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Dodgers Notes: Tim Anderson to LA Heating Up, May & Urias’ Replacements, Kershaw’s Motivation & More

Your Los Angeles Dodgers came very close to taking home three straight games against the Atlanta Braves but things cannot always go their way as we saw in that ninth inning. Nonetheless, they continue to fight no matter what and all attention should now be shifted to this upcoming series against the Tampa Bay Rays.

In other team news, Julio Urias shed some light on when he came down with his hamstring injury, Bobby Miller has been granted another start this year, and so much more. Continue scrolling for all of the biggest headlines surrounding your Boys In Blue.

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Noel has a deep passion for sports and content creation. He is a huge fan of all Los Angeles teams and is currently pursuing a B.A. in Multi-Media Journalism at Cal Poly Pomona.


  1. Your ads went off 8 times during the watching of one of your vlogs. I understand the need for ads but 8 times was crazy. Fastest way to turn off viewers.

  2. The Tim Anderson trade makes a little sense. He might bounce back this year and he hits left-handed pitching well. The weak links for the Dodgers this year are SS and LF. If the Dodgers played Chris Taylor and Miguel Rojas on better Right-Left pitching splits they’d be doing alright. Rojas is doing great against lefties this year and Taylor is scratching for more playing time.

    Surprised that Colorado’s OF Randal Grichuk isn’t a trade candidate! Batting .429 against lefties and pretty good against right-handers too. The Rockies have a crowded outfield and he’s on the last year of his contract. He was injured this year too- which the Dodgers’ front office loves. Tim Anderson would require at least one really good prospect in return for this and next year’s service… when we’d have a crowded infield (Lux & Busch + Vargas/Rojas/Muncy/Taylor).

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