet” Lou Johnson and Ron Perranoski, both members of World Series winning Los Angeles Dodger teams of the 1960s have died. Perranoski, a reliever for the Dodgers for eight of his 13 seasons in the Major League, member of the 1963 and 1965 World Series championship teams and later Dodger pitching coach, died Friday at 84 years old after a ...

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Dodgers Prepare To Face Padres In NLDS

Dodgers Prepare To Face Padres In NLDS

The Los Angeles Dodgers are slated to face off with the San Diego Padres in the National League Divisional Series (NLDS) beginning Tuesday after they recently completed a two-game sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers in the Wildcard round. The two division rivals met ten times over the course of the shortened 2020 regular season and the Dodgers managed to get ...

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