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Samantha Costanzo Carleton was born and raised in Los Angeles. She is a graduate of Boston College and still lives in Boston, where friends, neighbors, and bus drivers have plenty to say about her Dodger blue. In addition to baseball, Samantha is an avid fan of cooking, swing dancing, writing short stories, and chocolate malts.

Dodgers’ farm system continues to impress

Several players are nearly ready for the majors, though it’s still early in the season.

How the Dodgers are adjusting to this year’s wonky baseball

The Dodgers are below their projected offensive performance this season, so what comes next?

Evan Phillips’ slider is the key to his success

Phillips gets batters to chase outside the zone more than inside thanks to his deceptive slider.

Dodgers pitching off to a hot start

From starters to closers, the Dodgers’ pitchers are having an impressive 2022.

Dustin May, Danny Duffy, Victor Gonzalez visit team at Chase Field

May and Gonzalez put in a bullpen session each while visiting teammates

For Gavin Lux, small adjustments are paying off

Lux has been tweaking his approach to the plate since 2020.

Dodgers selling field naming rights for Dodger Stadium

The team is also seeking a sponsor for jersey patches next season.

Max Muncy feels strong after elbow injury

Despite a slower start this season, Muncy says he’s feeling much better in his recovery process.

Andrew Heaney, Dodgers went back to basics this preseason

The Dodgers worked with their new starter on mechanics, pitch types, and more to improve his performance.

Dodgers rotation raises questions ahead of Opening Day

If the Dodgers have one weak spot, it may be their starting rotation.