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  • Josh Beckett is shaky in comeback as Dodgers lose to Tigers, 7-6

    Josh Beckett is shaky in comeback as Dodgers lose to Tigers, 7-6
    Josh Beckett was not great. The Dodgers do not need him to be, and that makes for a pretty great situation for the home team. Think about it. What other team could afford to employ a guy making close to $16 million as a fifth starter, with no shortage...
  • Dodgers' ninth-inning rally goes to waste in 7-6 loss to Tigers

    Dodgers' ninth-inning rally goes to waste in 7-6 loss to Tigers
    KEY MOMENT: Yasiel Puig had not played since spraining a thumb on a headfirst dive Saturday. But, as the Dodgers loaded the bases with none out in the ninth inning, there was Puig, headed to the on-deck circle and then the plate, as Dodger Stadium went...
  • Dodgers' Don Mattingly: No real concerns about Kenley Jansen

    Dodgers' Don Mattingly: No real concerns about Kenley Jansen
    He did not dazzle. Nor did he cause jaws to drop, heads to shake, or batters to mumble to themselves. Kenley Jansen appeared rather mortal in the Dodgers' last two games against the Detroit Tigers. Like a guy who could be had, particularly if you happen...
  • Chris Withrow pitching like someone who doesn't want to go back down

    Chris Withrow pitching like someone who doesn't want to go back down
    When do some really good baseball numbers still manage to come out looking bad? When they belong to Chris Withrow. Withrow has picked up where he left off last year in his rookie season, which was just shy of brilliant. The hard-throwing young right-...
  • Another big splash for the Dodgers in Arizona

    PHOENIX -- The last time the Dodgers were at Chase Field, they won the National League West and celebrated by leaping into the swimming pool on the other side of the short wall in right-center field. A controversy ensued, as some of the Arizona...
  • Adrian Gonzalez continues his Arizona show in Dodgers' 8-5 win

    Adrian Gonzalez continues his Arizona show in Dodgers' 8-5 win
    Adrian Gonzalez arrived Friday in Phoenix batting .189 on the young season and said he wasn’t the least bit worried. He felt his at-bats were good, even if the results were not. Seems he’s a man who knows his swing. In his two games since...
  • Zack Greinke labors through Dodgers' 8-5 win over Arizona

    Zack Greinke labors through Dodgers' 8-5 win over Arizona
    ON THE MOUND: Zack Greinke wasn't at his best as he gave up eight hits and threw 103 pitches in 5 1/3 innings. But he held the Diamondbacks to one run, which allowed him to depart the game with a 6-1 lead and earn his third victory of the season. As a...
  • Dee Gordon, Adrian Gonzalez help Dodgers make it an Arizona sweep

    It wasn’t fair. Not even a little. Not even with the usual belated comeback. The Dodgers completed their three-game series sweep Sunday of a bad Diamondbacks team that appears intent on getting worse, rolling behind Adrian Gonzalez’s daily...
  • Dan Haren struggles but gets third win for Dodgers

    Dan Haren struggles but gets third win for Dodgers
    ON THE MOUND: Dan Haren remained unbeaten with the Dodgers. Haren gave up nine hits and a walk in 5 2/3 innings but limited the damage to three runs. All three were scored in the third inning, which was capped by a solo home run by Eric Chavez. Haren...
  • Dodgers season preview: A pitching rich club

    Dodgers season preview: A pitching rich club
    With a lineup built around Hanley Ramirez and Adrian Gonzalez, the Dodgers might have more offensive firepower than any team in the National League. But catcher A.J. Ellis said that if they win the World Series this year, the primary reason will be...
  • Dodgers show vulnerability by blowing late lead at San Diego

    SAN DIEGO — For seven innings, it was a game that glittered with the Dodgers' brightest hopes. Then, in what felt like seven minutes, it was a game that swallowed them up in their worst fears. What began as a nice first chapter highlighted by...