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  • Dodgers produce a Giant rout with 24 hits

    Dodgers produce a Giant rout with 24 hits
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Dodgers have no idea when Hyun-Jin Ryu will pitch again this season, or for that matter whether he will pitch at all. For a night, they cast their worries aside and threw themselves a raucous party on enemy territory. The Dodgers...
  • Dodgers have a date, possibly with destiny — it's Sept. 24

    Dodgers have a date, possibly with destiny — it's Sept. 24
    You can circle the date now — Sept. 24, a week from Wednesday. No heroics required. Keeping pace in the standings will be just fine. If the Dodgers simply pick up a half-game over the next nine days, they can clinch the National League West on...
  • Dodgers excel in 4-0 victory over Padres, Yasiel Puig doesn't

    Dodgers excel in 4-0 victory over Padres, Yasiel Puig doesn't
    There is nothing subtle about the Dodgers' handling of Yasiel Puig. His bat has been in a deep freeze for the better part of two months, but the Dodgers have no plans to do anything other than let him play. "Sink or swim," Manager Don Mattingly said...
  • Angels, Dodgers making playoff plans

    Barring a major collapse by either team, the Dodgers and Angels will open the playoffs in their respective league divisional series, with the Angels beginning play Thursday, Oct. 2, and the Dodgers beginning their postseason the next day. As a result...
  • It's the Dodgers and the Giants: Enough said

    It was so long ago that Frank and Jamie McCourt skipped onto the field and danced in front of the dugout like honeymooners. It was so crazy that the staggering Dodgers clinched the National League West on the next-to-last day of the season, on a walk-...
  • Dodgers lose Hyun-Jin Ryu to shoulder injury, game to Giants, 9-0

    Dodgers lose Hyun-Jin Ryu to shoulder injury, game to Giants, 9-0
    That 9-0 loss to the Giants on Friday night in the Dodgers’ biggest game of the year -- until Saturday -- certainly hurt. You could argue it was borderline embarrassing. And the whipping on the scoreboard is still not what really hurt. The...
  • Madison Bumgarner makes the San Francisco Giants better

    Madison Bumgarner makes the San Francisco Giants better
    Madison Bumgarner is the anchor. He is to the San Francisco Giants what Clayton Kershaw is to the Dodgers. For a few fleeting moments Friday, the Dodgers had their chance. Yasiel Puig worked an eight-pitch walk to lead off the game. Justin Turner hit...
  • Adrian Gonzalez drives in six to power Dodgers past Arizona, 7-2

    Adrian Gonzalez drives in six to power Dodgers past Arizona, 7-2
    If Adrian Gonzalez could face the Diamondbacks every game, he’d be the stuff of legend. They’d compare Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth to him. They wouldn’t name candy bars after him, but ballparks. Gonzalez treated the Diamondbacks on Sunday...
  • Dodgers brush aside Diamondbacks in 7-2 victory

    Dodgers brush aside Diamondbacks in 7-2 victory
    To the Dodgers, the Arizona Diamondbacks were a little bit like a baby brother crying for attention. You jumped into our pool! You didn't send a star to Australia to promote the opening series this season! So the Dodgers brushed aside the Diamondbacks...
  • Angels to open 2015 season at Seattle, face NL West in interleague play

    The Angels will open the 2015 season with a three-game series in Seattle from April 6 to 8, and their home opener will be against the Kansas City Royals on April 10. They will close the regular season with a four-game series at Texas from Oct. 1 to 4....
  • Clayton Kershaw aces key test as Dodgers top the Giants, 4-2

    Clayton Kershaw aces key test as Dodgers top the Giants, 4-2
    SAN FRANCISCO — Adrian Gonzalez said last month that he thought Clayton Kershaw deserved to be the National League's most valuable player. Now Gonzalez is certain of it. "If someone even tries to mention someone else, they're an idiot," Gonzalez...