Tag Archives: dodgers

What I have learned over the first two weeks of the 2018 MLB season

We’re two weeks into the 2018 season, and already there have been some quite surprising developments. Firstly, the Dodgers are struggling. A team that came within one game of winning its first World Series championship since 1988 was the overwhelming ...

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The poetic postseason possibilities of America’s favorite pastime

The 2016 Major League Baseball postseason is arguably the most poetic that this or any generation has seen since 1903 when the first World Series was played. With the San Francisco Giants having been eliminated by the Chicago Cubs last ...

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Vin Scully: A humble ending of an iconic career

Vin Scully, 88, is not worried about the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball franchise suffering without him. “A year or so, however long it takes, you’ll be history, and I know that,” Scully said in an interview with the Los Angeles ...

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Kudos: Giants-Dodgers unite for Stow

Monday’s game at AT&T Park was an emotional one. Prior to the National Anthem, former Giants infielder Juan Uribe reunited with his teammates on the pitcher’s mound when presented his World Series ring by managing general partner Bill Neukom. A ...

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