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Brandon Hicks (baseball)

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  • Brett Anderson throws two scoreless innings in first spring outing

    Brett Anderson throws two scoreless innings in first spring outing
    You take the first step, then a second, and you see where it takes you. Or in the case of a pitcher, the first throw. Brett Anderson had not been in a competitive baseball situation since Aug. 5, when his back called and surgery answered.
  • Josh Beckett still looking for first win with Dodgers

    Josh Beckett still looking for first win with Dodgers
    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....

    Are the Dodgers not fully ready to play?

    Are the Dodgers not fully ready to play?
    Considering the season is only a little more than a month old, the Dodgers went into their series opener against the San Francisco Giants on Thursday with an unusual sense of urgency. A day that ended with the Giants scoring twice in the 10th inning...

    Giants rally against Clayton Kershaw, then Kenley Jansen in 7-4 win

    Giants rally against Clayton Kershaw, then Kenley Jansen in 7-4 win
    See, all things are possible. The Dodgers were up by a run in the seventh inning, the Giants had a runner at second base, ace Clayton Kershaw got ahead in the count 0-2 on San Francisco’s Brandon Hicks and he promptly gave up a two-run homer....

    Dodgers find something, then lose it in 7-4 defeat to Giants

    Dodgers find something, then lose it in 7-4 defeat to Giants
    The elements for an emotional victory were in place Sunday, which is why Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen were particularly regretful about their roles in the Dodgers' 10-inning, 7-4 loss to the San Francisco Giants. Kershaw served up a seventh-...