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1988 World Series, Game 2

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No. 76: Greatest seasons in Dodgers history: Corey Seager, 2016

The Rookie of the Year!

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The 6th time is the charm

A breakdown of all six — yes, six — career starts for Clayton Kershaw on June 4, including each of the first five years of his career.

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Draft profile: Bobby Miller, Louisville RHP

A look at Louisville right-handed pitcher Bobby Miller, who might be available for the Los Angeles Dodgers to pick in the first round of the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft, with the 29th overall pick.

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A closer look at Florida State right-handed pitcher C.J. Van Eyk, projected by Keith Law at The Athletic to be picked in the first round by the Dodgers in the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft.

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A simulated sweep

The Dodgers travel to New York for a three-game series in Out of the Park Baseball 21.

Dave Roberts: ‘People of color want to be heard’

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1952 World Series, Game 7

Watch Game 7 of the World Series between the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees at Ebbets Field, one of the oldest baseball television broadcasts on record.

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The importance of Pee Wee embracing Jackie

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Rolling sevens

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MLBPA delivers proposal to MLB on Sunday

A step in the right direction... hopefully

On this date: Tommy Lasorda strikes out 25 in 15-inning complete game

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A pair of no-decisions

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What bobblehead would you like to see the Dodgers give out?

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1974 World Series, Game 1

Today’s Dodgers watch party is 1974 World Series, Game 1 against the Oakland A’s, known primarily in Los Angeles for an amazing throw by Joe Ferguson.

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Bobblehead No. 4: Pee Wee Reese & Roy Campanella

An incredible bobblehead for an incredible moment

A pair of 10-strikeout games

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All the details of the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft, which will be televised June 10-11 by MLB Network, ESPN, and ESPN2.

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