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A.J. Ellis

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  • Back home, Kemp flips power switch on

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Dodgers - INSIDE PITCH LOS ANGELES -- Left fielder Matt Kemp commemorated the start of the Dodgers' latest homestand by ending a personal power draught Friday night. In a 4-3 win over the Arizona...
  • Dodgers give up two quick runs, can't catch Reds in 4-1 loss

    KEY MOMENT: Zack Greinke gave up hits on three consecutive pitches — a single by Skip Schumaker, a home run by Todd Frazier and a double by Joey Votto — before getting an out. The Reds had a 2-1 lead and never looked back, although Greinke...
  • Dodgers' options have been limited by injuries

    Dodgers' options have been limited by injuries
    The Dodgers do not know when Hanley Ramirez might play again. Maybe Saturday. Maybe not. Maybe he goes on the disabled list. He could not play Thursday, one day after he got a cortisone injection to combat inflammation in his throwing shoulder. He could...
  • Slipping Dodgers unable to get 'traction'

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Dodgers - INSIDE PITCH KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Zack Greinke was the Kansas City Royals' first-round pick in the 2002 draft, made his debut at the age of 20 in 2004, the youngest player in the majors, and...
  • Scott Van Slyke has two homers, four RBIs in Dodgers' 6-2 win

    Scott Van Slyke has two homers, four RBIs in Dodgers' 6-2 win
    KEY MOMENT: Scott Van Slyke already had hit one home run against left-hander Tony Cingrani when, in the fifth inning, Van Slyke came up with two on and two out. The Reds had right-hander Logan Ondrusek warming up, but they stuck with Cingrani. He gave...
  • 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&...
  • Carl Crawford unsure where he fits in Dodgers' outfield

    As Carl Crawford approaches his return from the disabled list, the Dodgers' outfield overcrowding is about to resurface as an issue. Crawford is not promised an everyday job when he comes back. So, although the Dodgers have considered whether to...
  • Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, Dee Gordon exit game because of hip injuries

    For all the problems the Dodgers have encountered this season, they have remained relatively healthy. Until now, perhaps. Yasiel Puig and Dee Gordon sustained hip injuries Saturday at Coors Field, prompting their early exits from a 5-4, 10-inning...
  • Dodgers get 7-2 win over Rockies and better review from Don Mattingly

    When talking about his team's performance Friday night, Don Mattingly was back to using words that could be printed in a family newspaper. With the Dodgers opening a three-game series against the Colorado Rockies with a 7-2 victory at Coors Field,...
  • Will Dodgers respond to Don Mattingly?

    Will Dodgers respond to Don Mattingly?
    There was nothing surprising about Don Mattingly's recent criticism of the Dodgers, other than perhaps the decision to use an obscenity to describe the team. Mattingly tried something like this early last year, when the Dodgers were playing even worse...
  • 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...."...