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Dodgers News: MLB Rule Changes Ruin Stadium, Jackson Retires, Injuries, Reddick the Cheater and More

As we enter week three in September, the Dodgers have far and away run away with things in baseball. After Sunday afternoon’s win, LA leads all of baseball in some impressive categories including wins with 96 on the season, and perhaps the most eye opening number, run differential with +301. Heading into play on Sunday, that was 135 runs better than the next best team (the Astros).


It’s been a good week of Dodger baseball… In case you missed it, here are some of the biggest storylines from the last few days. First, MLB announced new rules set to be implemented next season. The focus on one rule could be upsetting for Chavez Ravine faithful.

Dodgers: New MLB Rule Changes Will Change the Vibes at Dodger Stadium Forever

In injury news, Blake Treinen went to the IL once again.

Dodgers News: Blake Treinen Heads Back to Injured List, Jackson Recalled

Dodgers: Big Injury Update on Gonsolin, Almonte, Graterol and More

A former Dodger hung up his spikes.

Dodgers: Former L.A. Phenom Announces His Retirement

A DFA’d player got released.

Dodgers News: L.A. Releases Former Olympic Medalist

And another recent favorite of the readers involved two former Dodgers — one of which was a cheater on the Astros World Series team.

Dodgers: Former Dodger Shuts Down Astros’ Cheater Josh Reddick Online

As we trudge towards postseason play, Dave Roberts is starting to look more closely at who should be playing in October.

Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Challenges Struggling Players to Figure it Out

Dodgers News: Roberts Not Too Concerned About Dustin May’s Performance Yet

Dodgers Insider Still Preaches Patience for Cody Bellinger and Chris Taylor

Clayton Kershaw made us feel a little warm and fuzzy with his words.

Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw Happy with His Decision to Re-Sign with LA




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