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  • Scott Van Slyke leads Dodgers past Arizona, 3-1, in season opener

    Scott Van Slyke leads Dodgers past Arizona, 3-1, in season opener
    SYDNEY, Australia — Scott Van Slyke knows this won’t last forever. When Carl Crawford and Matt Kemp return, Van Slyke will be the Dodgers’ fifth outfielder. But however the remainder of the season unfolds for him, Van Slyke will always...
  • Dodgers announce Vin Scully will return for his 66th season

    In this crazy week, when trade rumors are amplified and dissected with every passing second, the Dodgers commanded the attention of their fans Tuesday with two words: "BREAKING NEWS." On the public address system. On the video board. In the second...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw tosses no-hitter

    LOS ANGELES -- Clayton Kershaw tossed his first career no-hitter, and the Los Angeles Dodgers pounded the Colorado Rockies 8-0 Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium. Kershaw (7-2) struck out a career-high 15 and issued no walks in his 107-pitch outing. He...
  • Loss is not what the doctor ordered for Dodgers

    Hanley Ramirez didn't play Saturday in the Dodgers' 5-3 defeat to the Philadelphia Phillies, as he was a late scratch from the lineup with what was said to be sore left calf muscle. That could be significant. Or not. Considering it's the Dodgers who...
  • Clayton Kershaw gets his groove back as Dodgers blank Phillies 2-0

    Clayton Kershaw gets his groove back as Dodgers blank Phillies 2-0
    Six days removed from one of the worst games of his career, Clayton Kershaw was smiling again. Kershaw pitched six scoreless innings Friday in the Dodgers' 2-0 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies, delivering a performance that inspired his teammates,...
  • Dodgers' Matt Kemp to start working out in left field

    Dodgers' Matt Kemp to start working out in left field
    PHILADELPHIA – Matt Kemp will start working out in left field during the Dodgers upcoming homestand, Manager Don Mattingly said. Kemp isn’t in the lineup Sunday for the Dodgers’ series finale in Philadelphia, the third consecutive...
  • Matt Kemp might be a part-time center fielder for the Dodgers

    Matt Kemp might no longer be the Dodgers’ everyday center fielder. A day after Manager Don Mattingly said Kemp lacked “the burst” he had before his off-season ankle operation, Andre Ethier started for the Dodgers in center field in...
  • Dodgers blow lead against Marlins but still win

    KEY MOMENT: Carl Crawford, in the midst of a horrendous slump that has seen him hit bat .088 since April 15, became the most unlikely of heroes when he drove a two-run home run into the first row of the second deck in the 11th inning, snapping a 7-7 tie...
  • Dodgers rally but Marlins answer in bottom of ninth for 5-4 win

    Dodgers rally but Marlins answer in bottom of ninth for 5-4 win
    Nobody would say so, but it was set up as something of a sacrifice, the Dodgers reaching down into the minors and asking Stephen Fife to go up against Marlins phenom Jose Fernandez. But in a tense, back-and-forth affair ultimately decided after both...
  • Dodgers fall to Nationals, 4-0, in the rain

    KEY MOMENT: Anthony Rendon followed Denard Span's leadoff double with his fifth home run of the season to give the Nationals the only runs they needed to beat Zack Greinke. The game was interrupted by rain for 3 hours 17 minutes midway through the...
  • Clayton Kershaw shows Dodgers what they've been missing in 8-3 win

    Clayton Kershaw shows Dodgers what they've been missing in 8-3 win
    There now, feel better? Clayton Kershaw returned to the Dodgers on Tuesday, and for one night, all was right in their blue-colored world. Kershaw had not pitched in a major league game since March 22, though the Washington Nationals might have been...