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  • This time Skip Schumaker, Hyun-Jin Ryu lead Dodgers to 4-1 win

    This time Skip Schumaker, Hyun-Jin Ryu lead Dodgers to 4-1 win
    Skip Schumaker doesn’t look like a guy who would try to steal the spotlight. A guy who would photo bomb that nice picture of Hyun-Jin Ryu and Shin-Soo Choo’s big moment. But there he was, playing only because Carl Crawford was sick, and...
  • Dodgers juggle lineup another day with Carl Crawford still ill

    Dodgers juggle lineup another day with Carl Crawford still ill
    Dodgers left fielder Carl Crawford was kept out of the starting lineup for the second consecutive game as he continued to fight a fever Sunday that forced him to an emergency room a day earlier. “Obviously, it’s still going on, his...
  • 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┬áBraves, who saw the Dodgers jump out to a...
  • Dodgers roll a lucky number in whipping Braves, 13-6, in Game 3

    Dodgers roll a lucky number in whipping Braves, 13-6,  in Game 3
    The game looked like it wanted to go in dozen different directions all at once, squirming and squealing all over the place, unable to lay claim to anything but a wild ride. And then the Dodgers suddenly seem to say enough, that they had other things...
  • Dodgers defeat Braves, 4-3, to advance to NLCS

    Dodgers defeat Braves, 4-3, to advance to NLCS
    Juan Uribe, almost booed out of town after two disappointing seasons with the Dodgers, continued his redemption in dramatic fashion. Uribe hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth to give the Dodgers a 4-3 comeback victory Monday night at...
  • Dodgers can't always count on talent to bail them out from mistakes

    Remember what A.J. Ellis said as the Dodgers celebrated winning their division last month? “It's amazing what talent can do,” Ellis said. He could just as easily -- heck more easily -- have said the same thing surrounded by another...
  • 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' Don Mattingly awakens to a postseason world of criticism

    Dodgers' Don Mattingly awakens to a postseason world of criticism
    Welcome to the postseason, Don Mattingly. It’s a place where every move is magnified, particularly those that do not work out. And Mattingly had a few that did not work out Friday in the opener of the National League Championship Series against...
  • Dodgers' A.J. Ellis: So what if Cardinals' Yadier Molina missed tag?

    Dodgers' A.J. Ellis: So what if Cardinals' Yadier Molina missed tag?
    ST. LOUIS -- To a large segment of the Dodgers fan base, this was an outrage: Mark Ellis slid home with the potential go-ahead run on Friday, and replays appeared to indicate that St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina might have missed the tag. It...
  • Dodgers' offense remains in hiding, Cards win 1-0 on unearned run

    Dodgers' offense remains in hiding, Cards win 1-0 on unearned run
    It should be clear to the Dodgers by now, the only way they win a game in the National League Championship Series is if their starter throws a shutout. After Zack Greinke struck out 10 and gave up only two runs in eight innings in the opener and lost,...
  • Jon Jay's defensive lapses prove costly for Cardinals in 3-0 loss to Dodgers

    Jon Jay's defensive lapses prove costly for Cardinals in 3-0 loss to Dodgers
    Jon Jay was the last Cardinals player out of the shower Monday, which is understandable because there were a lot of things he needed to wash away. Like the memories of Mark Ellis' fourth-inning fly ball that he let drop for a double, setting up a two-...