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A funny thing happened on the way to a baseball.

Please, watch this highlight from last night's Marlins-Dodgers game. Don't worry, I'll wait.

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June 12, 2012 3:47 pm

Transaction Analysis: Dodgers, Ethier Agree to Extension

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R.J. Anderson

The Dodgers will be happy to have Andre Ethier for another half-decade, but is the price right?

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Will the real Dodgers and Twins please stand up?

Today, Ian Miller joins our team. Ian previously wrote a ProGUESTus piece about minor-league baseball, and he blogs and podcasts as one half of Productive Outs. A Punk Hit, according to the Dickson Baseball Dictionary, refers to a base hit that is softly struck but placed well.  

We’re roughly 20 percent of the way through the 2012 baseball season, and I have to file a column for Wednesday. That means that it’s the perfect time to take a look at this year’s leading out-of-the-gate over- and underachievers!

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Bryce Harper may have been the lead story heading into last Saturday's game at Chavez Ravine, but there were plenty of other moments that made the night memorable.

Even though we’ve already had a pair of no-hitters, it could be argued that the most exciting—and certainly the most anticipated—game of the year was Saturday, when the Washington Nationals visited Chavez Ravine and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The most-hyped prospect of all-time, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, was making his debut. Harper’s teammate Stephen Strasburg, who wasn’t far removed from his own otherworldly hype, would be making his fifth start of the year. The advent of MLB.tv enabled fans from all over the country to tune in and hear Vin Scully describe the intricacies of Harper’s debut. Both teams were in first place. And, as the game grew late, Matt Kemp and the Nationals' depleted bullpen were rushing toward each other for an inevitable conclusion. 

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March 9, 2011 9:00 am

Fantasy Focus: My Beef With Andre

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Marc Normandin

Fantasy players who are drafting Andre Ethier early and often should be prepared for disappointment.

Andre Ethier is a fine player, one of the more productive outfielders in the game. But that's in the real world. 

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October 9, 2008 12:51 pm

Player Profile: Andre Ethier

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Marc Normandin and Eric Seidman

LA hopes their new full-timer will remember the Brooklyn okee-doke.

Despite not having a secured starting job in the crowded Dodgers outfield at the beginning of the year, Andre Ethier eventually hit well enough that manager Joe Torre had no choice but to give him one of the everyday spots. Thanks in part to the 26-year-old's hot hitting down the stretch, the Dodgers find themselves in a position to head to the World Series if they can just get past the Philadelphia Phillies in the NLCS. Ethier's bat is a key to that process, but what can we expect from him in this series, and going forward?

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August 6, 2008 2:15 pm

Prospectus Today: Leadoff Follies in LA

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Joe Sheehan

How far go the Dodgers when they're stuck in the badlands of Pierre?

Sometimes, you just really feel good about a read.

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Greg Maddux throws a gem as Derek watches the Giants and Dodgers duel.

Taking the Dodgers first, they've hit the top of the division after residing in the cellar just a little over two weeks ago, going on an 11 game streak which was broken on Wednesday in Colorado, followed by a three game winning streak coming into today's matchup. Let's take a look at how a few Dodgers have performed during this stretch (courtesy of Dave Pinto's Day by Day Database):

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