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The Locked On Dodgers Podcast is your daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers, hosted by Jeff Snider (@snidog) and Vince Samperio (@VinceSamperio). If you want smart, passionate takes on the Dodgers every morning while you drive to work, Locked On Dodgers is the ticket. Vince and Jeff bleed Dodger Blue just like you do, and after 2020 both of them have been alive to see our Boys in Blue win it all. If Vin Scully listened to podcasts, this is the one he'd listen to (we're pretty sure). Pa ...
 
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The Dodgers lost to the Padres in extra innings as Craig Kimbrel walked the last two batters of the game with the last one being with the bases loaded. He's now come back down to earth hard after the initial 'Let It Go' success and is not a sure thing on the October roster. The offense has been struggling a bit for a month now, is there any concern…
 
Andy Pafko was a five-time All-Star with the Cubs who played for the Dodgers in 1951 and 1952. He was a key contributor on a World Series team as well as a team vying for the pennant, and famously was in left field watching Bobby Thomson's pennant-winning home run for the Giants in 1951. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/ad…
 
The Dodgers play their final road series of the regular season, battling the Padres for three games at Petco Park in San Diego. The Padres are in a fight for a wild card spot, and are one of a few teams who could potentially play the Padres in the National League Division Series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The Los Angeles Dodgers start their last series of the season with the San Diego Padres tonight, and Jeff is joined by Javier Reyes of Locked On Padres to preview the series, although it's mostly talking about potential playoff matchups, what each team has to play for, how bad Eric Hosmer is, why it's so awesome when Javi is sad, and the usual bant…
 
Recapping an eventful weekend at Dodger Stadium, including Albert Pujols hitting his 700th homer, Andre Jackson's three-inning save, and the Dodgers clinching the No. 1 seed in the National League. Plus, Dustin May and Blake Treinen won't pitch again in the regular season, which might affect their availability for the playoffs. Learn more about you…
 
The Los Angeles Dodgers were the unlucky victims of Albert Pujols' 699th and 700th homers on Friday night, but it was a special moment for the former Dodger and L.A. got the last laugh by winning the last two games of the series to give them 106 wins for the third straight full season. Jeff is here to talk about all that, plus the news about Dustin…
 
Craig Kimbrel allowed a go-ahead home run Thursday night in a game the Dodgers came back to win anyway. But manager Dave Roberts was as publicly critical of a player as he gets, saying "We've got to have our best guys at the back end" when asked about Kimbrel's bullpen role. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
It was not the best game for the Dodgers until the DBacks handed it to their bullpen and then the Dodgers came alive to steal a game and walk it off. Craig Kimbrel was on track for a loss after giving up a go-ahead home run in the 9th but Cody Bellinger and Mookie Betts had key hits to let him off the hook. Kimbrel's standing for a postseason roste…
 
With two weeks remaining in the Dodgers’ season, we look back at contributions from various players and decide who should be the team’s Most Valuable Player, a choice that came down to Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
Dustin May was bad for the third start out of his last four, and has been erratic in his first six starts back from Tommy John surgery, with an abnormally high walk rate and poor command. He joins a growing list of Dodgers pitching unknowns as they get ready for October, with question marks surrounding Tony Gonsolin, Blake Treinen. Learn more about…
 
Dustin May struggled against the DBacks on Wednesday and ended up allowing five runs in four innings. It's been an inconsistent time for May since his return and the guys discuss how concerned they are. Also, the bullpen will be getting back Brusdar Graterol but Blake Treinen is not a sure thing. Miguel Vargas has failed to make an impact and likel…
 
The Dodgers played two games on Tuesday and came away with one win and one loss. Game 1 was close to being a loss before a big 5-run rally propelled the team to a win. Game 2 wasn't as fun. Vince also talks about the back-half of the offense as Gavin Lux may be added to the mix of guys that need to prove themselves over the last few weeks. Lastly, …
 
A look back at Dodgers pitcher Johnny Rutherford, who pitched one season in the majors in 1952 and started and won the pennant-clinching game for Brooklyn that season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
The Dodgers won their 102nd game and clinched a bye into the National League Division Series. Clayton Kershaw will be one of the beneficiaries of that extra rest, after his 10 strikeouts in six innings earned the win in Monday's series opener against Arizona. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The Dodgers played the Diamondbacks on Monday night, and just like last Tuesday, it was Clayton Kershaw on the mound against Merrill Kelly. And just like last Tuesday, Kershaw pitched a gem and Kelly got knocked around by the Dodger hitters. Also like last Tuesday, the Dodgers clinched something with the win, this time clinching a bye in the first …
 
A sweep in San Francisco closed out the Dodgers' season series over the Giants at 15-4, their most wins ever in one year against the Giants. Along the way Los Angeles won both their 100th and 101st game of the season, and set a franchise record with 52 road wins. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The Dodgers swept the Giants over the weekend to finish 15-4 against their rivals this season. It was a series that proves this team will not take their foot off the gas, and continue to play well and win baseball games. David Price hinted at retirement but wasn't ready to commit to it yet. Lastly, what are the Dodgers going to do when it comes to …
 
Trea Turner's comments about preferring to be on the East Coast may have been more of a ploy on his end rather than 100% true feelings. The guys get into his free agency a bit. They then move on to the potential postseason pitching staff and if the Dodgers should consider six starters and two piggyback games in a series. The episode finishes up wit…
 
The Dodgers have clinched the NL West for a 9th time in 10 years, so we look ahead to the postseason and try to predict the playoff roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
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