True Blue LA: for Los Angeles Dodgers fans

True Blue LA: for Los Angeles Dodgers fans

The official home for audio programming from True Blue LA, SB Nation's community for fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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December 5, 2021 72 min

Major League Baseball owners locked out the players on December 2 after the expiration of the league’s collective bargaining agreement. But not before a spending spree that saw former Dodgers Corey Seager and Max Scherzer cash in elsewhere as free agents, and Chris Taylor returned to Los Angeles on a four-year, $60 million contract.

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Guessing the 2022 teams for Dodgers free agents Clayton Kershaw, Corey Seager, Kenley Jansen, Max Scherzer, Chris Taylor, and more. Plus, a closer look at the Dodgers’ signing of Andrew Heaney and why it happened so early in the offseason.

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A postmortem on the Dodgers’ NLCS loss and playoff elimination, plus a look ahead to the offseason, and a look back to Bill North, a centerfielder on the 1978 team.

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John Stolnis, Kris Willis and Ashley MacLennon set the table for the World Series showdown between the Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros!


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A recap of Games 3-5 of the NLCS, featuring the Dodgers winning two of three games from the Braves to force the series back to Atlanta with the Braves up three games to two. The Dodgers looked dead in the water in Game 3 before Cody Bellinger drug them out of the abyss. Chris Taylor and AJ Pollock kept LA alive with a five-homer power display in Game 5. We look ahead to the (potentially) two games in Atlanta.

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The Dodgers in the National League Championship Series did not take advantage of opportunities in the first two games in Atlanta, falling behind 2-0 after two walk-off wins by the Braves. Poor hitting, bad baserunning, and pitching decisions have cost the Dodgers dearly.

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Eric Stephens of True Blue LA and Kris Willis of Talking Chop go head-to-head to preview the MLB NLCS showdown between the Braves and Dodgers!


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The Dodgers withstood the Giants in an classic, exhausting five-game series, finally surpassing the 109-win NL West champions. That earned Los Angeles a return trip to the National League Championship Series against the Braves in a rematch of the seven-game 2020 classic tilt.

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Description: Just like the first two games of the National League Division Series in San Francisco, the Dodgers and Giants split Games 3 and 4 at Dodger Stadium. Max Scherzer was fantastic on a windy night in Los Angeles, but the Dodgers were shut out for the second time in the series. The Dodgers found their offense to stay alive in Game 4, a game in which Walker Buehler added to his postseason lore by starting on three days rest ...

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The Dodgers and Giants split the first two games of the National League Division Series in San Francisco, with the next two games set for Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

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The Dodgers won a thrilling National League wild card game thanks to a home run by Chris Taylor, the fourth walk-off home run in franchise history. That set up an historic NLDS matchup with the Giants, the first time the Dodgers and Giants will meet in the playoffs, and the first time two MLB teams with 105 or more wins will meet in the postseason.

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Eric Stephen (True Blue LA) and Brady Klopfer (McCovey Chronicles) go head-to-head in SB Nation's special preview of the Giants-Dodgers NLDS showdown!


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Talent from all around SB Nation come together to preview the MLB NL Playoffs as John Stolnis, Brady Klopfer and Kris Willis debate all the biggest topics and make their predictions!


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The Dodgers finished their regular season with a flourish, winning their final seven games to tie a franchise record with 106 wins, only to finish in second place in their own division, barely. A look at the red-hot Dodgers offense, a preview of the wild card game against the Cardinals, and how much of a bummer it is that Clayton Kershaw and Max Muncy suffered serious injuries in the final weekend.

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With one week left in the regular season, we look at what’s ahead for the 100-win Dodgers heading into the postseason.

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As the season enters its final weeks, the Dodgers have Clayton Kershaw (and Tony Gonsolin) back in their starting rotation, getting ready for October. They also have Gavin Lux back, rejuvenated and playing a new position after getting optioned in August.

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A look at the amazing Max Scherzer, who has a 1.05 ERA in his first seven starts with the Dodgers, who have needed every bit of it to stay in contention in the National League West. Plus a look at last week’s series loss to the Giants, the pending return of Clayton Kershaw, and AJ Pollock’s hamstring injury.

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A look at how the Dodgers have used rest for their position players and pitchers, plus several Dodgers questions about Corey Seager’s free agency, Will Smith’s postseason starts at catcher, and who has more Hall of Famers between the current Dodgers and Lakers.

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The Dodgers won nine straight games and moved closer to the Giants in the National League West. A look at that, plus what’s ahead in the final seven weeks of the regular season.

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A look back at a week that saw the Dodgers win five of six games on the road against the Phillies and Mets, overcoming various obstacles along the way.

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