Los Angeles Dodgers
Clayton Kershaw just received the most lucrative contract in MLB history, and Scott Boras is probably rubbing his hands together in glee.
With the Red Sox and Dodgers both finishing the season atop their division with 90+ wins, which of these two has the best chance to finish the season as champions?
Partying in the pool? Bold, brash, irreverent. Not demure. Not particularly respectful. Not so much concerned with etiquette. Isn’t that what celebrating is all about?
Not only do many of us see the Dodgers as a five borough endeavor, an extension of our blue-collar grit and white-collar elitism, but we now must watch our enemy rocket to the top with a Yankee icon at the helm.
If Kenley Jansen could toss 80-90 frames for Los Angeles, he could strike out 130-140 batters with a low ERA and WHIP.
One Los Angeles institution is buying another.
The Tigers tied the game in the top of the fourth and then never reappeared offensively, as Detroit loses to the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-1 on Tuesday night.
The Tigers had a chance to tie the Cleveland Indians for first place in the AL Central but a 4-0 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers prevented that move into first for the Tigers.
Although the Los Angeles Dodgers snapped their five-game skid, the offense did little to suggest it has turned the corner.
The Tigers travel to Chavez Ravine this weekend to meet the Los Angeles Dodgers. While the Dodgers have had some amazing moments in their history