Tag Archive: L.A. Dodgers

Aug 21

Yasiel Puig’s Tardiness Shouldn’t be Cause for Los Angeles Dodgers’ Concern Yet

Just when it seemed like things just couldn’t get any better for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Yasiel Puig proved he’s not completely perfect. It’s not exactly trouble in paradise, but Puig showed up half an our late for L.A.’s game against the Miami Marlins on Tuesday and was fined by the team. Puig also didn’t …

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Jun 14

VenomStrikes.com: These Suspensions Don’t Make Any Sense!


The suspensions were finally handed out today for the melee that occurred at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday. Over the last two days, I have been giving out “mock suspensions” in my head on what I thought might be the outcome. I was way off! Ian Kennedy has been suspended 10 games, which makes sense because …

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Jun 12

Rant Sports: Diamondbacks vs. Dodgers Brawl Should be Turning Point for MLB


Ian Kennedy is apparently jealous of the NBA because he made headlines the same night the San Antonio Spurs blew out the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the 2013 NBA Finals. Kennedy beaned Los Angeles Dodgers rookie phenom Yasiel Puig in the face and then pegged Dodgers ace Zack Greinke in the shoulder, sparking a …

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Sep 04

Dodgers Weekly Report: So Close To Going Undefeated


With a six-game winning streak in hand, a 3-0 Sunday lead and Clayton Kershaw on the mound, an undefeated week seemed likely for the Dodgers. However, sometimes baseball throws a curveball, and the Dodgers’ winning streak was snapped. For the second consecutive week, the Dodgers won all their games, including an extra-inning win on Saturday, until a one-run loss on Sunday. [...]

Jun 12

Updated MLB Predictions


The Red Sox seemed out of it a month ago, and yet here they are. Certainly this most competitive division; even with the Orioles at at an MLB-worst 19-43, the AL EAST is 23 games over .500.

AL EAST: As predicted, this is a red-hot race. The three pre-season favorites are all within 5 games, and Toronto[...] The two surprises in my book: [...]

Jan 16

Must Be Payday(even for the Dodgers)


That’s probably what Josh Johnson and his agent woke up thinking today. Luckily for both them and the Marlins, that rang true as Johnson will remain a fish for the next four years. Johnson was stellar last season posting a 15-5; 3.23ERA season where he pitched more innings than gave up hits(also and All-Star)! The …

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