Craig Minami has written for True Blue LA for over a decade, covered many Dodgers games in person at Dodger Stadium, Camelback Ranch, and even road series in Pittsburgh and Kansas City as well. Craig has stayed connected with the site both as a regular commenter, and longtime contributor to the True Blue LA podcast with his Questions from Craig segment each week.
The Dodgers are currently operating with four starting pitchers and a series of fill-ins while Clayton Kershaw and Andrew Heaney rehab their injuries. What that means for the next few weeks, especially with active rosters reducing to a 13-pitcher limit beginning Monday.
Dodgers lose 4-3 as they remain winless in extra innings in 2022
The Dodgers played their first home doubleheader in 23 years, part of four games in a 45-hour span. It was a weird week for Los Angeles, with a long losing streak followed by a long win streak, with two starting pitchers making major league debuts along the way.
A look at the Dodgers’ start to the season, which has their offense leading the majors in runs scored per game but still feeling like not everyone is clicking just yet.
Recapping April for the Dodgers, in which scoring was way down across MLB. Also, the Trevor Bauer situation moved closer to a resolution, with the pitcher getting suspended two years by MLB.