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  • Playoff snubs ate at Dodgers' Paco Rodriguez, so now he eats better

    Playoff snubs ate at Dodgers' Paco Rodriguez, so now he eats better
    Paco Rodriguez would like to apologize to his grandmother. But it's really Don Mattingly's fault. Last fall Mattingly, the Dodgers manager, kept the left-handed reliever off a playoff roster for the second time in as many seasons. And for Rodriguez that...
  • Dodgers shut down Brandon League over shoulder soreness

    Dodgers shut down Brandon League over shoulder soreness
    And here things had been going so remarkably well with this new Dodgers bullpen. One of the few returning pieces, Brandon League, officially suffered a setback Monday, the right-hander getting shut down for several days with shoulder inflammation. He...
  • Dodgers starter Hyun-Jin Ryu is sharp in his first spring outing

    Dodgers starter Hyun-Jin Ryu is sharp in his first spring outing
    Hyun-Jin Ryu made his first appearance of the spring Thursday and he looked to be in midseason form, retiring all six batters he faced in the Dodgers' 1-0 win over the San Diego Padres. Ryu had his spring debut delayed by back soreness that so concerned...
  • Cubs 4, Dodgers 3: Justin Turner stays hot

    Cubs 4, Dodgers 3: Justin Turner stays hot
    AT THE PLATE: Justin Turner, who batted .340 in his first season with the Dodgers last year, was two for four with a two-run double in the fourth inning. The utility man is batting .308 this spring. "Everything's on the nose," Manager Don Mattingly said....
  • Dodgers' Zack Greinke pitches only two innings

    Dodgers' Zack Greinke pitches only two innings
    Zack Greinke says he should be ready for the beginning of the regular season. Whereas Clayton Kershaw pitched three innings in his second start of the spring, Greinke pitched only two against the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday because his throwing program...
  • Corey Seager impresses Dodgers with his maturity

    Corey Seager impresses Dodgers with his maturity
    From the Dodgers clubhouse to the manager's office, the verdict is unanimous: Corey Seager is the real deal. In the first two-plus weeks of spring training, the 20-year-old Seager has demonstrated why he is considered one of the top prospects in...
  • Howie Kendrick finds the middle ground for Dodgers after Angels

    Howie Kendrick finds the middle ground for Dodgers after Angels
    Faster than you can say "bye-bye speeding bullet" and "red to blue," Los Angeles baseball fans were thrown a curve over the winter. It was Dec. 11, and the Dodgers were on a transaction tear. The first shoe to drop was a head-scratcher for some,...
  • Yasiel Puig hits his first home run of spring, is living up to expectations

    Yasiel Puig hits his first home run of spring, is living up to expectations
    Shortly after reporting to spring training, Yasiel Puig said he wanted to be the Kobe Bryant or LeBron James of baseball. For the first two-plus weeks of camp, Puig's effort has reflected his ambition. "He's backing that up with his work," Manager Don...
  • Dodgers' Corey Seager compared to Cal Ripken Jr., John Olerud

    Dodgers' Corey Seager compared to Cal Ripken Jr., John Olerud
    Manager Don Mattingly lavished praise on 20-year-old Corey Seager, comparing the infield prospect to Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. and former batting champion John Olerud. “Without a putting a giant X on his back, he’s more like a Ripken to...
  • Spring training: Dodgers 4, Milwaukee 3

    Spring training: Dodgers 4, Milwaukee 3
    AT THE PLATE: With one out in the bottom of the ninth inning, top prospect Corey Seager doubled off the outstretched glove of Brewers center fielder Logan Schafer to drive in the winning run. An inning earlier, right fielder Kyle Jensen hit his second...
  • Dodgers pitcher Brandon McCarthy trusts front office brain power

    Dodgers pitcher Brandon McCarthy trusts front office brain power
    Even before Brandon McCarthy had any inkling he might sign with the Dodgers, he was intrigued when they hired Andrew Friedman to be their president of baseball operations. McCarthy's curiosity increased when the analytically-inclined Friedman added Farhan...