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Chris Heisey

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  • Checking in on those spring kids who looked so good for Dodgers

    Checking in on those spring kids who looked so good for Dodgers
    Remember the kids? Blasting baseballs all over the Arizona desert? Almost demanding attention. They were sent down, of course, the Dodgers roster all but set for position players. Still, wonder what kind of a start they’ve gotten off to in the...
  • Dodgers' losing streak ends as roster machinations continue

    Dodgers' losing streak ends as roster machinations continue
    As Yasiel Puig extended his right leg in a futile attempt to beat a throw to first base in the sixth inning of a 3-0 victory over the San Diego Padres Friday night, he felt something in his left hamstring. Puig limped as he retreated to the visiting...
  • Dodgers blow ninth-inning lead, lose 3-2 to Giants in 10th

    Dodgers blow ninth-inning lead, lose 3-2 to Giants in 10th
    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers were forced to watch the Giants celebrate a walk-off victory for the second consecutive day, as Justin Maxwell singled off Juan Nicasio in the 10th inning to drive in Angel Pagan. For the Giants, the win completed a three-game...
  • Dodgers don't have a comeback for San Francisco

    KEY MOMENT: The Giants had runners on second and third with two outs in the fourth inning when Nori Aoki hit a slow roller to Adrian Gonzalez at first base. Gonzalez scooped up the ball, but his toss to first was too far in front of pitcher Brett...
  • Dodgers end spring in 6-6 tie with Angels, finally set 25-man roster

    Dodgers end spring in 6-6 tie with Angels, finally set 25-man roster
    The Dodgers’ new front office was very busy this off-season, not only making a flood of trades, but signing a wealth of non-roster invitees. When they finally got around to announcing their 25-man roster Saturday night after their 6-6 tie with the...
  • Dodgers call it a camp, but decisions still loom

    Dodgers call it a camp, but decisions still loom
    They packed their bats and gloves and laptops and called it a camp. For the Dodgers a spring’s work was done. Or as close as they could manage, anyway. The Dodgers completed their Cactus League season Wednesday with an almost fitting 4-4 tie...
  • Tuesday's recap: White Sox 2, Dodgers 1

    Tuesday's recap: White Sox 2, Dodgers 1
    The summary In his final Cactus League start, White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon gave up one on four hits over 51/3 innings in the Sox's 2-1 victory over the Dodgers. Chris Heisey homered on a changeup as Rodon looked to fine-tune the pitch, using...
  • Andre Ethier OK after hit on elbow in Dodgers' 2-1 loss to White Sox

    Andre Ethier OK after hit on elbow in Dodgers' 2-1 loss to White Sox
    Late scares in spring training are the worst. At this point, teams have pretty much decided on how they’re going to break camp, players are rounded into shape and finally honed, and everybody is all packed to go home. And then a player goes down...
  • Spring training: Chicago White Sox 2, Dodgers 1

    Spring training: Chicago White Sox 2, Dodgers 1
    ON THE MOUND: Joe Wieland did enough to still be considered a candidate to replace the sidelined Hyun-Jin Ryu in the rotation, as he limited the White Sox to two runs and nine hits in five innings. Wieland didn't walk any batters. Bullpen candidates David...
  • Brandon McCarthy's conditioning is tested in Dodgers' spring game

    Brandon McCarthy's conditioning is tested in Dodgers' spring game
    Brandon McCarthy watched from the bench Sunday as the Dodgers scored five runs in one inning and two in another. The more his team scored, the more he would have to wait to return to the mound. The long innings, combined with temperatures in the mid-to-...
  • Dodgers continue their long-ball show in 5-4 win over Angels

    Dodgers continue their long-ball show in 5-4 win over Angels
    Home runs, nice to have. Generally very helpful when you’re attempting to outscore the other team. The Dodgers lost their two most powerful bats in the off-season -- Matt Kemp traded to the Padres, Hanley Ramirez signing with the Red Sox -- so...