As the calendar turns to the new year, we begin our series of breaking down every Dodger's 2021 Zips Projections. Who will be overrated? Who will be the unsung hero? We have some ideas starting right here with the projected number 1, Mookie Betts. https://twitter.com/truebluela/status/1342536809679503360 Highlights Mookie's 2021 ProjectionsFantasy RankingMookie's 2020 and Career RecapOur Predictions... Continue Reading →
After the Padres made the move to acquire Snell, Kim, and still looking for more like Darvish, some Dodger fans are panicked. The Dodgers have yet to make a single significant (needle moving) signing this offseason even though they lost several players to free agency. But we have one message, DON'T PANIC. Just because a... Continue Reading →
Highlights World Series Team ComparisonGame 6 HighlightsPitchingBatting It's already been an incredible start to the World Series with some huge standouts. The Dodgers dominated game 1, and the Rays game 2. It almost seemed as if both teams chose to use their B guys, against the other team's A guys in the games. The Dodgers... Continue Reading →
The World Series is finally and thankfully here. And surprisingly, the two best teams from the regular season will square off. This is only the second time in the wild card era. (The last was the 2013 Red Sox/Cardinals). And wow, these teams couldn't be more similar and different. https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/1318691061640892417 The Dodgers, even though a... Continue Reading →
This series only has 2 games left at most and several guys on both team could walk away with the NLCS MVP.
GET READY! These are the Dodger and Padres players with the most success in their past against one another.
The Dodgers swept the Brewers 2-0, and the Padres came back from losing game 1 to winning the series against the Cardinals 2-1. Largely due to the reemergence of MVP caliber Tatis who had a MLB leading (t-1st) 5 RBI and 5 Runs scored (1st) in the wild card round. Overall the Dodgers outscored their... Continue Reading →
The Dodgers took care of business in the Wild Card Series. They swept the Brewers 2-0, with a 4-2 and 3-0 win. In both games they never fell behind, only scored 1 run in the seventh inning or later, and hit one home run courtesy of almost 450 feet off Seager's bat. But here are... Continue Reading →
We're here, and it is really happening. After all the uncertainty to start the year, baseball playoffs have arrived. The bubbles are set. Their will be a 2020 World Series Champion. The Dodgers finished the year as the number 1 seed in all of baseball securing "home field" advantage throughout the playoffs no matter what.... Continue Reading →