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  • Dodgers Dugout: Giant problems

    Dodgers Dugout: Giant problems
    Hi, Houston Mitchell here with one big thought: Of all the teams to get swept by, why did it have to be the Giants? Giant step back Remember all the giddiness from that seven-game winning streak? Yeah, I don’t either after losing three...
  • Dodgers are swept by San Francisco Giants; Alex Guerrero homers again

     Dodgers are swept by San Francisco Giants; Alex Guerrero homers again
    In a three-game sweep by the San Francisco Giants that concluded Thursday with a 3-2 defeat in 10 innings, the Dodgers scored a total of six runs. Four of them were driven in by Alex Guerrero. So, as the Dodgers traveled to San Diego to open a three-...
  • Dodgers blow ninth-inning lead, lose 3-2 to Giants in 10th

    Dodgers blow ninth-inning lead, lose 3-2 to Giants in 10th
    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers were forced to watch the Giants celebrate a walk-off victory for the second consecutive day, as Justin Maxwell singled off Juan Nicasio in the 10th inning to drive in Angel Pagan. For the Giants, the win completed a three-game...
  • Giants sweep Dodgers with 3-2, 10-inning victory

    SAN FRANCISCO The Giants hoped to do better than 4-6 on their season-opening homestand. They certainly hoped to average more than 2.5 runs per game in front of their passionate fans. Funny how a ninth-inning rally, a second consecutive walk-off victory...
  • Home run king Barry Bonds' legacy might always be tarnished

    Home run king Barry Bonds' legacy might always be tarnished
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — For the first time in more than a decade, Barry Bonds is in the clear. His conviction overturned on appeal, baseball's home run king is no longer a felon. Yet his reputation might have been forever tarnished and the Hall of...
  • Alex Guerrero in Dodgers lineup for series finale vs. Giants

    Alex Guerrero in Dodgers lineup for series finale vs. Giants
    Alex Guerrero will start at third base for the Dodgers in their series finale against the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, but it’s not because he delivered a pinch-hit, two-run home run the previous night. “I told him the first game of the...
  • X-rays negative on Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis' right hand

    X-rays negative on Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis' right hand
    Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis said Wednesday night that X-rays on his right hand, injured earlier in a game against the San Francisco Giants, were negative. “That’s a relief,” he said. Ellis hurt his hand on a ninth-inning pitch by...
  • Don Mattingly upset about non-call in Dodgers' loss to Giants

    Don Mattingly upset about non-call in Dodgers' loss to Giants
    In the wake of the Dodgers’ walk-off 3-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday night, Manager Don Mattingly was fuming. When Brandon Belt singled in the ninth inning to load the bases, Mattingly thought pinch runner Gregor Blanco should...
  • Dodgers lose to Giants in history-making pitchers' matchup

    Dodgers lose to Giants in history-making pitchers' matchup
    On a night when Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner made history by starting opposite each other, the game was decided by pitchers of considerably less stature. Chris Hatcher served up a one-out single in the ninth inning to Buster Posey and plunked...
  • Giants edge Dodgers, 3-2, with a run in ninth inning

    Giants edge Dodgers, 3-2, with a run in ninth inning
    KEY MOMENT: Chris Hatcher served up a one-out single to Buster Posey in the ninth inning, then plunked Justin Maxwell. The ball that struck Maxwell also struck catcher A.J. Ellis on his throwing hand, forcing him out of the game. J.P. Howell replaced...
  • San Francisco on verge of smokeless tobacco ban, even at Giants games

    San Francisco on verge of smokeless tobacco ban, even at Giants games
    Chewing tobacco — and spitting streams of brown juice — has been a part of baseball for decades, a ritual of the game passed down through generations of players. The legendary slugger Babe Ruth, who often kept a wad in his cheek, once mused:...