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  • Exactly as ugly as it sounds: Dodgers pounded by Rockies, 16-2

    Exactly as ugly as it sounds: Dodgers pounded by Rockies, 16-2
    Ol' Blue Eyes had nothing on these Dodgers. Riding high in April, shot down in May? Try riding high Monday, shot down by Wednesday. That’s some serious maneuvering. That’s life for the Dodgers at the moment. Feeling like they’re on the...
  • Odd, ugly performance for Cubs

    Odd, ugly performance for Cubs
    Manager Rick Renteria delicately acknowledged many of the shortcomings that transformed the Chicago Cubs’ three-run lead Thursday night into a humbling 8-4 loss to the National League West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. The first of two errors by...
  • No-nonsense approach is a winner for Giants Manager Bruce Bochy

    Bruce Bochy didn't feel like the major leagues' winningest active manager Wednesday morning. A five-game losing streak had left the San Francisco Giants closer to the third-place San Diego Padres than the first-place Dodgers in the National League West....
  • A rare Clayton Kershaw loss is felt deeply by Dodgers

    The stretch calls the Dodgers. Alas, so does the disabled list. And right now, you have to wonder if the DL's call is growing a tad louder. Or at least too loud. The Dodgers fell to the disabled list and to the Milwaukee Brewers, 3-2, on a warm...
  • Brewers chase Dan Haren early to sweep Dodgers, 7-2

    Brewers chase Dan Haren early to sweep Dodgers, 7-2
    What to do, what to do? Perhaps most frightening, the options are of the very limited variety. Dan Haren reverted back to bad Dan Haren on a hot Sunday afternoon at Dodger Stadium, and the Milwaukee Brewers were all too happy to jump on him early...
  • Carl Crawford sparks Dodgers' 8-6 victory over Padres

    Carl Crawford sparks Dodgers' 8-6 victory over Padres
    There are times Carl Crawford can offer reminders of how he once landed a $142-million contract. Crawford was an unstoppable force Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium, going three for three with a home run, a stolen base, three runs batted in and three runs...
  • Dodgers' Zack Greinke looks doubtful for next start

    Dodgers' Zack Greinke looks doubtful for next start
    The Dodgers have been having trouble digging up five healthy starters, but now it appears they’ll have to go a tad deeper. Manager Don Mattingly refused to say Tuesday whether Zack Greinke would be able to make his next scheduled start Thursday,...
  • Cubs don't gloat after rain-shortened win

    Cubs don't gloat after rain-shortened win
    The Chicago Cubs weren't gloating about a 2-0 victory that hurt the playoff hopes of the San Francisco Giants. That's because President Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer insisted they wanted to play all nine innings. A brief but convincing rain...
  • Cubs satisfied even after protest goes Giants' way

    Cubs satisfied even after protest goes Giants' way
    The Cubs and their fans can take solace that they didn’t have to forfeit Tuesday night’s game. But their victory was erased as the Giants won the first protest in 28 years. Major League Baseball ruled Wednesday that a mechanical failure...
  • Dodgers still can't find themselves at home in 4-1 loss to Padres

    Dodgers still can't find themselves at home in 4-1 loss to Padres
    Frustration, thy name is Dodgers. It simply has to be, right? On the road, they pummel people. They’re all frisky and full of life. At home, they roll over like they want their bellies rubbed. Maybe they should stay in a hotel at home. It’...
  • Zack Greinke's elbow becomes a worry for Dodgers

    Zack Greinke's elbow becomes a worry for Dodgers
    Their rotation already depleted, the Dodgers are pushing back Zack Greinke's next start by two days. With Greinke bothered by something in his elbow he has trouble describing, Clayton Kershaw will take the mound on regular four days' rest for the...