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.
The Dodgers are waiting to see who they will play in the National League Division Series. It sure looks like the Mets and Padres will be the No. 4 and No. 5 seeds in the NL, playing the wild card round for the right to face Los Angeles.
The Dodgers have secured the best record in baseball, and have three more regular season games remaining, plus five days off, to get their ducks in a row for the postseason. A look at some statistical milestones to attain, plus a peak at who Los Angeles might play in the National League Division Series.
Dave Roberts on the Dodgers’ World Series aspirations, plus Freddie Freeman on a potential batting title, and Trayce Thompson look toward his first postseason.
The Dodgers lost just their 49th game of the season on Sunday, falling to Germán Márquez and the Rockies at Dodger Stadium.
The Dodgers and Rockies play again on Sunday at Dodger Stadium, with Tyler Anderson making his final start of the regular season.
The Dodgers placed Michael Grove on the injured list with a left knee contusion after getting hit by a batted ball. Andre Jackson was recalled.
Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías leads the National League in ERA. Here’s what he has to do in his last start to clinch the ERA title.
The Dodgers walked six times in the seventh to tie the game, then scored two more runs in the eighth to beat the Rockies and win their 110th game of the season, the most by a National League team in 113 years.