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Dodgers Monthly Reports

A monthly look at the Los Angeles Dodgers, including game recaps, transactions, news, statistical breakdowns, and notable performances from each month.

Dodgers June review: Testing the waters

Recapping how the Dodgers did in June

Dodgers May Review: Full throttle

The Dodgers were one of the best teams in May

Dodgers September review: Closing strong

Dodgers August in review: Treading water

The Dodgers rallied to finish a game over .500 in an up-and-down August, and head into the final month of the seaosn one game out of first place.

Dodgers July review: A taste of first place

A review of the Dodgers in July.

Dodgers June Review: Power Display

The Dodgers hit a bunch of homers and played well to keep pace with the red-hot Diamondbacks in the National League West.

Dodgers May review: .500 days of spring

A look back at May for the Dodgers, which was a .500 month despite four starting pitchers getting hurt

Dodgers April review: Stuck in neutral

A look back at a very disappointing month for the Dodgers, who were four games under .500 in April.

Dodgers postseason review: 1 win short

A summary of the Dodgers’ postseason, plus all the statistics and game reports from the NLDS, the NLCS and World Series.

Dodgers September review: A trying final month

A look back at the final month of the season, which featured a lot of losses for the Dodgers but also a strong finish for a team that finished with 104 wins and the best record in baseball.

Dodgers August review: Dog-day finish

The Dodgers lost their final five games of the month, but still finished 17-10 in August, the best mark in the NL West during the month.

Dodgers July review: Finding ways to win almost everyday

Dodgers end month with best record in baseball at 74-31 and double-digit leads against the rest of the National League contenders

Dodgers June review: Powering up

Dodgers set franchise record for wins and home runs in June. Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger led the way, and Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen paced the pitching staff.

Dodgers May review: Alex Wood looked like Clayton Kershaw

April review: Justin Turner on fire

Justin Turner ended April on a 16-game hitting streak and hit .404/.465/.562 for the month. Here is a look back at the Dodgers for the month.

Dodgers September review

A look back at the final month of the season for the Dodgers. September (17-12) was the highest win total of 2016 for the team.

Dodgers stayed afloat in August

A look back at the month of August for the Dodgers, which had its rough patches but also saw the club take over first place in the National League West.

Dodgers July review: Offense soars

The Dodgers were without their best pitcher in Clayton Kershaw but still managed to get great work out of the bullpen in heavy rotation, and the club led the National League in runs per game, going 15-9 and gaining ground in the NL West.

Dodgers June review: Seager & Turner lead the way

Corey Seager was great in June and Justin Turner was right there with him on offense, helping the Dodgers to a 16-12 record for the month.

Dodgers May review: Kershaw at his best

The Dodgers had a successful May, including Clayton Kershaw at his best plus an offense led by Trayce Thompson and Corey Seager.

April review: Under .500, still in first place

A look back at April for the Dodgers, which ended on a six-game losing streak and an under-.500 record, yet saw the club still in first place in the National League West. The month also saw Kenta Maeda triumphantly introduce himself to MLB.

Dodgers September review: Seager says hello

A look back at the final month of the season for the Dodgers, which was dominated by Corey Seager, who took over shortstop in his first month in the big leagues.

Dodgers August review

A look back at August for the Dodgers, which saw the team get no-hit twice and lose three players to hamstring injuries, but still went 15-12 and added three games to their division lead.

Kershaw & Greinke dominated July

A look back at July for the Dodgers, a month dominated by Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke.

June review: Running in (first) place

The Dodgers were just 15-15 in June, but actually added to their National League West lead during the month.

Dodgers pitching shines in May

A look back at May for the Dodgers, which saw them allow the fewest runs in baseball for the month, and went 16-12.

Dodgers April review: So far, so good

The Dodgers end April in first place in the NL West despite injuries, thanks to a strong offense and a strong bullpen so far.

September review: Offense on fire

The Dodgers had one of their best offensive months since the franchise moved to Los Angeles, putting on a finishing kick to win the National League West behind strong months from Carl Crawford, Matt Kemp, Juan Uribe and Justin Turner.

August review: Trouble at the top

The Dodgers got nothing out of Yasiel Puig and leadoff man Dee Gordon struggled badly, but the club managed to finish over .500 for a fifth straight month this season.

July review: Kershaw, Puig top notch

The Dodgers had the best record in the division in July, thanks to stellar months from Clayton Kershaw and Yasiel Puig, and ended the month on a six-game winning streak.

June review: All Kershaw, all the time

Clayton Kershaw had the finest month of his great career in June, leading the Dodgers to 18 wins and first place in the NL West. Here is a review of the Dodgers in June.

The month of Puig

A look back at an otherwise ordinary month of May for the 15-15 Dodgers, which was highlighted by an extraordinary month by Yasiel Puig