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  • Dodgers' Zack Greinke gets roughed up in loss to Kansas City, 5-3

    KEY MOMENT: Kansas City starter Jeremy Guthrie had faced the minimum 12 batters through four innings when Adrian Gonzalez and Matt Kemp each singled to start the fifth inning. But Andre Ethier struck out, and A.J. Ellis and Miguel Rojas grounded out....
  • Clayton Kershaw shuts down Royals in Dodgers' 2-0 win

    Not that Clayton Kershaw has built unrealistic expectations or anything, but the guy gave up six hits Tuesday. And get this, he walked a batter. He did, however, hold the Kansas City Royals scoreless all night, which was a very good thing because the...
  • Dodgers shut down Royals, 2-0

    KEY MOMENT: After Clayton Kershaw got the first out in the first inning, Eric Hosmer singled. That ensured Johnny Vander Meer would remain the only pitcher in major league history with consecutive no-hitters. AT THE PLATE: Justin Turner, leading off for...
  • A.J. Ellis takes one for team in Dodgers' 5-4 win over Royals

    Some hits do not help the batting average, but they can win games. The Dodgers were locked in a 4-4 tie with the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night when A.J. Ellis came to the plate with the bases loaded in the eighth inning. Normally this is an...
  • General Manager Ned Colletti wants a rewrite on Dodgers 'pen

    General Manager Ned Colletti wants a rewrite on Dodgers 'pen
    As the Dodgers began the second half of their season Friday, their bullpen remained an area of concern for General Manager Ned Colletti. Speaking before a 3-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals at Dodger Stadium, Colletti said that was the part of the team...
  • Clayton Kershaw dominates Cardinals; Dodgers move into tie for first

    Clayton Kershaw dominates Cardinals; Dodgers move into tie for first
    We interrupt the current glorification of all things World Cup and the hyper-analysis of the NBA draft and concern about U.S. men's tennis at Wimbledon to bring you this local sporting update: The Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw have got it going. -------...
  • Dodgers find plenty of offense in 6-0 win over Cardinals

    Dodgers find plenty of offense in 6-0 win over Cardinals
    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers scored their first two runs in the fourth inning, which Yasiel Puig led off with a walk. Adrian Gonzalez countered the Cardinals' defensive shift with a bunt single down the third-base line, which set up a run-scoring hit by Matt...
  • Clayton Kershaw gives his assent to Dodgers' ascent to first place

    Clayton Kershaw gives his assent to Dodgers' ascent to first place
    Clayton Kershaw delivered the kind of performance Sunday that turned the Dodgers' ascension to first place into an afterthought. Kershaw pitched seven innings in a 6-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals at Dodger Stadium, dominating in a fashion...
  • Clint Robinson's first hit in the majors is big for the Dodgers

    The Dodgers waited more than two months for what happened Monday night. Clint Robinson waited a lifetime. The most expensive team in baseball moved into sole possession of first place in the National League West, as Robinson's first career hit drove...
  • After review, and review, Indians turn triple play on Dodgers

    After review, and review, Indians turn triple play on Dodgers
    Ever seen a triple play? Yeah, but never like this one. Such a triple play was never even possible until this season. The Cleveland Indians turned a triple play on the Dodgers in the bottom of the fourth inning Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium -- after...
  • Dodgers get a reality check in 10-3 loss to Indians

    Hey, it wasn’t like they were all going to be pretty little things the rest of the way. Anyone suffering under the delusion that the Dodgers’ recent turnaround meant only blue skies ahead, had only to take in their 10-3 loss to the Cleveland...