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  • As Josh Beckett ails, Dodgers deal for Roberto Hernandez

    As Josh Beckett ails, Dodgers deal for Roberto Hernandez
    Josh Beckett's locker had been cleared out at Angel Stadium. His bad hip acted up again Wednesday, and the Dodgers traded for a replacement pitcher on Thursday. The Dodgers might never see him again, at least not in their uniform. If the Dodgers play...
  • Dodgers acquire right-hander Kevin Correia from Minnesota Twins

    Dodgers acquire right-hander Kevin Correia from Minnesota Twins
    The Dodgers made a late-night addition to their pitching staff Saturday, acquiring right-hander Kevin Correia from the Minnesota Twins in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. Correia, 34, is tied for the major league lead in...
  • Letters: Fame is the name of the game

    Letters: Fame is the name of the game
    Halls of Fame start out celebrating the best of the best and over time add the best of the good, causing bloat. But Houston Mitchell’s fanciful attempt to downsize Cooperstown to only the best only shows why that’s a matter of opinion....
  • Dodgers-Angels merge as contenders in fast lane for Freeway Series

    For the most part, baseball has been very good to us in Southern California. Next week, it gets better. Dodgers versus Angels. Four games, the first two at Dodger Stadium on Monday and Tuesday nights, then Wednesday and Thursday nights at Angel Stadium....
  • Baseball prospects stay put on deadline day, thanks to supply and demand

    Baseball prospects stay put on deadline day, thanks to supply and demand
    In the days leading up to last week's trade deadline, a new conventional wisdom floated throughout baseball. The hoarding of prospects had gone too far, or so the theory went, and savvy general managers would pounce on the chance to trade away even the...
  • Starting is starting to be a concern for Dodgers

    Zach Lee is the last of the Dodgers' bonus babies, a $5-million reminder of an era when a team could lavish however many millions it wished upon a draft choice. He was the Dodgers' minor league pitcher of the year last season, and they nearly traded him...
  • How long can Dodgers continue with black hole in back of rotation?

    Once more into the breach, dear friends, once more. Exactly how many more, however, is a growing question. And for many, a question of growing concern. The back end of the Dodgers’ rotation continues to be a problem. And it might not matter...
  • Dodgers' Josh Beckett remains ineffective, loses to Cubs, 7-3

    Every time Josh Beckett or Dan Haren take the mound these days, Manager Don Mattingly or General Manager Ned Colletti are asked a variation of the same question: Will the Dodgers make a change to the back end of their rotation? The inquiry was made...
  • Hollywood executive Tom Sherak remembered for kindness, generosity, civic spirit

     Hollywood executive Tom Sherak remembered for kindness, generosity, civic spirit
    The passing of a Hollywood executive is often greeted with pleasant industry remembrances and kind emails. But the death of Tom Sherak at the age of 68 set off a round of intensely warm reactions not just from fellow Hollywood players but also from...
  • 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....
  • Does losing Masahiro Tanaka mean Dodgers reached financial limit?

    And then a bullet did not bounce off the chest. The baseball world did not fall to its feet. Shock and awe and resignation were notably absent. The Dodgers lost Wednesday, lost in a realm they had fairly dominated since new ownership took up residence...