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Russell Martin, pitching coach Rick Honeycutt and Kershaw.
On May 25, 2008 Clayton Kershaw made his Major League debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers against the St. Louis Cardinals wearing number 54.
Kershaw struck out seven and walked one, while allowing Continue reading 10 Years of Clayton Kershaw
With only a week to go before the start of the 2018 season Dodger fans were heartbroken when they learned of the pitch that fractured Justin Turner’s wrist, which would send him to the disabled list until the middle of May. Although the team was pretty much the same from the previous year, making little roster moves during the offseason, fans still knew it would be Continue reading With Justin Turner Back in the Lineup, Dodgers Hope to Turn the Tide
It is expected that Justin Turner will return to the lineup on Tuesday in Miami, along with Logan Forsythe.
It was heartbreaking, to say the least, when Dodger fans learned that Turner broke his wrist during Spring Training putting him on the disabled list since March.
The Dodgers are currently off to their worst 40-game start since 1958.
Turner was recently quoted saying that he’s “not a savior” but at this point, any difference can only be good for the Dodgers.
Are you excited to see Turner return to the lineup? How do you think his presence will make an impact on the team?
Exploring a new stadium can cause uncertainty, which is why I’ve put together a few basic tips for visiting Dodger Stadium.
Arriving at Dodger Stadium
Stadium gates open two hours before each game, giving fans plenty of time to find their seats and explore the stadium. If Continue reading Stadium Tips: The Ins and Outs of Dodger Stadium
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Andre Ethier at Angel Stadium
With the recent struggles from the Dodgers, many can’t help but wonder, “Where is Andre Ethier?”
Continue reading What’s He Up To? Free Agent Andre Ethier Update
Visiting a ballpark is a great way to explore a new city while cheering for your favorite team when they’re away from home.
Before the season is over, MLB releases their schedules for the following year, making it convenient for fans to plan their trips around their favorite team. Continue reading Travel Tips for Seeing Your Favorite Baseball Team
MLB has celebrated Jackie Robinson Day since 2004 honoring the day he made his Major League debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.
On April 15, every player and coaching staff where’s the number 42 in his honor.
Thank you, Jackie Robinson.
A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives – Jackie Robinson