Home >> Info On: Los Angeles Dodgers

The Latest News about Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodgers Have No Plans to Kneel for Anthem During World Series

Major League Baseball is poised for a big jump in popularity thanks to the NFL’s ongoing descent into the morass of black-identity grievance mongering and left-wing politics. While the NFL’s ratings have been tanking and more people are showing up to stadiums on Sunday afternoons dressed as empty seats, baseball has capitalized on a thrilling postseason to set itself up ...

Read More »

Los Angeles Dodgers Crush Cubs to Reach World Series

For the first time since Ronald Reagan was President of the United States, the Los Angeles Dodgers are going to the World Series. The Dodgers mauled the defending champion Chicago Cubs 11-1 on Thursday night to close out 4 games to 1 National League Championship Series and win the NL pennant. For the first time in nearly 30 years, the ...

Read More »

Los Angeles Dodgers Go Two Up on Cubbies as NLCS Heads to Wrigley

It was a weekend to forget for the reigning MLB champion Chicago Cubs who dropped both games on the left coast to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Cubs could have been expected to struggle in the opener following a grueling series against the Washington Nationals that culminated in winning an elimination game on Thursday. The prize? A coast-to-coast trip and ...

Read More »

MLB Postseason Wednesday: Current Standings, Who’s Playing and Where to Watch

Cubs - Nationals game 3

Update: The Washington @ Chicago game from Tuesday was postponed due to weather and will be played at 4 pm on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Two matchups are featured in Wednesday’s MLB playoff schedule as the Chicago Cubs face the Washington Nationals at Wrigley Field for game 4 of their division series and the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians fight for ...

Read More »

MLB Post Season Monday: Who’s Playing and Where to Watch

MLB logo (600 x 371)

Monday’s MLB playoff schedule features three games that could send a team packing and one that is still neck-and-neck in a full afternoon/evening of baseball. The Houston Astros and New York Yankees both failed to seal the fate of their opponents on Sunday, but they get another chance to do so as they face the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland ...

Read More »
echo 'Sponsored Content'; echo '
';
Sign up for our Newsletter

* indicates required field




Email Format


Subscribe!