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After dropping Thursday’s opener, the Braves look to Mike Minor to avoid leaving home down 2-0.
Clayton Kershaw had a 1.83 ERA for the season, but Kris Medlen had a 1.00 ERA in September; those two are set to duel in the opener at Turner Field.
Can a rotation mismatch seal the deal for the Dodgers?
The Dodgers and Red Sox officially earn entrance to postseason play.
Vin Scully will be back in the booth for 2014. This calls for an infographic!
Ben, Sam, and guest co-host Russell Carleton discuss whether and how the Dodgers should discipline Yasiel Puig, teams that would want to take mulligans on their trade deadlines, and things sabermetricians are still getting wrong.
Jose Fernandez put a damper on the Dodgers on Monday, but their recent performance is still historic.
Ben and Sam reevaluate whether the Marlins’ early promotion of Jose Fernandez made sense, then talk about where Robinson Cano will end up.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
Ben and Sam talk about how the A’s are winning in an unusual way for a small-market team, then discuss why the Dodgers have been the exception to the trend of money not leading to wins.
How Yasiel Puig is proving that he isn’t just another Jeff Francoeur.
The Dodgers’ recent run owes a lot to Hanley Ramirez, who’s healthy and making more contact than ever.
Why when it comes to Matt Kemp’s timetable, you should always assume the worst.
Now almost back to full health, the Dodgers look like the winners we thought they were.