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Dodgers News: Joe Kelly’s Suspension Hangs in the Balance, Lux Stays Down, and More!

The Dodgers are coming off of a few tough losses, but that’s not the only thing happening with the team this week. After the A’s and Astros cleared benches, fans went nuts after Ramon Laureano’s 6-game suspension.  With Joe Kelly facing an 8-game ban, fans in Los Angeles need answers. 

Dodgers: Internet Goes Crazy Comparing Joe Kelly’s Suspension to A’s Laureano

Speaking of Joe Kelly, his appeal is STILL pending. After being pushed back to Monday, the results have yet to come out from MLB. Kelly is likely looking at sitting out a few games regardless, but the number of games is what is in question. 

Dodgers: An Update on Joe Kelly’s Suspension Appeal

In some more encouraging news, fans and coaches have loved what they’ve seen from Dustin May in the starting rotation. Dave Roberts reacted to the pitch that he threw to Manny Machado that made it’s way all the way around the internet this week. 

Dodgers: Joe Kelly Placed on the Injured List, Adam Kolarek Recalled

Speaking of the Padres, there was a play at the plate against San Diego last week that got Dodgers fans hyped up. Fernando Tatis Jr ran down Barnes at the plate, but Barnes said that he did not take any issue with the play.

Dodgers: Will Smith Takes No Issue With Tatis For Running Him Over at the Plate

The Dodgers also made a few roster moves this past week. One of those moves was placing Joe Kelly on the injured list with an inflamed right shoulder. In a corresponding move, left-handed reliever Adam Kolarek was recalled. 

Dodgers: Joe Kelly Placed on the Injured List, Adam Kolarek Recalled

The Dodgers will play two more games against the Padres before heading down to Anaheim on Friday. That is when they kick off a three-game series against the always problematic Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani, and Anthony Rendon have been tearing it up as of late. 

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  1. Ok, everybody is playing badly. Some things Roberts has to change. Many things the players need to do, like really play ball. The Dodger players don’t seem to want it. It’s like there’s some kind of resentment, jealousy. The short spring season(if you want to call it that) the Dodgers looked great, what happened? Everybody is at fault. I’m a Dodger fan and it’s forever but there are times where you just get sick of it.

  2. Two promising rallies early on and two easy ground ball DPs by last year’s MVP to end the inning. It is beginning to look like the Dodger players believed all that pre season hype and think all they need to do is show up on the field and victory will be theirs
    Such an array of horrendous batting averages. And a season shaping up as how can a game be lost. Looks like starting pitching, relief pitching, not hitting with men on base ( and sometimes not hitting at all), and defense each take their turns in ensuring defeat
    A telltale sign of a not so great team is to get beat by mediocre pitchers. That seems to be the new norm
    This was supposed to be THE year but if Bellinger and Muncy don’t start hitting….( well, you all end this sentence in your own words )

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