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Past articles by Jeremy:

What Makes Clayton Kershaw So Special?

Buckle up, people. Things are about to get sappy here at FanRag Sports. We write a lot of positive words about superstar baseball players on this website, but there are some stars fans just can’t get enough of. You know, the select few who are so good and so lovable that they’re virtual locks for the […] → Read More

3 free agents Giants should pursue this winter

The San Francisco Giants are coming off their worst season in a long time, flipping the script from being an 87-win playoff team in 2016 to a 97-loss cellar dweller in 2017. They tied the Detroit Tigers for the worst record in baseball, and go into the offseason with a lot more questions than they […] → Read More

Free Agents Dodgers Should Target This Winter

The 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers fell one win shy of bringing the World Series home but look poised to bounce back with another strong season in 2018. In fact, if ESPN’s Dan Szymborski is right, the Dodgers will win the most games in baseball for the second season in a row. It wouldn’t surprise anyone […] → Read More

Second-guessing Dodgers pitching choice easy but not sensible

Yu Darvish did not have a very good World Series. That is the understatement of the year, but it’s true. In two starts, Darvish pitched under four innings combined, allowed eight earned runs, and struck out a grand total of zero Astros. The feel for his slider wasn’t there, and command of his fastball was […] → Read More

What Dodgers need to do to win Game 7

If you’ve been trying to follow a map on this windy, bumpy road called the 2017 World Series, let’s hope you don’t get car-sick. It’s been one of the most memorable World Series ever (who could have predicted an even better World Series this year than last?), and the most recent chapter was punctuated by […] → Read More

How Do Dodgers Recover From Brutal Game 5 Loss?

Explosive. Relentless. Historic. Those are just a few words sure to be thrown around to describe this Houston Astros offense, who ripped the heart out of the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 of the World Series. They reached in, pulled the heart out, played a little hacky-sack with it, and then tossed it over […] → Read More

Dodgers need another gem from Kershaw in Game 5

They said the pitcher was overrated and that a hidden injury might be causing his dip in velocity. They said the rookie would never bust out of his slump in the postseason. And they definitely said the home run hero for the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 4 of the World Series was a failed […] → Read More

Dodgers Must Get Offense Back On Track In Game 4

This is its chance. This is the time for the Los Angeles Dodgers‘ offense to end the disappearing act and pop out of a box on stage. Not that facing Houston Astros starter Dallas Keuchel, who the Dodgers beat in Game 1, is necessarily a death knell. But getting Keuchel in Houston in an elimination game […] → Read More

Where the Dodgers stand after 2 World Series games

It started, as most fires do: with a spark. The thick, warm air in Los Angeles last night didn’t help. Then, the wind helped fan that spark into a full-on brush fire outside Dodger Stadium. Inside the stadium, a larger inferno was brewing that turned into a full-on pyrotechnics display unseen by baseball fans in […] → Read More

Rich Hill's Feel-Good Story Looks To Add Chapter In World Series

In an old-school matchup of lefty aces, Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers outlasted Dallas Keuchel and the Houston Astros, 3-1, in Game 1 of the World Series Tuesday night. The game took all of two hours and 28 minutes. All four runs were scored via home runs. The Dodgers, home again for Game […] → Read More

World Series Game 1 Offers Kershaw Chance To Cement Legacy

“If we win the World Series, I might retire,” a smiling, sopping wet Clayton Kershaw quipped to reporters after the Los Angeles Dodgers clinched the pennant by eliminating the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field last week. And if Kershaw actually did retire after just 10 seasons, there’d be little debate about his Hall of Fame credentials: A […] → Read More

How Can Dodgers Defeat Astros In World Series?

It’s easy to say that the Los Angeles Dodgers are the favorites in the 2017 World Series. They earned home-field advantage by accruing the best regular season record, and will, therefore, open up with two games in Dodger Stadium. They have breezed through tough opponents in the NLDS and NLCS. And their opponents, the Houston […] → Read More

Who should Dodgers want to face — Yankees or Astros?

For the second straight postseason series, the Los Angeles Dodgers are relaxing at home in Los Angeles while two other teams exhaust themselves fighting for the right to join them. That’s one of the many benefits of earning home-field advantage throughout the playoffs and the franchise’s first trip to the World Series since 1988. A […] → Read More

Where do Dodgers stand after taking 2-0 NLCS lead?

The dust has settled on an epic Game 2 celebration, and the Los Angeles Dodgers have the Chicago Cubs pinned to the mat, up 2-0 in the best-of-7. In a rematch of last year’s battle for the NL pennant — won by the eventual World Series champion Cubs — the Dodgers look like the better, […] → Read More

Where do Dodgers stand after taking 2-0 NLCS lead?

The dust has settled on an epic Game 2 celebration, and the Los Angeles Dodgers have the Chicago Cubs pinned to the mat, up 2-0 in the best-of-7. In a rematch of last year’s battle for the NL pennant — won by the eventual World Series champion Cubs — the Dodgers look like the better, […] → Read More

What Dodgers Need To Do To Beat Diamondbacks In NLDS

Here we are, on the occasion of the Los Angeles Dodgers‘ fifth straight NLDS appearance. This time, they’re the best team in baseball and have secured home-field advantage — they’ve thrived all season at Dodger Stadium — through the World Series, should they get there. Their opponents are the division-rival Arizona Diamondbacks, fresh off a […] → Read More

What Flaw Will Hold Dodgers Back In Playoffs?

As of first pitch on Wednesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers are 101-56. They’ve wrapped up the NL West for a fifth straight year and secured home-field advantage throughout the National League playoffs. They are just a couple wins from guaranteeing home-field advantage if they advance to the World Series for the first time since 1988. […] → Read More

Is Yu Darvish Turning Things Around?

That said, Yu Darvish has looked really good in his last two starts, and the Los Angeles Dodgers should be encouraged. → Read More

Should Dodgers Be Playing For NL Second Seed?

Despite their recent tailspin, the Los Angeles Dodgers pulled out the final two games of their series in San Francisco to maintain a small edge in the race for home-field advantage in the National League. Until two weeks ago, the top seed was all but assured for the Dodgers, but now the Nationals are right […] → Read More

Can Andre Ethier be an X factor for Dodgers down the stretch?

Last Saturday, Andre Ethier hit his first home run of the 2017 season. Yes, Ethier is still a thing, and he still plays baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He may be older, slower and more brittle, but he’s still hanging around. He’s a veteran presence in the Dodgers’ young clubhouse and can still muster […] → Read More