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Is maturing Yasiel Puig best player in NL?


Is it too soon to call Yasiel Puig the best player in the NL? (Getty Images) Legendary Los Angeles Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully calls him “the wild horse,” basically because he plays the game with reckless abandon. Strong as a bull, he smashes 450-foot home runs and crashes into outfield barriers like they were portable Little League fencing. More...

by Steve Randel | Published 1 year ago

Dee Gordon
By Jake Mastroianni On Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Player on rise: Dee Gordon

Dee Gordon is a big threat on the bases for the Los Angeles Dodgers. We all knew the potential Dee Gordon had, but after three years in the big leagues, we had yet to see it develop. It’s been a different story More...

By Shawn Paul Wood On Sunday, April 6th, 2014

Do MLBP, Dodgers hate animal groups?

When I’m not writing baseball listicles for all to enjoy, my day job is public relations. So, when I have an opportunity to write about both of my passions, I jump on it like Albert Pujols on a hanging curve More...

Los Angeles Dodgers preview
By Jeff Dickinson On Thursday, March 13th, 2014

Los Angeles Dodgers preview: World Series or bust!

Adrian Gonzalez and the Dodgers expect nothing but great things in 2014. (Lance Iverson/USA TODAY Sports) Attention, Los Angeles Dodgers fans! I would like any Dodgers fans who are not excited about the upcoming More...

Rookie of the Year
By Nate Simms On Saturday, March 8th, 2014

Baseball betting: This year’s strongest rotations

Clayton Kershaw is just one piece of the strongest money line rotation in baseball. (Los Angeles Times). In my columns from last season, I regularly argued why pitching is such a deciding factor in successful baseball More...

Few have changed the game like this guy.
By Shawn Paul Wood On Saturday, March 8th, 2014
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RIP: Dr. Frank Jobe, father of Tommy John surgery (1926-2014)

Few have changed the game like Dr. Frank Jobe. It was 1974, in the middle of July, when a Los Angeles Dodgers ace pitcher was mowing down Les Expos. In the top of the third inning, something went awry — two More...

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