After tonight, the Dodgers are guaranteed at least one more home game this postseason.
The Dodgers and Astros kicked off Game 1 Tuesday night, and it was over in a hurry.
If the Chicago Cubs weren’t drained already, last night’s Game 4 may have done it.
The Dodgers needed to take care of business at home. Suffice to say, they did just that.
John Lackey versus Justin Turner with the game on the line? It’s postseason baseball, folks.
Thought Astros/Yankees would be good? Don’t get us started on Cubs/Dodgers.
The Dodgers are cruising, and starting to remind us all of earlier in the season.
Clayton Kershaw hit a wall in the dreaded 7th, but Justin Turner added plenty of offense.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are nearly on a record-setting pace. They’re getting key pieces back. They just added another. Who’s going to stop them?
While rookie sensation Cody Bellinger continues to rightfully “steal” the headlines out in LA, Justin Turner is having the season of his life so far.
Corey Seager, Justin Turner and Clayton Kershaw continue producing. But it’s Julio Urías who takes the biggest step forward as the Dodgers win the NL West.
We’re almost through January and the MLB Offseason has stalled. So, let’s look back at some of the most promising additions over the past few months.
Looking ahead to 2017, re-signing Justin Turner was essential for the Dodgers. Now that they have, they could even address another infield position.
After a couple weeks of stars changing teams and others bagging huge potential returns, the Los Angeles Dodgers retained another key player: Kenley Jansen.
He’s going to be expensive for anyone going after him, but he’s also one of the better bats on the market. We move on to third base, and Justin Turner.
The Dodgers are in this for the championships, but they continue to come up short.
How did Game 5 between the Mets and Dodgers look through the eyes of social media?
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