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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw pitching on short rest could depend on Game 3

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw pitching on short rest could depend on Game 3
    Ugh, you can’t win? Sometimes it certainly must feel that way to a manager. Leave Clayton Kershaw in and it backfires. Take Zack Greinke out and it backfires. Now Manager Don Mattingly is faced with another headache-inducing decision –...
  • Dodgers are uncertain about Clayton Kershaw pitching on three days' rest

    The Dodgers remain undecided whether Clayton Kershaw will pitch on three days' rest in Game 4 of their National League division series against the St. Louis Cardinals, Manager Don Mattingly said. Kershaw was torched for eight runs in 6 2/3 innings in...
  • Trusting instincts proved costly for Cardinals in Game 2

    Trusting instincts proved costly for Cardinals in Game 2
    Baseball isn’t about thinking. It’s about instincts and learned reactions. That’s why hitters take hundreds of swings a week in batting practice and pitchers throw dozens of pitches a week in the bullpen. But on Saturday, in one of...
  • Hyun-Jin Ryu scheduled to start for Dodgers in Game 3 at St. Louis

    Hyun-Jin Ryu scheduled to start for Dodgers in Game 3 at St. Louis
    So far, the Dodgers can’t complain much about how things are shaping up for their division series against the St. Louis Cardinals. They are pretty healthy, and on Thursday, they got a little healthier. Manager Don Mattingly said Hyun-Jin Ryu...
  • Relief pitchers may become a factor for Dodgers to advance in playoffs

    Relief pitchers may become a factor for Dodgers to advance in playoffs
    Brian Wilson in the eighth inning, Kenley Jansen in the ninth. That was the late-inning formula the Dodgers used last year. And that was the formula they had in mind when they re-signed Wilson to a contract that could pay him $18.5 million over two...
  • Dodgers stay quiet about Clayton Kershaw pitching on three days' rest

    Dodgers stay quiet about Clayton Kershaw pitching on three days' rest
    Clayton Kershaw pitched Game 4 of a National League division series last year on three days' rest. Could Kershaw do the same again this year? Kershaw and the Dodgers wouldn't say. "Anything like that, we wouldn't talk about now," Manager Don...
  • Andre Ethier takes the high road about limited role with Dodgers

    Andre Ethier takes the high road about limited role with Dodgers
    For years he was everywhere, but suddenly he's nowhere. He is not in the outfield. He is not on the video board. His name is not recited in chants. His face cannot be seen amid the bubbles. In all the recent Dodgers hoopla, he has been missing, a...
  • Final day of the 2014 season is a beautiful day for baseball

    The clock had just struck 10 on Sunday morning, the dawn of a classic day of baseball. This was Game 162, and not one postseason matchup was set. The Dodgers did not know what team they would play. But they knew they were in the playoffs, and their...
  • Dodgers finish regular season with a 10-5 clobbering of Rockies

    AT THE PLATE: Adrian Gonzalez hit a three-run home run in the third inning to finish the season with 116 runs batted in, the most in the major leagues. Gonzalez finished five RBIs ahead of Mike Trout of the Angels. "It's definitely something cool to be...
  • Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu, Dee Gordon recovering well from injuries

    Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu, Dee Gordon recovering well from injuries
    The Dodgers received positive news on the medical front, as Hyun-Jin Ryu pitched a pain-free bullpen session and Dee Gordon reported improvement on his irritated right hip. Ryu, who has been sidelined with an irritated shoulder, threw around 40 pitches....
  • It wasn't too much belief in Clayton Kershaw but not enough in bullpen

    It wasn't too much belief in Clayton Kershaw but not enough in bullpen
    Legacies are made in the postseason. It’s where memories are formed, images are permanently etched and moments become eternal. Clayton Kershaw longs to create such a memory on baseball’s grandest stage. He’s a player who’s done...