After years of playoff heartache, there was just no stopping these Dodgers. They led the majors with 104 wins during the regular season. With ace Clayton Kershaw firing away at the top of a deep pitching staff, and co-NLCS MVPs Justin Turner and Chris Taylor leading a tough lineup, one of baseball's most storied franchises captured its first pennant since Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda managed Kirk Gibson, Orel Hershiser and Co. to Los Angeles' last championship in 1988. Will this team finally end LA's championship drought? Click here for the story.
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What was life like in LA in 1988 when the Dodgers last won a World Series?
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Hollywood A-listers bleed Dodger Blue, too. See photos
The importance of starting pitching is magnified in the playoffs. Good thing the Dodgers have one of the best rotations. Click here to learn about them.
Before Justin Turner became a Dodger fan favorite, he was a CSUF star. Click here
Dodger stars dish on celebrity crushes, walk-up songs and more. Watch exclusive interviews here
The team may sell the naming rights to the storied field at Chavez Ravine for $12 million. See the story
On June 2 at age 29, Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw became the fifth youngest pitcher in MLB history to record his 2,000th career strikeout. Watch here
For the first time in 67 seasons, the Dodgers are without Vin Scully in the booth. If you’re feeling nostalgic like we are, take a look back at the beloved broadcast legend's career in photos.
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