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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw tosses no-hitter

    LOS ANGELES -- Clayton Kershaw tossed his first career no-hitter, and the Los Angeles Dodgers pounded the Colorado Rockies 8-0 Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium. Kershaw (7-2) struck out a career-high 15 and issued no walks in his 107-pitch outing. He...
  • MLB slightly adjusts home plate collision rule

    After all the angst, all the confusion, all the outrage over the new rule designed to make collisions at home plate extinct, baseball officials responded Tuesday with one little change. "If a runner is out by 30 feet," Angels General Manager Jerry...
  • Dodgers beat Giants, 9-1, to clinch NL West title

    Dodgers beat Giants, 9-1, to clinch NL West title
    It might not always have been the smoothest of rides, but it offered the desired finish: the National League West title. The Dodgers won their second consecutive division title Wednesday night, fittingly behind the impressive pitching of Clayton...
  • Clayton Kershaw applies the clincher for Dodgers

    Clayton Kershaw applies the clincher for Dodgers
    The closer the Dodgers moved to the division title Wednesday night, the louder the fans at Dodger Stadium chanted. "M-V-P! M-V-P!" By the time Clayton Kershaw walked off the field in the eighth inning with a four-run lead, the call of the crowd was...
  • A look at what the Dodgers' postseason roster might look like

    A look at what the Dodgers' postseason roster might look like
    And now, on to other things. Besides the post-celebration laundry. As the playoff schedule so thoughtfully provided, the Dodgers are off today, giving them a full day to drink grandpa’s secret hangover concoction and begin to focus on the...
  • Inside the party in the Dodgers' clubhouse

    Inside the party in the Dodgers' clubhouse
    I’m wet and I’m sticky and I’m cold in this press box, wishing for one night I covered a good losing team. Or a very quotable one. It’s well after 1 a.m. The Dodgers clinched their division title hours ago, sprinted around the...
  • A.J. Ellis sprains ankle during no-hitter celebration, goes on DL

    A.J. Ellis sprains ankle during no-hitter celebration, goes on DL
    These major accomplishments can prove costly. Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis┬ásprained his right ankle in the on-field celebration after Josh Beckett’s no-hitter Sunday in Philadelphia, stepping on, of all things, catcher Drew Butera’s┬ámask....
  • Hyun-Jin Ryu flirts with perfection in Dodgers' win over Reds

    Hyun-Jin Ryu flirts with perfection in Dodgers' win over Reds
    Before boarding a plane from Philadelphia to Los Angeles, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly joked with pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu. Josh Beckett had just pitched a no-hitter for the Dodgers and Ryu was scheduled to face the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night. "You'...
  • Dodgers' Drew Butera having his rough moments behind the plate

    Dodgers' Drew Butera having his rough moments behind the plate
    Pitchers rave about the way Drew Butera works behind the plate. He came to the Dodgers last season with a reputation as a defensive whiz and quickly everyone could understand why. Only that’s not to imply he hasn’t had his rough moments....
  • Dodgers are running in place — will they ever get on a roll?

    Dodgers are running in place — will they ever get on a roll?
    Does it really seem so much to ask? A little roll? Stringing a few wins together? Some actual movement in a forward direction? Right now the Dodgers are kings of treading water, which I guess is swell if you’re on a water polo team but doesn&...
  • Letters: Can't see what they can't hit

    Letters: Can't see what they can't hit
    I understand from reading the L.A. Times sports page that Josh Beckett threw a no-hitter followed by Hyun-Jin Ryu's seven innings of a perfect game, but I don't believe it because "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to see it...."...