Dodgers Game Previews
Previews of the day's matchup between the Los Angeles Dodgers and their opponent(s), including an analysis of the pitching matchup, starting lineups, previous matchups, and news and notes surrounding the game and series.
Dustin May makes his 2022 debut after missing nearly 16 months with Tommy John surgery. He joins a Dodgers starting staff that has faced injuries but has withstood the losses quite well.
Pregame notes before the second game of Dodgers-Cardinals in St. Louis, including the frighteningly close all-time series between the two teams dating back to 1892. Plus, Freddie Freeman’s hot streak, the great Tony Gonsolin-Adam Wainwright pitching matchup, and the Trayce Thompson/Jake Lamb combo.
The Dodgers pitching staff has been taxed of late, and they will need fill-in starters in two of the next four days. A look at where they stand heading into Saturday night against the Phillies.
The Dodgers take a 16-game winning streak over the Pirates into the first game of a series at PNC Park beginning Monday night in Pittsburgh.
The Dodgers play the Cubs in a doubleheader after a series-opening rainout at Wrigley Field in the first week of May for the second year in a row.
A look at how hard it is for MLB teams to score runs in 2022, especially for the Diamondbacks, who rank among the sport’s worst offenses. The Dodgers play in Arizona for three games beginning Monday night.
Tyler Anderson gets his first start of the season for the Dodgers, facing Yu Darvish and the Padres on Saturday night at Petco Park.
A look at the Dodgers 20-game winning streak at Dodger Stadium, spread over the end of the 2021 regular season and the start of 2022.
Walker Buehler, the Dodgers’ big-game pitcher in October for the last four seasons, is on extra rest heading into his start against the Braves in Game 3 of the NLCS at Dodger Stadium, just the recipe Los Angeles needs to get back into the series.
The Dodgers have been giving themselves chances with runners in scoring position, including Game 1 of the NLCS. But they haven’t gotten the hits they need, something that needs to change if they want to beat the Braves.
After getting shut out twice in three games in the National League Division Series, the Dodgers will need their offense to stay alive against the Giants, beginning in Game 4. Regardless of who’s pitching for Los Angeles.