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26 Best Memes of the Houston Astros Winning the World Series Against the Los Angeles Dodgers

Posted on 2 Nov, 2017, by in MLB

One of the most fun World Series in recent years is over: The Houston Astros are the champions, while the Los Angeles Dodgers mostly appear in memes mocking them.

MLB Rumors: Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers & the Potential Yasiel Puig-Ryan Braun Trade

Posted on 14 Sep, 2016, by in NFL

The Milwaukee Brewers have been considering trading Ryan Braun for quite some time, not finding the right partner. The Los Angeles Dodgers have had the same thoughts about Yasiel Puig. Turns out the two teams almost traded with each other, and although it didn’t work this season before the deadline, it doesn’t mean there isn’t a future to this deal. More

MLB Rumors – Dodgers, Mets, Reds, Jay Bruce & Yasiel Puig

Posted on 31 Jul, 2016, by in MLB

The trade deadline is just around the corner, and things are heating up. The Cincinnati Reds are entertaining a number of offers for Jay Bruce, including the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets. One proposed avenue is the Dodgers swapping Yasiel Puig for the Reds outfielder. More

MLB Rumors – Yankees, Dodgers & Rockies Waiting for Domestic Violence Punishments

Posted on 21 Feb, 2016, by in MLB

One cloud of doubt and worry hovering over a few team’s heads is the pending suspension due to alleged domestic violence. This is true in regards to the New York Yankees with Aroldis Chapman, the Los Angeles Dodgers with Yasiel Puig and Jose Reyes on the Colorado Rockies. More

MLB Playoffs – St. Louis Cardinals Flip Series, Los Angeles Dodgers Mostly Complaining

Posted on 7 Oct, 2014, by in MLB

The home run hitting ability of Matt Carpenter has kicked into extra gear in the postseason, hitting his third consecutive homer to help the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 and take a 2-1 lead in the series after being the worst long-ball hitting team in baseball during the regular season. More

Dodgers Over Phillies – Back to Dominating Form

Posted on 24 May, 2014, by in MLB

After getting destroyed on his previous start Clayton Kershaw was back in the form everyone is used to seeing him in, which means almost unhittable, as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-0 to open the three-game series in the city of brotherly love. More

Mets Over Dodgers – Amazing Catches & Mistakes Dominate

Posted on 23 May, 2014, by in MLB

There is no team in Baseball as talented as the Los Angeles Dodgers, and few players have the skill set of Yasiel Puig, or the ability to make incredible plays next to self-destructive ones such as the talented right fielder in the losing effort against the New York Mets who came away with the 5-3 win, ending the impressive run Zack Greinke was having. More

Dodgers Over Padres – Order is Restored

Posted on 2 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

It wasn’t the smoothest of pitching performances from Zack Greinke, but the Los Angeles Dodgers came through with their first win this season on American soil, beating the San Diego Padres 3-2 thanks to a two-run homer from Yasiel Puig and a finishing touch from Dee Gordon. More

Great Hitting Makes Up for Anything (Braves vs Dodgers)

Posted on 7 Oct, 2013, by in MLB

The Los Angeles Dodgers were already using their relief pitcher in the middle of the 4th inning, but with the kind of hitting they produced once again in the NLDS series against the Atlanta Braves, there was nothing stopping them from moving a step closer to finishing off the series. More

Ian Kennedy Sparks the Brawl of the Season (Diamondbacks vs Dodgers)

Posted on 12 Jun, 2013, by in MLB

In order to stop special players, some pitchers resort to what people like to refer as bush-league tactics. So Ian Kennedy decided to use his talents to hit Yasiel Puig in the face with a pitch, followed by going after Zach Greinke, who is just as much to blame for the brawl that ensued, and the ejections, as the result in the game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Los Angeles Dodgers didn’t seem to matter anymore. More