It’s official, the Dodgers have announced their starting pitchers for the first three games of the National League Division Series against the Mets.
The #Dodgers NLDS starters for first three games: Game 1 Friday: Clayton Kershaw Game 2 Saturday: Zack Greinke Game 3 Monday: Brett Anderson
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 6, 2015
Here’s a look at the matchups for the first three games now that they are officially known:Game 1: Clayton Kershaw (16-7, 2.13) vs. Jacob deGrom (14-8, 2.54) Game 2: Zack Greinke (19-3, 1.66) vs. Noah Syndergaard (9-7, 3.24) Game 3: Brett Anderson (10-9, 3.69) vs. [...]
Batter up! The 2015 MLB Playoffs are here, and the Astros will travel to New York to face the Bronx Bombers (or are they anymore), the Yankees.Why Dodgers Fans Should Care
All joking aside, this is the first time the Astros make the playoffs since losing in the 2005 World Series. They haven’t been within single-digits of winning a division since 2006. It’s the first time the team has had a winning record since 2008.
And then you have the Yankees, who might be the Dodgers’ second-most hated rival after the Giants.
We all know the story about 27 world championships, 40 pennants and 52 playoff appearances. The history [...]
Dodger Stadium will be hosting the final game of a three-game series of cricket as “Cricket All-Stars” brings legends of the game to the United States for the first time.
More from the Dodgers’ official press release:
Global cricket icons Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne will headline a star-studded lineup of renowned cricket players from around the world in the inaugural “Cricket All-Stars,” a three-game series in New York City, Houston and Los Angeles. The historic tour marks the first time these legends have played in the U.S., and also renews the famous rivalry between “Master Blaster” Tendulkar and “King of Spin” Warne.