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Madison belted a ball to the warning track for a sacfly RBI down 3-0. Then the next inning down 3-1 he hit a 2 out grand slam on the first pitch.

 

Ah this douche nozzle is finally bant, now back to Dodger baseball.

 

Dodgers whooped the Snakes last night 6-0 behind outstanding performances by Ryu and Agon.

Now 7-4.

 

 

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Looking good despite the early injury woes.

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The Big Dog is back.

 

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30 plus games later Clayton makes his 2nd start and goes 7 shutout innings in a victory versus the Nationals.

2 games back in the West this may be the boost the Dodgers need although it's been the bats lacking more than the arms so far this season.

Typical of the best pitcher in baseball Kershaw gets the Dodgers started beating out a base hit to start the hit and run parade in the 8-3 victory.

Go Blue!

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Congratulations to Josh Beckett. Hasn't notched a win since Sept 2012.

Has pitched very well this season but like most of the pitching staff is suffering from little to no run support.

Another great start, one run allowed and the W tonight as the Dodger bats flex their collective muscles.

 

 

 

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Beckett now 1-1 with a shiny 2.38 ERA.

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Bumgarner > Kershaw

 

 

So apparently this idiot is back, needing another bant Mods.

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2007 North Carolina 4A State Champion

2008 Class A South Atlantic League Champion

2009 Class A+ California League Champion

2010 MLB World Series Champion

2012 MLB World Series Champion

Championship Statistics-

5 starts, 5-0 W/L, 36 IP, 3 ER, 6 BB, 44 K

But hey, Kershaw gets all the media attention & media awards!!! Go Dodgers!!!

 

Because Kershaw is better perhaps?

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Puig is playing lights out the last 2 weeks. I hope he can keep it up. 

 

The bullpen needs to get their act together.

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Puig is playing lights out the last 2 weeks. I hope he can keep it up. 

 

The bullpen needs to get their act together.

 

 

Puig is playing well now and maturing.

 

You're right about the bullpen. Our setup man Bryan Wilson has an era north of 10.

Our closer Kenley Jansen is north of 4.

 

Starting pitching is outstanding, bats need to come alive and the top of the bullpen needs to pull their heads out of their asses.

 

Dee Gordon may be the catalyst that keeps the Blue afloat while the rest of the roster figures it out. Batting .318 and 25 Stolen Bases already. Incredible.

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Ladies and gentleman, the most exciting man in baseball.

 

 

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