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Eric Stephen is the managing editor of True Blue LA. In addition to covering the Dodgers since 2009, Eric has worked in a variety of roles for SB Nation and Vox Media. He ran SB Nation Los Angeles, was an assignment editor and copy editor for SB Nation, and wrote about all sports nationally for SB Nation. He is a member of the Baseball Writers Association of America.

Leading Off: Dodgers interleague schedule wrapping up

With the Dodgers interleague play schedule wrapping up we look back at various top performers for LA against American League teams. Plus questions on the final third of the season, the three-batter minimum, roster minutiae, and obviously, pancakes.

Dodgers rewind: Ernie Koy

Inspired by James Outman hitting a home run in his first major league at-bat, the eighth Dodger to do so, we look back at the first position player on the team to accomplish the feat, outfielder Ernie Koy for Brooklyn in 1938.

Dodgers rewind: Chad Fonville

A look back at speedster Chad Fonville, who earned his way into the top of the lineup down the stretch for the 1995 Dodgers, and even hit .500 in the postseason.

Dodgers rewind: Bernie Neis

A look back at Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder Bernie Neis, who played for Brooklyn for five years, and had a memorable debut, reaching base three times in each of his first two major league games in 1920.

Dodgers season in thirds: The middle 54 games

A breakdown of the middle 54 games of the 2022 Los Angeles Dodgers season, seeing how the second third of the year compared with the first third.

Week 18: Owning the National League West

The Dodgers ran roughshod through the Giants and Padres, going 7-0 to leave no doubt that Los Angeles is the class of the National League West.

Dodgers rewind: Bert Hamric

Outfielder Bert Hamric had a productive decade-plus in the minors in the 1950s, and played in two games for the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers, but didn’t actually play in the field.

Harris, Bruns stand out Sunday in minors

The top four Dodgers minor league affiliates all lost on Sunday, allowing a total of 41 runs. But a few good pitching performances stood out.

Kevin Pillar’s season might not be over after all

Kevin Pillar, who had surgery to repair a fractured shoulder in June, has been cleared by doctors to resume baseball activities, and will attempt to return to play this season if possible.

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Dodgers 2022 injured list tracker

Every Dodgers injured list stints during the 2022 season, with details on every single transaction.