Matt Moreno

Managing editor, Dodger Blue

Managing editor of the website Dodger Blue

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Major League Baseball has placed Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer on administrative leave amid recent sexual assault allegations against him.

Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer is benched after sexual assault allegations

Major League Baseball has placed Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer on administrative leave amid recent sexual assault allegations against him.

from Greater LA

It’s opening day for major league baseball, and Dodgers fans are hoping for a repeat of their World Series win.

On this baseball season opening day, LA and Anaheim fans have high hopes

It’s opening day for major league baseball, and Dodgers fans are hoping for a repeat of their World Series win.

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