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  • 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...
  • Yasiel Puig remains very much a work in progress for Dodgers

    Yasiel Puig  remains very much a work in progress for Dodgers
    “Why can't they be like we were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids today?” What are you gonna do? You explain, you teach and then you cross a lot of fingers. You can say “pretty please,” cajole, flash anger and...
  • SS Ramirez rejoins Dodgers' lineup

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Dodgers - INSIDE PITCH LOS ANGELES -- One of the 10 injured Los Angeles Dodgers returned Sunday when Hanley Ramirez came off the disabled and started against the New York Mets. The shortstop missed two...
  • Dodgers option Erisbel Arruebarrena as Hanley Ramirez returns

    Dodgers option Erisbel Arruebarrena as Hanley Ramirez returns
    The Dodgers optioned shortstop Erisbel Arruebarrena to single-A Rancho Cucamonga on Sunday to make room for Hanley Ramirez, who had been on the disabled list because of an oblique-muscle injury. Ramirez, the starting shortstop, was set to bat fifth in...
  • A day later, Zack Greinke still good to go for next Dodgers start

    And on Sunday morning, all smiles. Zack Greinke went seven innings and picked up the win Saturday without his elbow causing him added trouble, and on Sunday all was good. Manager Don Mattingly said before Greinke’s start that the key to his sore...
  • Fanfare or no, Adrian Gonzalez keeps getting job done for Dodgers

    Fanfare or no, Adrian Gonzalez keeps getting job done for Dodgers
    Adrian Gonzalez is not exactly what you would call media friendly. He can treat a softball baseball question like a deep inquiry to his personal life. He can be curt and off-putting and act like he cannot wait for the interview to be over. So the...
  • Adrian Gonzalez powers Dodgers' 7-4 win over Mets

    Adrian Gonzalez powers Dodgers' 7-4 win over Mets
    KEY MOMENT: Adrian Gonzalez hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning, turning a 3-2 deficit into a 5-3 lead. The home run was the 18th of the season for Gonzalez, who drove in five runs. Gonzalez singled in Carl Crawford in the fourth inning, reducing...
  • Dodgers' Zack Greinke looks OK in win over Mets, 7-4

    Dodgers' Zack Greinke looks OK in win over Mets, 7-4
    Pitching seven innings and earning his first victory of the month in the Dodgers' 7-4 victory over the New York Mets, Zack Greinke sounded certain his elbow was no longer a problem. "Hopefully, that's how it stays," Greinke said. Greinke was...
  • Greinke, Gonzalez lead Dodgers over Mets

    The Sports Xchange By Forrest Lee, The Sports Xchange Greinke, Gonzalez lead Dodgers over Mets LOS ANGELES -- Zack Greinke insists he's fine. Though he didn't exactly resemble his sometimes dominant self, Greinke pitched well enough to win. First...
  • Hanley Ramirez expected to return to lineup Sunday

    Hanley Ramirez expected to return to lineup Sunday
    It’s the start to the return of the wounded, or at least that’s the plan. Hanley Ramirez is scheduled to come off the disabled list Sunday, and Manager Don Mattingly said he expects to start him against the Mets. That’s even with an...
  • Where would the Dodgers be without Dee Gordon?

    Where would the Dodgers be without Dee Gordon?
    The Dodgers needed a spark plug. They were so desperate for a leadoff hitter they planned on using Yasiel Puig. Their No. 1 plan for a second baseman was a Cuban shortstop who had never played a lick of American baseball. And then they discovered an old...