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Don Mattingly

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  • Joe Maddon: 'I want to continue to be a Ray'

    From the moment the Dodgers announced the hiring of Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations on Tuesday, the baseball world anticipated the next step: the hiring of Joe Maddon as manager. Friedman and Maddon worked together for nine seasons...
  • Travis Ishikawa's walk-off home run sends Giants to World Series

    Ned Yost is in the World Series. Don Mattingly and Matt Williams can walk freely around their towns. In an October packed with managerial decisions gone wrong, the other guys are off the hook. Mike Matheny made the biggest blunder of the postseason...
  • New Dodgers exec Andrew Friedman long on optimism, short on specifics

    New Dodgers exec Andrew Friedman long on optimism, short on specifics
    At his introductory news conference Friday, the Dodgers' new president of baseball operations confirmed Don Mattingly would manage the team next season and that a general manager would be hired. That was about the extent of what Andrew Friedman...
  • Andrew Friedman: Don Mattingly definitely returning as Dodgers manager

    Don Mattingly will manage the Dodgers next season, the new president of baseball operations said Friday. “Definitely,” Andrew Friedman said at his introductory news conference at Dodger Stadium. Friedman said he had already spoken to...
  • Taking a final, forced look at that Dodgers 2014 bullpen

    Taking a final, forced look at that Dodgers 2014 bullpen
    It’s OK, you can open your eyes now. Come on out from that silly hiding place. It’s all over. Be courageous, the Dodgers’ 2014 bullpen has been put to rest. Not in peace, particularly, but to rest. Shot in the heart by Manager Don...
  • There's enough blame to go around for this Dodgers debacle

    There's enough blame to go around for this Dodgers debacle
    The failure ended with baseball's best pitcher turning his back to home plate, dropping his hands to his knees and his head toward the ground, shadowed by a Gateway Arch that hovers over the Dodgers like a pendulum over a pit. The failure happened here,...
  • Clayton Kershaw's next Dodgers playoff start still up in the air

    Clayton Kershaw didn't set foot on a mound at the Dodgers' voluntary workout Sunday at Busch Stadium, choosing to play catch with Dan Haren on flat ground instead of throwing a bullpen session. Considering Kershaw typically throws off a mound three days...
  • Matt Kemp pulls Dodgers out of a ditch in 3-2 win over Cardinals

    Matt Kemp pulls Dodgers out of a ditch in 3-2 win over Cardinals
    It was a swing for the memories. It was a swing for their lives. Moments after another dreadful Dodgers pitching collapse against the St. Louis Cardinals Saturday night, Matt Kemp lifted all of Dodger Stadium at the end of a stick with an eighth-...
  • Yasiel Puig mostly rides the bench in Dodgers' final game

    Yasiel Puig mostly rides the bench in Dodgers' final game
    Yasiel Puig was an All-Star this year. But Puig was largely a spectator Tuesday evening in what turned out to be his team's final game of the season. With the Dodgers trailing the St. Louis Cardinals two games to one, Manager Don Mattingly decided...
  • Letters: The fall of the Dodgers and Angels

    Letters: The fall of the Dodgers and Angels
    The Dodgers and Angels have clearly shown us that regular-season records and inflated payrolls, regardless of how impressive, do not make champions. Championships are earned in the postseason, and happen when each individual player performs to his maximum...
  • Dodgers' Don Mattingly says he expects team will keep GM Ned Colletti

    Dodgers' Don Mattingly says he expects team will keep GM Ned Colletti
    Two days after the Dodgers were eliminated from the playoffs, Manager Don Mattingly said he would be "surprised" if the team didn't retain General Manager Ned Colletti, whose future was becoming a source of widespread speculation. "We came in today...