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  • Carl Crawford back, Hanley Ramirez out as Dodgers go for clincher

    Carl Crawford back, Hanley Ramirez out as Dodgers go for clincher
    They’re in, they’re out, they’re somewhere. Don Mattingly posted the lineup he hopes will clinch the National League West on Wednesday, and once again players were coming and going. Back after being out since Saturday with a bad back...
  • 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...
  • Orioles fall behind early after 32-pitch first inning by Jason Hammel

    Orioles fall behind early after 32-pitch first inning by Jason Hammel
    Orioles starter Jason Hammel didn’t do much to alleviate manager Buck Showalter’s pregame concerns about playing a doubleheader Saturday against the Dodgers. Hammel allowed three runs -- all on a towering homer by right fielder Andre...
  • Reimold's 2-RBI double lifts the Orioles to a 7-5 win over the Dodgers

    Orioles manager Buck Showalter had confidence that Nolan Reimold’s bat would eventually come around. Even though Reimold’s batting average dipped below .200 just two days ago as he struggled to find a comfort zone splitting time between...
  • Jake Arrieta struggles again as Orioles fall to Dodgers, 7-4

    Jake Arrieta struggles again as Orioles fall to Dodgers, 7-4
    Right-hander Jake Arrieta stood stonefaced at his locker Sunday afternoon and placed the Orioles’ 7-4 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers — and a missed chance at the club’s first series sweep of the young season — squarely on his...
  • Dodgers mulling Dee Gordon as a second baseman

    Now this seems an experiment worth undertaking: Dee Gordon, second baseman. For the last two days, Gordon has been taking pregame grounders for the Albuquerque Isotopes at second base. This is not because second baseman Mark Ellis is more...
  • Hanley Ramirez, Adrian Gonzalez on Dodgers' latest injuries

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Hanley Ramirez hobbled to his locker. Adrian Gonzalez walked out of the clubhouse clutching a neck brace. Those were the defining images for the Dodgers on Friday, more so than the shuffle off the field after Buster Posey hit the walk-...
  • It's come to this: When Dodgers' options all appear unattractive

    It's come to this: When Dodgers' options all appear unattractive
    The Dodgers are long past making the kind of roster moves they’d like to make, so here comes Dee Gordon. It is not a very attractive development, but the kind a team is forced to make when they’re asking for a show of hands of the healthy...
  • Dodgers rally for 5-3 win as Ted Lilly shines, Matt Kemp fumes

    Dodgers rally for 5-3 win as Ted Lilly shines, Matt Kemp fumes
    Give the Dodgers a moment for it to soak in, to refresh memories. It has been awhile. The Dodgers lost a lead, rallied to regain it and then even built upon it a tad. All around a little Matt Kemp drama. After losing a 3-1 lead almost solely...
  • 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...