2017 SeasonAll times ET

2017 Schedule
70-31, 1st in NL West
Stats & Info

Safe to book Astros-Dodgers World Series?

The Dodgers were 69-31 in their first 100 games this season, and the Astros are 67-33. This is the eighth time in the modern era that two teams won at least 67 of their first 100 decisions. In four of the previous five eligible instances, the two teams met in the World Series; 1954 and 1909 featured two teams that played in the same league.

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BBTN: Trade Market Watch, Red Sox Leadership, Hosmer

Before a conversation with Royals 1B Eric Hosmer, Buster Olney and Jerry Crasnick go rapid-fire on the trade market. Plus, Tim Kurkjian on David Price, the asking price for Yu Darvish, Sonny Gray, the Dodgers' deadline strategy and more. Also, "Gone Fishin'" with ESPN's John Fisher.

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Injuries and breakthroughs in sports

Will the latest CTE report impact the future of the NFL? Plus, ESPN's Louis Reddick discusses Kershaw's injury, Kaepernick's situation and explains whether or not marijuana may be used as medicinal treatment within the league.

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Minor leaguer has Canseco moment (0:45)
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Molitor takes responsibility for lineup snafu (1:40)
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Dodgers pick up 70th win (0:42)
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Puig gives Dodgers lead with single (0:22)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Both the Dodgers (69-31) and Astros (67-33) have won two-thirds of their first 100 games. Since the World Series was introduced in 1903, this is the eighth time that two teams have won at least 67 of their first 100 games in the same season. Four of those eight happened in the first ten World Series, and this is the first instance since the Yankees and Indians in 1954. In the five previous instances where the teams were in different leagues, they went on to meet in the World Series four times.

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Why the Dodgers should trade for Yu Darvish

What prospects are the Dodgers willing to give up for Yu Darvish? Plus, ESPN's Pedro Gomez explains which team the Dodgers need to keep their eye on going into the playoffs.

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Will Kershaw come back stronger?

For the second straight season, the Los Angeles will have to play without its ace Clayton Kershaw for much of the season's second half. The Dodgers' offense carried the team until the three-time Cy Young winner returned stronger than ever.

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Kershaw familiar with back rehab (2:21)
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Kershaw's injury problematic for Dodgers' run?

Should Dodger fans be concerned that Kershaw is going on the DL again? Is Clayton Kershaw officially on the backside of his career? Plus, Mychal Thompson and Jeff Katz explain whether or not Rose can keep James in Cleveland.

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Olney on Kershaw's injury and trade deadline

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney weighs in on Clayton Kershaw's injury and how it affects the Dodgers long term. Plus, he talks MLB trade deadline and more.

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Rangers' history with Dodgers something to watch

The Rangers have an ace Yu Darvish, the Dodgers need an ace with Clayton Kershaw's injury, and considering the history of Texas GM Jon Daniels and Los Angeles' Andrew Friedman, watch out for a trade a trade deadline deal.

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How Kershaw's injury impacts playoff strategy

L.A. Times Dodgers beat writer Dylan Hernandez joins The Morning Show to talk about how Kershaw's back injury impacts the team's playoff strategy, the organization's future and who the Dodgers are willing to give up for Yu Darvish.

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BBTN: Dodgers' Decision, Trade Market, Boston Mess

Buster Olney talks to Jon Sciambi and Bob Nightengale about Clayton Kershaw's prognosis, the trade market for starting pitchers and more. Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" and Dan Shaughnessy on David Price vs. Dennis Eckersley.

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Bellinger propels Dodgers to victory (1:33)
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Bellinger's three-run shot pushes Dodgers past Twins (0:27)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs5185th
Batting Average.2599th
On Base Percentage.3442nd
Slugging Percentage.4563rd
Earned Run Average3.151st
Quality Starts43Tied-16th
WHIP1.131st
BAA.2251st