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Dodgers Notes: Shohei Ohtani Gets More Revenge, Michael Petersen’s Back Story

The “Shohei Ohtani revenge series” continued Saturday. Ohtani crushed a home run against his former team for the second straight day — this one a whopping 459 feet — and the Dodgers beat the Angels 7-2.

Here are all the stories you might have missed Saturday:

Petersen’s Personal and Career Milestones 

In an emotionally revealing interview, Michael Petersen discussed the lowest points of his career, highlighting his long journey to the major leagues and his debut against the Rockies. His resilience through injuries and personal challenges culminates in a debut that marks him as the first British-born player in MLB since 2018.

Surprising Trade Deadline Advice 

Following recent injuries to key players, a national broadcaster weighs in on the Dodgers’ approach to the upcoming trade deadline. The advice? Be patient, not desperate. The strategic insight emphasizes leveraging the team’s current standings and not jeopardizing future prospects over aggression.

Dodgers’ All-Star Game Attire Revealed 

The All-Star Game brings a fresh look with newly revealed Dodgers hats that have garnered mixed reviews from fans. Get a sneak peek of the style that will accompany the players during the annual Midsummer Classic.

Evaluating Outfield Trade Options 

With the trade deadline looming, Dodgers Nation’s Doug McKain explored potential additions to the Dodgers’ outfield. From high-profile names to cost-effective options, each candidate brings a distinct advantage or risk.

Dodgers and Angels: A Subtle Nod to City Rivalry

The Dodgers subtly emphasized their geographical roots by welcoming ‘Anaheim Angels,’ adding a quirky layer to the Freeway Series rivalry.

Dodgers Video of the Day

Dodgers Tweets of the Day

Photo Credit: Jonathan Hui-USA TODAY Sports

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JP Hoornstra

J.P. Hoornstra writes and edits Major League Baseball content for and is the author of 'The 50 Greatest Dodger Games Of All Time.' He once recorded a keyboard solo on the same album as two of the original Doors. Follow at

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