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Mo'ne Davis to be on the cover of Sports Illustrated

Yep! A 13-year old girl is going to grace the cover of the latest issue of Sports Illustrated! Crazy isn’t it? Hell yeah, it’s crazy awesome!  414 more words


With Oakland Goes the Might

Saturday night the Oakland Athletics fell 4-3 to the Atlanta Braves. That not only sounds odd because the Braves lost 12 of their last 15 games before the series began, but also because it put the Athletics in the most alien place in this goofy Major League Baseball season: not in first place. 1,702 more words

the eggs taste extra good this morning

To fall asleep before 1st pitch is I kind of forgive myself with excuses like western expansion and Chinese laying railroad tracks and stadiums popping up and relocation and by Scully it’s 10:10 PM again in the east and flatlines it’s 5 am all of a sudden. 206 more words


Dodger History - Kevin Gross no hits Giants 2 -0 on Aug 17th, 1992

Twenty two years ago in a season that was over before the All-Star break,  Kevin Gross pitched the first Dodger no – hitter at Dodger Stadium since Fernando did the trick on June 29th, 1990, … 435 more words

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Dodger History - One year ago Clayton blanked the Phillies, making the Dodger run 42 - 8

The 2013 Dodgers started the streak on June 22nd, their record at the time was 30 – 42, 9.5 games back of 1st place, firmly entrenched in last place. 129 more words

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Gallardo, Braun Help Brewers Snap Kershaw's Streak Of 11 Straight Victories

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Yovani Gallardo pitched eight innings, Ryan Braun and Carlos Gomez homered, and the Milwaukee Brewers ended Clayton Kershaw’s streak of 11 straight victories with a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday night. 440 more words


Complete-game loss is first of Kershaw's career

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By Jon Weisman

Clayton Kershaw walked none and struck out 11 in a five-hit, 97-pitch complete game, but somehow, for the first time in one of his starts since May 28, he and the Dodgers lost. 304 more words

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