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Mark Ellis

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  • With Matt Kemp and Hanley Ramirez back, Dodgers roll to 9-3 win

    There now, feel better? Those Dodgers, suddenly all adrift and looking lost, got it together in a big way Tuesday night in a 9-3 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks to snap their four-game losing streak. Amazing what getting a couple of big bats...
  • It's a walk-off frenzy: Dodgers beat Yankees on Mark Ellis' single

    It's a walk-off frenzy: Dodgers beat Yankees on Mark Ellis' single
    Yawn, another day, another Dodgers’ walk-off victory. Just so routine. This time, though, it came against the New York Yankees, which at least made Tuesday’s 3-2 victory before a sellout crowd of 52,447 just a tad sweeter. Andre Ethier...
  • Zack Greinke leads Dodgers past Cubs, 6-2

    Zack Greinke leads Dodgers past Cubs, 6-2
    And then order was restored. All was calm. They worked counts, came up with some timely hits, made no real miscues. It hardly hurt any that the Dodgers had their hottest pitcher – nope, not Clayton Kershaw – on the mound, but they did more...
  • Plenty of star power in stands, but real show is on field for Dodgers

    Plenty of star power in stands, but real show is on field for Dodgers
    It was a battle between two of baseball's biggest mystiques, and royalty was everywhere. The New York Yankees descended upon Chavez Ravine on Tuesday night for a game that had Dodgers Chairman Mark Walter bouncing around behind the batting cage like the...
  • Dodgers see it slip away in 13th, drop opener to Cardinals, 3-2

    Dodgers see it slip away in 13th, drop opener to Cardinals, 3-2
    It was taunt and tense. It was a sweaty, nervous little game. And ultimately, one extremely frustrating game for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers lost the opener of the National League Championship Series, 3-2 in 13 innings, on Friday night when...
  • Dodgers take the solo route to stay alive with 6-4 Game 5 victory

    Dodgers take the solo route to stay alive with 6-4 Game 5 victory
    Seems the Dodgers want to keep playing. Using the sudden power of the solo home run and a terrific turnaround pitching performance from Zack Greinke, the Dodgers lived to fight another day with their 6-4 victory Wednesday afternoon over the Cardinals in...
  • Home magic: Dodgers score four times in ninth to stun Rays, 7-6

    Home magic: Dodgers score four times in ninth to stun Rays, 7-6
    The lights were wrong and the throws were wrong, and this whole Dodger Stadium thing just looked wrong. And then suddenly, things went right, things went very, very right. After falling behind six runs to Cy Young winner David Price and Tampa Bay, the...
  • Timing is everything: Dodgers use Cuban connection to edge Padres

    Timing is everything: Dodgers use Cuban connection to edge Padres
    Apparently Yasiel Puig and Paco Rodriguez figured Cuba did not have enough heritage, so they decided to provide a bit of their own. It was Hollywood stuff, naturally, but on the Dodgers’ first Cuban Heritage day, it was Puig who provided the...
  • Zack Greinke, Nick Punto lead Dodgers to 15th straight road win

    On they roll, defying most logic and whatever team in their path. The Dodgers are baseball’s current road warriors, a fact they were happy to demonstrate to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Dodgers won their 15th consecutive road game Monday, edging...
  • Clayton Kershaw strikes out 12 as Dodgers defeat Braves, 6-1

    Clayton Kershaw strikes out 12 as Dodgers defeat Braves, 6-1
    The Dodgers looked like that team from midsummer that stormed to the top of the division, while Clayton Kershaw looked a lot like the pitcher they’ve seen all season. It all proved too much for the Atlanta Braves, who saw the Dodgers jump out to a...
  • Cuban connection is made before Dodgers' 6-2 loss at Miami

    MIAMI — A few hours before Jose Fernandez faced Yasiel Puig on the mound at Marlins Park, the two rookie-of-the-year candidates met face to face behind the batting cage. And as the two brightest stars in an expanding universe of Cuban defectors in...