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2015 Schedule
92-70, 1st in NL West
Year of the rookie in baseball (2:09)
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My hypothetical awards selections

The Cy Young races hold a lot of intrigue, where Cubs ace Jake Arrieta could trump the Dodgers' duo of Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke.

Dodgers rise in Power Rankings

Los Angeles finished the season on a high note, winning five of its last six games. Was that enough to crack the top five of our final rankings? Find out here

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Dodgers aces could shine in playoffs

Both Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke are capable of going off on a dominant pitching run like Madison Bumgarner did for the Giants last year. A few pitchers from other teams could do the same. Photo gallery

Blue Jays favored to win it all

According to the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Toronto has the highest odds at winning the World Series. The Royals and Dodgers are close behind.

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Nationals bust on World Series odds

Washington was favored to win it all more than any other team entering the season but didn't even make it into the playoffs. Also favored were the Dodgers and Cardinals, who both won their divisions.

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: NL West

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each NL West team:

  • Arizona Diamondbacks: Paul Goldschmidt
  • Colorado Rockies: Nolan Arenado
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: Adrian Gonzalez
  • San Diego Padres: Matt Kemp
  • San Francisco Giants: Buster Posey


Kris Bryant has top selling MLB jersey

Nope, not Mike Trout, Bryce Harper or Clayton Kershaw. The Cubs rookie 3B had the best selling jersey in MLB during the regular season. Giants' Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey were No. 2 and 3 with Kershaw, Trout and Harper following.

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Playoffs a new test for Corey Seager

Despite being called up on Sept. 3, Seager quickly showed the Dodgers that he belongs in the majors. Will the rookie make a similar impact in the postseason? He, and several others, will be worth watching. Photo gallery


Clayton Kershaw joins 300 K club

Needing six strikeouts to get there, Kershaw whiffed seven Padres on Sunday to finish the regular season with 301 K's. The Dodgers are hoping Kershaw will finally dominate in the postseason as well. Sunday's Top 5

Blue Jays top the MLB Power Rankings (1:18)
BBTN's World Series predictions (1:32)
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Rapid Reaction: Dodgers 6, Padres 3

Clayton Kershaw recorded his 300th strikeout of the season as the Dodgers closed the regular season by beating the Padres.

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Schoenfield: The Ultimate October Blueprint

Congrats, your team is headed to the postseason. But does their style of play work under the bright lights of October? David Schoenfield examines the formula for playoff success.

The zit that sidelined a player

The Dodgers' Justin Turner missed a game with an infected pimple. Maybe they should add Clearasil to next year's payroll. Injuries of the year


Kershaw second-fastest to 300 K's

Clayton Kershaw needed 232.2 innings to reach 300 strikeouts this season. The only pitcher in MLB history who needed fewer innings was Pedro Martinez in 1999 (213.1 innings).


Kershaw gets to 300 K's on season

In his final start of the regular season, Clayton Kershaw became the first pitcher with 300 K's since 2002 (Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson). He finishes with 301 strikeouts and a 2.13 ERA. Follow live

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25019th
On Base Percentage.3264th
Slugging Percentage.41310th
Earned Run Average3.445th
Quality Starts954th

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