Archive for the 'Dodgers' Category

Clayton Kershaw’s been giving up dingers this year. Weird. Should we worry about it?

Sometimes the truth is more mundane than fiction.

“The game, it’s from May 1941. I know ’cause I was there.”

On the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s big league debut, we look back at this pivotal moment in baseball history.

Once heard ’round the world, The Shot is still visible through time.

This squad’s pitching staff is pretty, pretty good.

How do pitchers best deceive batters with their breaking balls?

You think politics can’t affect baseball? Well, what if…?

Old time baseball and old time TV intersect.

Which team’s fans have really suffered the most over the years?

Scrapping historical precedent and starting over with the name game.

“I don’t buy any of that crap.”

With the 2016 season now over, it’s time to incorporate the season’s statistics and see what changes are afoot.

We’re running out of new things to learn from available injury data.

Looking into the post-playing career of a Dodgers first baseman.

Breaking up the Dodgers to see specifically who is Brooklyn’s finest.

These moments had the most impact on the season’s results.

A new prime time TV drama imagines a woman as a major league pitcher.

Is he as good as Koufax? Can we even know for certain?

When fans mistake outfield grass for ocean-side sand.