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Dodgers To Play In 2020, MLB Announces Regular Season Return

Dodgers To Play In 2020, MLB Announces Regular Season Return

The Los Angeles Dodgers will see the field this year as Major League Baseball (MLB) commissioner Rob Manfred announced a deal had been reached to move forward with the 2020 regular season. A handful of details accompanied the announcement, as teams and league officials hammer out the final details of the return to play. “Major League Baseball is thrilled to ...

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Dodgers ‘Very Hopeful’ For 2020 Season, Introduces Salary Reductions To Avoid Furloughs

The Dodgers’ organization is “very hopeful” that the 2020 baseball season is going to commence, but is implementing salary reductions to avoid furloughing staff, officials said Wednesday. “Coronavirus has caused grave health issues as well as widespread financial hardships for many people and also for businesses,” the Dodgers said in a statement. The virus also has created uncertainty regarding the ...

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Santa Clarita Dodger Day Returns; Tickets To Benefit Saugus High Shooting Victims

Santa Clarita Dodger Day is returning for its 43rd annual year this summer, with a portion of ticket sale proceeds set to benefit Saugus High shooting victims, officials said Monday. This year, the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Colorado Rockies at Dodger Stadium on June 7 at 1:10 p.m., according to the City of Santa Clarita.  Tickets for the ...

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L.A. Dodgers Visit Saugus High School, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station 

L.A. Dodgers Visit Saugus High School

The Los Angeles Dodgers visited Saugus High School and the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station on Friday to honor first responders.  Members of the Dodgers met with Saugus students in a campus rally as part of the 17th annual community service week “Dodger Love L.A. Community Service Tour.” The week is focused on showing gratitude to public servants, first responders, ...

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L.A. Dodgers Visiting Santa Clarita To Thank Saugus High Shooting First Responders

L.A. Dodgers Visiting Santa Clarita To Thank Saugus High Shooting First Responders

Players from the Los Angeles Dodgers are expected to visit Santa Clarita on Friday for a lunch thanking first responders from November’s Saugus High shooting. The Dodgers kicked off their 17th annual community service week on Monday. The event is officially titled the “Dodger Love L.A. Community Service Tour, presented by Bank of America,” and is focused on showing gratitude ...

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Dodgers Fall Short Of Expectations In Season-Ending Game 5 Loss

Dodgers Fall Short Of Expectations In Season-Ending Game 5 Loss

The ghosts of Octobers past once again returned to haunt the Dodgers Wednesday night at Chavez Ravine, as the Dodgers lost 7-3 to the Washington Nationals in the deciding game five of the National League Divisional Series (NLDS). “It’s one of those things that you can’t script,” said Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts. “Very disappointing is probably an understatement.” Through the ...

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What 2 Watch 4 – W2W4 – Big Games This Week

Valencia (3-3, 1-0) vs Hart (4-2, 1-0) High School Football Friday, 7:00 p.m., College of the Canyons Valencia got back on track with a cruising 31-3 win over Canyon, and the Indians won their fourth in a row. It even moved Hart up to 7th in Division 4. Perhaps the biggest rivalry in Foothill League football these days hasn’t been ...

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Dodgers Pushed To The Brink After Quiet Game Four Loss

Past Looms Over Dodgers As They Begin Their Postseason Run

“I don’t think he had [the] command tonight, to be quite honest,” said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts in regards to Julio Urias. Urias came on in relief of a 1-1 game and prompty surrendered three runs to bust the game open. Tune in to tonight’s presser. #NLDS https://t.co/wlCNNTXd3k — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 8, 2019 Max Scherzer controlled the ...

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Dodgers Take Back Control In Game 3 Win Over Nationals

Through the fifth inning of Sunday’s game in Washington D.C., a nervous energy had begun to creep into the city of Los Angeles. Down 2-0 to the Nats with no real offense to speak of over the previous 14 innings of the NLDS, it all changed with two outs in the top of the sixth inning. So far in the ...

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