Dodgers Monthly Reports

Dodgers September review

After losing 12 games combined in July and August, the Dodgers were 12-15 in September.

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Celebrate the 1988 Dodgers Championship

Almost every baseball fan has seen the video of an injured Gibby rounding the bases and pumping his fist after hitting a homer to win Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. It was the signature moment in the Dodgers’ improbable run to a championship.

Dodgers August review: Deck full of aces

Early in the month of August, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said, "We feel like we can win every game." They came reasonable close to doing just that, with one of the best months in franchise history, led by great performances galore on the mound.

Dodgers July review: Rising to the top

The Dodgers began the month four games back of Arizona and in last place. One of the best months in franchise history propelled them to a 2½-game lead by the end of July, thanks to a 19-6 record.

Dodgers June review: Viva Puig

The Dodgers' superstar rookie outfielder hit .436/.467/.713 with seven home runs in his debut month in Major League Baseball and was a larger than life figure on the baseball field.

Dodgers May review: Bad, bad, bad

Inept offense and a bad back end of the bullpen sent the Dodgers to the worst May record in the 130-year history of the franchise.

Dodgers April review: Offensively challenged

Will the return of Hanley Ramirez revive a Dodgers offense that was mostly dormant in April? Carl Crawford and Adrian Gonzalez could sure use some help.

Dodgers Week 27 (& October) in review

A look back at the final three games of the season for the Dodgers.

Dodgers squandered their September

Despite stellar pitching during the month, the Dodgers needed a hot streak at the end of the month just to finish above .500 in September. The offense was the culprit.

Dodgers August In Review: Break-Even, Again

There was a ton of activity in the month of August, and plenty of ups and downs, but in the end the Dodgers ended up .500, just like the month before. Only this time, they dropped further in the standings.


Dodgers July In Review: Treading Water

The Dodgers in many ways are a team in transition. They started July without Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier, but got them back before the month was half over. By the end of the month, the club added four new players via trade, most notably Hanley Ramirez

Dodgers June In Review: The Worst Offensive Month

The Dodgers ended their June on the lowest of notes, with seven straight losses and five shutouts in their last six games. The Dodgers in June had arguably the worst offensive month for the franchise since moving to Los Angeles.

Dodgers May In Review: Great Story, Horrible Ending

The Dodgers continued to build quite a 2012 story in May, starting the month 16-8 despite losing four starters to the disabled list, including the irreplaceable Matt Kemp. But the ending to that May story was terrible, as the Dodgers lost their last four games of the month and also lost Kemp, again, to a left hamstring injury that will keep him out for the next four weeks, at a minimum.

Dodgers April In Review: The Matt Kemp Show

The Dodgers picked up where they left off at the end of last season. After a 17-11 August and a 17-9 September to end 2011, the Dodgers began 2012 with a 16-7 April, thanks in large part to Matt Kemp and some superb pitching. April also marked the end of the Frank McCourt ownership of the franchise. Will May bring more Magic?

Dodgers September In Review: A Strong Finish

The Dodgers in August had their best month in a calendar year, going 17-11. In September, they were even better, at 17-9, and finished the season with a winning record.

Dodgers August In Review: By Far, The Best Month Of The Year

The Dodgers had their best month in quite some time in August, going 17-11 for their first winning month since June 2010. They got fantastic pitching, which isn't necessarily a new thing, but combined it with a major league offense for once. The Dodgers in August both scored their most runs and allowed their fewest runs of any month this season.

Dodgers July In Review: Keep The Scoring To A Minimum

The Dodgers in July were rather mediocre, and no team saw fewer runs scored in their games during the month than did the Dodgers. However, they finished at 12-13 for July, and had their seventh straight non-winning month. Here are the details...

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