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The Angels get to celebrate, the Dodgers get Coors’d, the Giants and Royals close gaps, and Brandon McCarthy is immaculate.
Tampa Bay calls up a couple young’ns acquired at the trade deadline, Scioscia gets his LOOGY back, Nick Ahmed gets another chance, and more.
The Dodgers, and Kershaw, put some space between them and their competition; the Cardinals are building a cushion; a Twin struck out more than 10 batters; and baseball happened in all other corners of this great nation of ours.
Alex Guerrero finally gets his second at-bat, Taijuan Walker arrives just in time, Joe Saunders’ brand new thing, and the non-prospect who just keeps hitting.
There’s not much room at the moment for the Dodgers’ top outfield prospect, but he’s up and exciting anyway.
‘I’d let you pick and I’ll take the other guy.’
As teams prepre for the stretch run, three add depth: The Dodgers get Darwin Barney, the Royals Erik Kratz, and the Blue Jays Danny Valencia.
What it means to be moved, and the maniacally outlying Clayton Kershaw.
Detroit goes from a 5-0 hole to a 14-5 romp, Jacob deGrom blows away the Braves, plus more from Tuesday and what to watch on Wdnesday.
Kershaw, Koufax, Sutton and Scully.
Six good fan videos of Clayton Kershaw’s final out.
What happens when the best baserunner in the game meets the best pickoff artist? The rest of the league gets a lesson.
Ben and Sam discuss the Dodgers’ perplexingly slow start and the NL West race.
And a division that’s shaping up to be more fun than the Playoff Odds suggested.
Neither the first nor the last reevaluation.