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Miguel Olivo

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  • 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 catcher A.J. Ellis making progress in rehab

    Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis making progress in rehab
    MIAMI -- Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis, who has missed 24 games after arthroscopic surgery to repair a tear in his left knee, continues to make progress in his comeback. Ellis has begun catching bullpen sessions and is stepping up his running program,...
  • Dodgers get positive injury updates on Juan Uribe, A.J. Ellis

    Injuries can be like waves, coming in one moment, heading out the next. Now the Dodgers, who probably figure they’re a little due for some good injury news, appear about to receive some. Manager Don Mattingly said that third baseman Juan Uribe...
  • Joc Pederson, Zach Lee among non-roster invites to Dodgers camp

    Top prospects Joc Pederson and Zach Lee will be in the Dodgers' major league spring training camp for the first time, the team announced Tuesday. The list of non-roster players who will be in camp will include catcher Miguel Olivo, a 12-year major...
  • Josh Beckett, relievers strike out 14 in 4-1 win over Diamondbacks

    Josh Beckett, relievers strike out 14 in 4-1 win over Diamondbacks
    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers had a 1-0 lead in the sixth inning, with a man on third base and first base open. The Diamondbacks intentionally walked the left-handed Adrian Gonzalez, so right-hander Josh Collmenter could face the right-handed Yasiel Puig. "I...
  • Dodgers' A.J. Ellis has successful knee surgery, out 4 to 6 weeks

    Dodgers' A.J. Ellis has successful knee surgery, out 4 to 6 weeks
    Catcher A.J. Ellis had his scheduled knee surgery Tuesday, with the Dodgers reporting things went well in the cleanup procedure. And now get ready for a lot of Drew Butera and, presumably, Tim Federowicz. The Dodgers said Dr. Neal ElAttrache performed...
  • Dodgers could face expensive decision with struggling Brandon League

    I believe it was that great baseball sage, Daffy Duck, who said of the Dodgers’ bullpen: “What a predicament!” The Dodgers are flush with relievers. Stocked with veteran arms. Have three former closers backing up Kenley Jansen....
  • Dodgers play Athletics to an 8-8 tie in spring training

    Dodgers play Athletics to an 8-8 tie in spring training
    Dodgers 8, Oakland 8 AT THE PLATE: Hanley Ramirez, Andre Ethier and Juan Uribe had two hits apiece and Miguel Olivo drove in three runs with a pinch-hit double, helping the Dodgers score more than five runs in a game for the second time this spring. One...
  • Sox position analysis: A.J. not easily replaced

    Sox position analysis: A.J. not easily replaced
    Two years ago, the Chicago White Sox were prepared to sign Miguel Olivo to a two-year contract before A.J. Pierzynski struck a last-minute deal that provided the team with one of its best values since the turn of this century. But there will be no...
  • Orioles beat Mariners, 4-2, in 18 innings to move back into a tie for first place

    Orioles beat Mariners, 4-2, in 18 innings to move back into a tie for first place
    SEATTLE – As Tuesday’s game against the Seattle Mariners marched on, it became pretty obvious what the Orioles needed to do: Get Seattle rookie starter Erasmo Ramirez out of the ballgame and then play, you know, nine more innings before they...
  • Power rankings: No. 21 Mariners

    Power rankings: No. 21 Mariners
    No. 21 Mariners: 10th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Indians. One run per game, plus a little more. That's what the Mariners have to find somewhere if they ever are going to reach the playoffs behind Felix Hernandez. Forget for a...