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Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

The Dodgers championship ring has many features including the LA logo crafted from 17 custom-cut genuine sapphires. The ring also includes the teams the Dodgers beat in the playoffs for their 2020 championship, and more.

Champions! Has a Nice Ring to It! Dodgers Celebrate Home Opening Weekend, Sweep Nationals

Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director April 12, 2021

After 32 years and one whole year without playing in front of fans, the Dodgers once again returned home. This time coming home as World Champions. The boys in blue had their Opening Day set for Friday the 9th and their home Opening Weekend Series this weekend against the Washington Nationals.  The...

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The Dodgers clinched their 7th championship in team history Tuesday night. The win marks their 6th championship in Los Angeles, while the other was when the team was still in Brooklyn.

At Last! Dodgers Break 32 Year Drought, Win 2020 World Series

Dodgers Win 2020 World Series, Their First World Series Title Since 1988
Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director November 2, 2020

The 32-year drought is finally over! After a season like no other, the Los Angeles Dodgers are the 2020 World Series Champions, defeating the Tampa Bay Rays by a score of 3-1 in Game 6 of the World Series.  The championship is the team’s seventh in franchise history and first since 1988. Since...

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Los Angeles Dodgers in victory formation after huge game 5 win.

Dodgers Regain World Series Lead in Game 5

John Rodriguez, News/Photo Editor October 26, 2020

Clayton Kershaw would make his 5th start this post season hoping to lead the Dodgers to a victory. Kershaw the past 4 games has a 3 - 1 record, a 2.88 ERA and striking out 31 batters. Tyler Glasow would also seek a victory, as he would try to put the Rays on top in the series. Glanow only pitching 4...

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The 2020 Dodgers become only the fourteenth team in MLB history to come back from a 3-1 deficit to advance to the World Series. The Dodgers will face off against Rays starter Tyler Glasnow in Game 1 and starter Blake Snell in Game 2 of the World Series.

The Dodgers are World Series Bound

Dodgers Complete 3-1 NLCS Comeback, Advance to their Third World Series in Four Years
Enrique Medina, Broadcast Director October 20, 2020

The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched their third National League Pennant in the last four years, defeating the Atlanta Braves in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series by a final score of 4-3 last Sunday. The win completed the Dodgers comeback from a 3-1 series deficit from Texas Rangers' Globe...

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Nationals Win First World Series Title in Franchise History

Nationals Win First World Series Title in Franchise History

Marissa Valenzuela, A&E Editor October 30, 2019

Washington secured four wins in Houston for the 2019 World Series title With a 6-2 win, the Washington Nationals overcame the Houston Astros. In a series ending game 7, the Nationals took their first World Series title at Minute Maid Park. The visiting team won all seven games in a series during the...

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Dodgers Looking Ahead To The Postseason

Joseph Rodriguez , Reporter September 24, 2019

With one week left in the regular season, the playoff picture is starting to become clear. Despite the fact that we are still unsure of what teams will make the playoffs, one thing is for sure, the LA Dodgers will make the playoffs. Not only will they make it, but they will most likely be the number...

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Dodgers: Back-to-back NL champs ready to get back to work

David Ibarra, Reporter March 8, 2019

With Spring Training nearing its end, the Dodgers seem to be in good hands leading into the new season. The defending National League champions are currently riding a 7-5 Spring Training record with three weeks left to go before Opening Day on March 28th. It is a safe assumption that the Dodgers appear...

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City Hall Tribute to Dodgers

Dodgers 29 years in the making!

Cynthia Olvera, Reporter October 20, 2017

The Los Angeles Dodgers are making their first World Series appearance in 29 years. They clinched their World Series berth against the defending champions Chicago Cubs on Thursday night 11-1. Dodgers rallied behind Kike Hernandez who had a performance of a lifetime. Hernandez hit 3 home runs one of...

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Cubs won the World Series 8-7 in the seventh game.

Fly The W: The Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions

Xavier Alatorre, News Editor November 9, 2016

108 years ago, women were not allowed to vote. Today, woman are allowed to vote and some Americans will vote for the first female president. 108 years ago, Ford released the Model T, the country’s first affordable automobile. Today, the Interstate Highway system dominates ground travel in the United...

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Cubs shortstop Addison Russell (pictured) was responsible for six RBIs in the game six victory. His play helped force a game seven in Cleveland.

Cubs take game six in Cleveland; World Series now comes down to game seven

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor November 3, 2016

Things were not looking good for the Chicago Cubs after falling behind the Indians 3-1 in the World Series, but a couple wins in a row for the Cubs has forced a winner-takes-all game seven. Game six of the World Series was played at a chilly Progressive Field in Cleveland last night and saw the Indians...

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Clayton Kershaw watches one of his pitches travel to the outfield during game six of the NLCS.

Dodgers’ sensational season comes to an end after losing game six to the Cubs in Chicago

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor October 24, 2016

The Los Angeles Dodgers were eliminated from the postseason Saturday night after losing to the Cubs 5-0 at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The Dodgers had Clayton Kershaw going on the mound for them in game six, but his magic seemed to have run out. He had been clutch throughout the 2016 postseason, racking...

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Clayton Kershaw gave up only two hits in seven innings as he shutout the Cubs in Chicago on Sunday night.

Kershaw powers Dodgers to 1-0 victory over Cubs; series now shifts to Los Angeles all tied up

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor October 17, 2016

After losing game 1 of the NLCS to the Cubs due to a late pitching collapse, the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw pitched a shutout Sunday night at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The shutout powered the Dodgers to a 1-0 victory and the Boys in Blue have now tied up the series with the Cubbies at 1-1.  The series...

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