Dodgers Bullpen Is Tale Of Two Halves

Is the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen good? There probably has not been a more polarizing…

2019 NL West Preview: Dodgers Still Primed to Dominate Against Rockies, Giants & Padres

The noise surrounding the Los Angeles Dodgers’ failure to sign Bryce Harper and/or Manny Machado has been…

Dodgers Offseason Review: Roster Has Some Questions, But Signings Of Joe Kelly & A.J. Pollock Arguably Improved Team

With less than three weeks until Opening Day, the 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers roster is all but set. So, as we march toward the start…

Quality Depth All Around Suggests 2019 Dodgers Have A Playing Time Problem

On the heels of Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts indicating he anticipated playing Cody Bellinger on a daily basis during…

Understanding Dodgers’ Philosophy Behind Trading Yasiel Puig & Signing A.J. Pollock

Confusion? Anger? Disappointment? There were a slew of reactions when the Los Angeles Dodgers announced the signing of A.J. Pollock to…

Dodgers Bullpen Quietly Taking Form

There might not be anything that has been more agonized over, more debated and more complained about than the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen the past three…

If Dodgers Don’t Sign Bryce Harper, Trading For Corey Kluber Or J.T. Realmuto Would Make More Sense Than Addressing Outfield

Whether it’s the system’s fault or not, one thing is certain: nobody has a clue where Bryce Harper is headed in free agency. And while there are plenty of thoughts to be shared on whether…

Chris Taylor, D.J. LeMahieu And More Internal & External Options Dodgers Could Turn To For Solution At Second Base

It’s weird to think that it’s already January and the Los Angeles Dodgers roster has just as many question marks as it did when the 2018 season ended. Besides the trade completed…

Curious Case Of Austin Barnes, And Why There May Be Reason For Optimism In 2019

I honestly wonder what it’s like to be Austin Barnes right now. He’s currently projected as the starter at catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers yet has spent the offseason not only lamenting his regression…

Dodgers 2018 Player Review: Kenley Jansen

For most mere mortals, the 2018 season Kenley Jansen had would be considered memorable. For Jansen and the Los Angeles Dodgers? A massive disappointment. Coming off…

Dodgers 2018 Player Review: Max Muncy

When the story of the 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers is told, it’s hard to imagine you’d get past the first couple of sentences without mention of Max Muncy. What has been amazing…

Dodgers 2018 Player Review: Kiké Hernandez

Every year since 2015, Kiké Hernandez has seen more plate appearances — and every season his production has improved. In 2018, Hernandez played in 145 games and…