Dodgers designed hitter J.D. Martinez hit five home runs and drove in 12 runs with a 1.708 OPS, and won National League player of the week for the period of September 18-24.
The Dodgers had a great week, taking five of seven from the Tigers and Giants, all but eliminating San Francisco from playoff contention in the process.
Taylor batted in the tie-breaking run after facilitating a spectacular double play in the 10th.
Will Smith’s struggles in the second half can be attributed to a broken rib and oblique strain, plus more on Emmet Sheehan’s postseason rotation bid, Fernando Valenzuela being named the tenth greatest Dodger of all time, and Clayton Kershaw.
The Dodgers face the Rockies in a split doubleheader at Coors Field on Tuesday, September 26, kicking of the final week of the 2023 regular season.
A look at Dodgers games available to watch nationally either on television or streaming services, including games on ESPN, Fox, FS1, TBS, Apple TV+, Peacock, and YouTube.
Our look back at the 1963 Dodgers sees them sweep the Cardinals in St. Louis in the penultimate week of the season, closing in on the National League pennant.
Dodgers collected just three hits off Giants’ lefty Sean Manaea, as the San Francisco even the four-game series at a game apiece as the weekend begins.
The Dodgers once again played a close game against the Tigers, this time failing to do damage against rookie Reese Olson. Bobby Miller certainly did his part, but it wasn’t enough, in this 4-2 loss.
Freeman becomes first player in baseball history with 25/55/20 season, plus more on J.D. Martinez’s thoughts on failed Eduardo Rodriguez trade, Daniel Hudson throwing to live hitters, the NL MVP race, and an update on Yency Almonte.
J.D. Martinez is a long way from his difficult 2022 season in Boston, contributing to a Dodger team that had a shaky start to this season.
The Dodgers had an amazing week, clinching their 10th National League West division title in 11 years, and sweeping the playoff-hopeful Mariners in Seattle for LA’s first road sweep of a three-game series all year.
Jason Heyward, Amed Rosario, and Austin Barnes led the way with a homer each in the Dodgers’ 6-1 win on Sunday.
The Dodgers faced all kinds of adversity through injuries and otherwise, and relied on an a lot of rookies and the growing pains that ensued. But even in a relatively transitional year for them, they still won the National League West in a walk, their 10th division title in 11 years.
Clayton Kershaw wishes to get back to his old self before the postseason arrives, plus more on James Outman making Dodger rookie history, Mookie Betts and J.P. Crawford in the newest episode of Betts’ podcast, and Michael Grove’s return.
This week in the 1963 Dodgers, Sandy Koufax broke his own National League strikeout record as the Dodgers try to hold off the hard-charging Cardinals in the National League standings.