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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.

For the Dodgers, the hits just keep on coming

How did the Dodgers get this good at the plate?

Dodgers pitchers almost ready for returns

Blake Treinen, Brusdar Graterol, and Dustin May could all be back in Los Angeles by September.

Miguel Vargas makes his presence known

Vargas drove in two of the Dodgers’ three runs in his debut

Goodnight, everybody: Tributes to Vin Scully pour in

Players, fans, broadcasters, and more remembered Scully after his passing.

For Miguel Vargas, a call-up is only a matter of time

Vargas is making waves with his bat in Triple-A Oklahoma City.

Dodgers clinch series against the Giants with All-Star run support

Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, and Trea Turner all homered in the same game for the first time.

How the Dodgers turn castoff pitchers into stars

Everyone knows the Dodgers are great with numbers — but just how great are they, after all? Take a look.

Mookie Betts’ competitive streak keeps him going

Betts doesn’t always consider himself a star, but it’s that drive to always be better that makes him one.

Dodgers head to Anaheim for two-game series

Clayton Kershaw and Julio Urías are likely starters for the Dodgers this weekend.

Despite offensive struggles, Max Muncy will retain his spot

Manager Dave Roberts has no plans to drop Muncy further in the lineup.