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Dodgers investigate Miguel Olivo-Alex Guerrero incident

By Steve Dilbeck The day after, the Dodgers were remaining mum while conducting an investigation into the Tuesday dugout fight in Salt Lake City where prized prospect Alex Guerrero reportedly had a piece of his ear bitten off by catcher Miguel Olivo. ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers get 15 hits, beat the Mets, 9-4

By Dylan Hernandez Dodgers 9, Mets 4 ON THE MOUND: Josh Beckett wasn't at his best but still won for the second consecutive time. He was charged with four runs and eight hits over five innings. Of the four runs, three came in the sixth inning on home runs by Curtis Granderson and ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Diamondbacks get very offensive in 18-7 rout of Dodgers

By Dylan Hernandez KEY MOMENT: With the Dodgers' deficit down to 10-7, Chris Withrow served up a back-breaking three-run home run to Paul Goldschmidt with two outs in the seventh inning. The Diamondbacks added another run in the inning when Gerardo Parra doubled off Chris Perez to drive in Ender Inciarte. That... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers are roughed up by Diamondbacks

By Dylan Hernandez Clayton Kershaw has returned this season from a strained back muscle that landed him on the disabled list for the first time. Now, Kershaw will have to recover from one of the worst starts of his seven-year career. In the latest unexpected turn in what is shaping into a frustrating... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers are out of sight, could become out of mind

By Bill Plaschke The Dodgers were destined to do amazing things this season, but only six weeks into the season, it seems they've already done the impossible. One of baseball's most glamorous teams, playing in the second-biggest media market, has somehow completely disappeared. There is no buzz... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers have faded from view on TV; will they fade from fans' hearts?

By Jim Peltz Nearly two months into the season, Dodgers fans are coming to grips with the team's being largely absent from television. The Dodgers have played 44 games yet their TV broadcasts remain off-limits to anyone who doesn't subscribe to Time Warner Cable. The cable company, which acquired rights... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Hyun-Jin Ryu's return will have Dodgers' bullpen dominoes in motion

By Steve Dilbeck Gushing is so unbecoming, unless you know, they're gushing about you. Then a modest amount is permitted, or required. Manager Don Mattingly seemed almost giddy Friday when describing Hyun-Jin Ryu's simulated game and previous bullpen session. “His 'pen the other day was just ridiculous,”... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers again flex their muscles against Diamondbacks in 7-0 win

By Steve Dilbeck If every team they played were like the Arizona Diamondbacks, they Dodgers would be the '27 Yankees. They'd be less a team than legend. Forget cable, network television demand they be on prime time. When the Dodgers play the Diamondbacks, they are next to unbeatable. Against the rest of the... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Time for these oh-so-average Dodgers to actually get it rolling

By Steve Dilbeck The Los Angeles Dodgers, most expensive mediocre team in baseball history? Of course, they're the most expensive any kind of team right now, but are hardly looking like that juggernaut that was supposed to pillage the Nation League on its way to the World Series. The 22-20 Dodgers seem so... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Error helps fuel six-run rally in Dodgers' 13-3 loss to Marlins

By Bill Shaikin KEY MOMENT: There was no score and one out in the second inning, and the Marlins had the bases loaded for pitcher Anthony DeSclafani, batting for the first time in his major league career. He grounded to second base for what should have been a forceout and might have been ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

All systems fail for Dodgers in 13-3 loss to Marlins

By Bill Shaikin Nothing seemed to be working properly at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday. Not the scoreboard, which struggled to keep up with every run the Miami Marlins scored and finally gave out entirely. Not the phone line between the dugout and the bullpen, which also gave out, forcing Dodgers Manager Don... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers can still find more ugly at home in 13-3 loss to Marlins

By Steve Dilbeck There are going to be some ugly ones. That's understood. Play 162 games a season and you're going to take part in a few you hope mom wasn't watching. It felt like the Dodgers got enough ugly in their 13-3 loss to the Marlins on a sweaty Wednesday night at ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers activate A.J. Ellis and put him in lineup

By Steve Dilbeck A.J. Ellis is back and in the lineup. The Dodgers' primary catcher was activated from the disabled list prior to Wednesday's homestand finale against the Miami Marlins and immediately placed in the starting lineup. Catcher Miguel Olivo was optioned back to triple-A Albuquerque to make... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers hold on to defeat Marlins, 6-5

By Dylan Hernandez AT THE PLATE: Yasiel Puig hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning to turn a 3-1 deficit into a 4-3 lead. The Dodgers never trailed again. The home run was the seventh of the season for Puig, who also drew a bases-loaded walk in the fifth inning. He ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

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Dodgers get positive injury updates on Juan Uribe, A.J. Ellis

By Steve Dilbeck Injuries can be like waves, coming in one moment, heading out the next. Now the Dodgers, who probably figure they're a little due for some good injury news, appear about to receive some. Manager Don Mattingly said that third baseman Juan Uribe (sore hamstring) would be available to pinch-... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

Category: After the Manuscript, Viewpoints, Mari Selby

    

Giants top Dodgers 7-4 in 10 after Romo blows save

Pablo Sandoval and Hector Sanchez hit RBI singles in the 10th inning, and the San Francisco Giants recovered to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-4 Sunday after closer Sergio Romo gave up a tying homer to Hanley Ramirez.

San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Sergio Romo throws against the Los Angeles Dodgers ...read more

Source: The Sacramento Bee

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Juan Uribe remains out of Dodgers' lineup after pregame running

By Steve Dilbeck Careful as she goes. Juan Uribe remained out of the Dodgers' lineup Sunday afternoon, the team still uncertain whether it will need to place him on the disabled list with what they are calling a mild hamstring strain. Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly said it was possible Uribe might be able ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

Category: After the Manuscript, Viewpoints, Mari Selby

    

Dodgers' Andre Ethier may not be thrilled with new role, but he's calm

By Steve Dilbeck Since 2006 there has been a kaleidoscope of Andre Ethiers -- varied, complex, often unpredictable. He could be so clutch one moment, irritated over seemingly nothing the next, life of the clubhouse and then sulking. He could be a clever, terrific interview one time, testy and difficult the... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

Category: After the Manuscript, Viewpoints, Mari Selby

    

Giants LHP Bumgarner stifles Dodgers in 3-1 win

Once he found the outside corner, everything went smoothly for Madison Bumgarner. His only hiccup led to a quick confrontation with Yasiel Puig.

Los Angeles Dodgers' manager Don Mattingly leaves the field after being ejected as Hanley Ramirez, right, stands at the plate and umpire Ted Barrett, left, walks behind him ...read more

Source: The Sacramento Bee

    

Josh Beckett still looking for first win with Dodgers

By Dylan Hernandez ON THE MOUND: Josh Beckett remains in search of his first victory, as he made another solid start for which he wasn't rewarded. Beckett limited the Giants to one run and five hits over 6 2/3 innings, lowering his earned-run average to 2.80 in the process. He didn't give up ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Hope springs eternal, but so does Dodgers cable blackout

By Chris Erskine "There is no medicine like hope," once wrote Orison Marden, that most-American of authors. "[There is] no tonic so powerful as expectation of something tomorrow." For Dodgers fans, tomorrow's tonic seems a long way off right now. How long can this TV blackout linger? In San Diego, a similar... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Dodgers fall to Washington Nationals, 3-2, ending grueling trip

By Kevin Baxter WASHINGTON — It seemed only fitting that the Dodgers had to wait out one final rain delay Wednesday before they could close the books on one of the most difficult road trips in recent memory. In the span of 10 days and nine games the Dodgers endured a rainout followed ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Clayton Kershaw shows Dodgers what they've been missing in 8-3 win

By Steve Dilbeck There now, feel better? Clayton Kershaw returned to the Dodgers on Tuesday, and for one night, all was right in their blue-colored world. Kershaw had not pitched in a major league game since March 22, though the Washington Nationals might have been hard-pressed to believe it after he held... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Zack Greinke, Dodgers are left all wet in Washington

By Kevin Baxter Dodger catcher Drew Butera says teammate Zack Greinke is a student of the game. “I follow the statistics,” Greinke admitted. “But not to the extreme.” Yet even a cursory familiarity with the numbers was probably enough to give Greinke a grasp of the history that was washed away by Monday'... ...read more

Source: Los Angeles Times

    

Ethier's HR propels Dodgers over Diamondbacks

Andre Ethier hit a three-run homer and the Los Angeles Dodgers rallied from an early four-run deficit to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-6 on Saturday.

Fans cheer as Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Martin Prado, foreground, makes a fielding error on a ground ball hit by Los Angeles Dodgers' Hanley Ramirez during ...read more

Source: The Sacramento Bee

    

Ryu pitches Dodgers past Giants 2-1 to avoid sweep

Hyun-Jin Ryu pitched for his country, doing anything he could from afar to lift spirits in South Korea after all the lives lost during a devastating ferry accident.

San Francisco Giants baserunner Brandon Belt (9) is forced out at second base after Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig dropped a ...read more

Source: The Sacramento Bee

    

Sandoval comes through in Giants’ 2-1 win over Dodgers

By mkawahara@sacbee.com (Matt Kawahara) SAN FRANCISCO -- Giants manager Bruce Bochy has shown faith in Pablo Sandoval, opting not to drop Sandoval out of the third spot in the order despite the third baseman's .164 average going into Wednesday. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly did not show the same faith in Sandoval's hitting abilities right ...read more

Source: The Sacramento Bee

    

Sandoval's single lifts Giants past Dodgers, 2-1

Pablo Sandoval singled in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, lifting the San Francisco Giants to a 2-1 victory over the rival Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night and into first place in the NL West.

Los Angeles Dodgers' Hanley Ramirez, center, walks off the field as teammate Matt Kemp ...read more

Source: The Sacramento Bee

    

Dodgers, MLB mum on article detailing Puig's defection

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Major League Baseball declined to comment Monday about a magazine article detailing Yasiel Puig's dangerous escape from Cuba and the death threats the 23-year-old right fielder received last year from human traffickers under control of a major Mexican drug cartel.

Los Angeles Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, left, ...read more

Source: The Sacramento Bee

    

V-Mart's shot in 10th lifts Tigers by Dodgers

By Associated Press Victor Martinez hit a leadoff home run in the 10th inning, his second clutch hit against Los Angeles closer Kenley Jansen in two games, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Dodgers 7-6 Wednesday night after Joe Nathan blew a three-run lead in the ninth. ...read more

Source: ESPN

    

Martinez's HR in 10th gives Tigers 7-6 win over Dodgers after Nathan blows 3-run lead

Victor Martinez hit a leadoff home run in the 10th inning, his second clutch hit against Los Angeles closer Kenley Jansen in two games, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Dodgers 7-6 Wednesday night after Joe Nathan blew a three-run lead in the ninth. ...read more

Source: Fox News