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  • Michael Young supplies qualities that stat sheets can't measure

    Michael Young supplies qualities that stat sheets can't measure
    Josh Hamilton was still getting the hang of being a big leaguer. Hamilton showed up in the majors belatedly but abruptly, after a three-year suspension for drug use and 15 games in the minor leagues. The Cincinnati Reds took a flier on him, and he hit...
  • Dodgers aim to improve, but not at the cost of losing prospects

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — In lieu of major activity at the winter meetings, the Dodgers celebrated two anniversaries. Thursday marked one year since the Dodgers signed Hyun-Jin Ryu, a purchase that cost $62 million. Tuesday marked one year since...
  • Dan Haren signing official, and Dodgers' pitching pursuit isn't over

    The signing of Dan Haren won't prevent the Dodgers from pursuing Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka, General Manager Ned Colletti intimated Monday. Although Colletti didn't mention Tanaka by name, he said, "If something else comes our way, we'll take...
  • Dodgers execs build toward a winning postseason too

    Dodgers execs build toward a winning postseason too
    As the Dodgers sprint toward the postseason, their president still can't forget the guy who stopped running. It was the eighth inning of Game 7 of the 1991 World Series. Stan Kasten's Atlanta Braves were locked in a scoreless tie with the host Minnesota...
  • Clayton Kershaw upset about report on contract talks with Dodgers

      PITTSBURGH — Clayton Kershaw said Sunday he was upset that news about his contract talks with the Dodgers had leaked out. “I think the reason we’ve been able to continue discussions for this long is that it’s not been...
  • Brian Wilson retires side in inning of work in Rancho Cucamonga

    Brian Wilson retires side in inning of work in Rancho Cucamonga
    Brian Wilson needed only eight pitches to retire the side in order Wednesday in his rehabilitation start for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. Wilson, the colorful, bearded closer who finished the San Francisco Giants’ 2010 World Series championship...
  • Report: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers 'making progress' on new deal

    Report: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers 'making progress' on new deal
    PITTSBURGH -- The last we heard anything about Clayton Kershaw’s potential contract extension, it was shortly after opening day, when The Times reported that nothing was imminent. Well, it looks as if Kershaw and the Dodgers are moving toward a...
  • Dodgers showing needed urgency with flurry of roster moves

    Dodgers showing needed urgency with flurry of roster moves
    As the All-Star break approaches and some semblance of health approaches the Dodgers, they are getting less patient with underperforming players. The Dodgers moved out their third veteran player in three days prior to Sunday’s game, when they...
  • Dodgers GM Ned Colletti likes what he sees from lineup

    Dodgers GM Ned Colletti likes what he sees from lineup
    With the Dodgers on a winning streak and most of their key players healthy, General Manager Ned Colletti sounded upbeat when addressing the state of his team. “It’s good to see us get guys back,” Colletti said in an interview Friday....
  • Dodgers' Matt Kemp not expected to return from injury on time

    It might be a good thing the Dodgers didn’t shed an outfielder before the trade deadline. Before Wednesday’s game against the Yankees, oft-injured center fielder Matt Kemp was limping around the clubhouse. He has been on the disabled list...
  • Brian Wilson signs with Dodgers: Unimaginable and plenty of upside

    Brian Wilson signs with Dodgers: Unimaginable and plenty of upside
    Perhaps you recall, I love Brian Wilson. Alas, the one whose music helped form the backdrop to my youth, not the quirky one who used to close for the San Francisco Giants. Only now in a move so fantastical it somehow fits, Wilson has signed a contract...