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  • Hyun-Jin Ryu and Zack Greinke swap places in Dodgers rotation

    Trading places in the rotation with Zack Greinke, Hyun-Jin Ryu will make his next start Saturday instead of Sunday. By making the move, the Dodgers will avoid starting the left-handed Ryu and Clayton Kershaw on consecutive days. “Our main reason...
  • Letters: Too much hype praise for Bruins?

    Letters: Too much hype praise for Bruins?
    Jim Mora and his coaching staff should chip in and buy a steak dinner at the best restaurant in Charlottesville for the Virginia starting quarterback, as he was the Bruins' primary scoring weapon last Saturday. I shudder to think what the outcome would...
  • Dodgers can't make a move, on or off field, and lose to Nationals

    Dodgers can't make a move, on or off field, and lose to Nationals
    When the calendar switched from August to September early Monday morning, whatever intrigue was still swirling around the Dodgers roster vanished. The deadline had passed to acquire players who would be eligible for the playoffs. No relief help, no...
  • Joc Pederson will start for Dodgers in place of slumping Yasiel Puig

    That must have been one impressive ball Joc Pederson lined foul Monday night. Because one day after Manager Don Mattingly said he would only use his much ballyhooed prospect as a pinch-hitter or pinch-runner in September, Pederson was in the lineup....
  • Joc Pederson just might be what the Dodgers need for final push

    The Dodgers' future swaggered into the starting lineup at Chavez Ravine on Tuesday night, just in time to push aside ... the Dodgers' future? Joc Pederson was in, Yasiel Puig was out. And if you think you're confused, how about poor Queen Latifah, who...
  • The singular sensation that is the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw

    Yes, Obi-Wan, spoiled are you. Your master he is, and defeat him you cannot. All right, I apologize for that, but understand people are running out of fresh ways to describe the consistent brilliance of Clayton Kershaw. “Just use my quotes...
  • Dodgers kick more sand on the Diamondbacks in 9-5 win

    Dodgers kick more sand on the Diamondbacks in 9-5 win
    Upon further review, the Dodgers still love to beat up on the patsies. Back on the road, where things tend to work out for them, the Dodgers used two replay challenges and won both on the way to a six-run fourth inning. That led to a 9-5 victory...
  • Video replays help Dodgers to big inning in 9-5 victory at Arizona

    Video replays help Dodgers to big inning in 9-5 victory at Arizona
    Donnie Baseball? More like Donnie Replay. Utilizing baseball's expanded replay system, Manager Don Mattingly successfully overturned unfavorable calls on consecutive plays Tuesday night, playing a significant role in a six-run fourth-inning that vaulted...
  • Dodgers hold off Diamondbacks, 3-1

    AT THE PLATE: The Dodgers scored all their runs in the third inning, when Matt Kemp drove in two runs with a double to right-center and Scott Van Slyke blasted a solo home run to left. Van Slyke made an early departure from the game, as he sprained his...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw puts in predictable performance in win

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw puts in predictable performance in win
    Returning to the place where he pitched what was arguably the worst game of his career, Clayton Kershaw became baseball's first 16-game winner Wednesday night. As expected. Kershaw limited the Arizona Diamondbacks to one unearned run over eight...
  • Dodgers fall in 12 innings to Padres after Hanley Ramirez is injured

    Dodgers fall in 12 innings to Padres after Hanley Ramirez is injured
    Hanley Ramirez doesn't want to return to the disabled list. That much was evident Friday night, when a stiff left leg forced Ramirez to make an eighth-inning departure from the Dodgers’ 12-inning, 3-2 loss to the San Diego Padres at Petco Park....