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The Dodgers have to be considered heavy favorites to win the NL West crown, possibly the pennant. Under this current ownership group, the Dodgers have reasserted themselves as a relevant championship-caliber ballclub. But after a second straight playoff dismantling at … Continue reading
The Dodgers and Giants have dominated the NL West this season. For a period of time, the Giants had the best record in the game. Since mid-summer, the Giants have only been a couple of games above .500. But they … Continue reading
Finally, my NL West preview. I think the Dodgers won the backpage, offseason headlines with their acquisitions of Greinke and Hyun-Jin, but the Giants remain the class of the division for now. After winning two championships in three seasons, we … Continue reading