Dodgers World Series Champions

After years of disappointment, the Los Angeles Dodgers finally met the lofty expectations bestowed upon them by the amount of talent they have on their roster. Last night, Los Angeles clinched their first World Series since the gritty, gutty 1988 team stunned the Oakland Athletics. If ever there was aRead More →

Baseball laying on ground

Even though Major League Baseball is on hold, our predictions for the season isn’t. American League East New York Yankees Tampa Bay Rays (wild card) Toronto Blue Jays Boston Red Sox Baltimore Orioles Central Minnesota Twins Cleveland Indians Chicago White Sox Detroit Tigers Kansas City Royals West Oakland A’s HoustonRead More →

Dave Roberts and Joe Kelly at the mound.

What does seven straight division titles and two World Series appearances get you? Desperation. The Los Angeles Dodgers should being thinking slightly different this offseason after coming up short (again) in their quest to win the World Series. When the Dodgers hired president of baseball operations, Andrew Friedman, it sentRead More →

Dave Roberts and Joe Kelly at the mound.

The Washington Nationals are heading to the World Series igniting a city that is quickly threatening to become title town. Meanwhile in Los Angeles, they are thinking about what might have been. They were one game away from beating down a St Louis Cardinals team that was obviously out ofRead More →

Kenley Jansen

As the MLB trade deadline approached, there was plenty of talk whether the Dodgers would get much needed bullpen help. First it was the Washington Nationals adding three pieces to their bullpen. Then there was the Atlanta Braves. The MLB world still waited for the Dodgers to do something big.Read More →

Baseball laying on ground

Here is the official Making The Cut Major League Baseball Predictions: AL East Boston Red Sox New York Yankees Tampa Bay Rays Toronto Blue Jays Baltimore Orioles AL Central Cleveland Indians Minnesota Twins Chicago White Sox Detroit Tigers Kansas City Royals AL West Houston Astros Oakland Athletics Los Angeles AngelsRead More →

Clayton Kershaw on the mound (Photo Credit LA Times)

As soon as Manny Machado struck out, the questions started. Does Machado re-sign? Does Clayton Kershaw, who holds a player option, want to be a Dodger anymore? Neither question has anything to do with the World Series. Those questions had been asked long before the final out happened. Where didRead More →

Dodgers and Brewers logo

The Brewers come into the series smoking hot. They’ve won 11 in a row. They stole the division from the Chicago Cubs. They swept the Colorado Rockies. If you believe in momentum, the Brewers have every bit of it. The Los Angeles Dodgers eliminated the Atlanta Braves in four games.Read More →