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  • The Times' Major League Baseball rankings

    1. DETROIT: Tigers win six of their last seven behind Miguel Cabrera, who hits .370 over that span. (5) 2. MILWAUKEE: Francisco Rodriguez (14 saves in 30 games) is two weeks ahead of pace he set in 62-save season in 2008. (1) 3. SAN FRANCISCO: Giant...
  • Giants rally against Clayton Kershaw, then Kenley Jansen in 7-4 win

    See, all things are possible. The Dodgers were up by a run in the seventh inning, the Giants had a runner at second base, ace Clayton Kershaw got ahead in the count 0-2 on San Francisco’s Brandon Hicks and he promptly gave up a two-run homer....
  • Dee Gordon sparks Dodgers to a 6-2 victory over Giants

    It’s a sports thing -- speed kills. A desired trait in most any sport. The results are often pretty obvious, but sometimes there’s a ripple effect that is not immediately apparent. The struggling Dodgers, almost desperate for a victory, were...
  • Dodgers can't get the right thing done in 7-2 loss to Giants

    Ah, yes, best-laid plans and all. Looked swell on paper, but the execution proved somewhat lacking. Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly decided to use an almost exclusive right-handed lineup against left-hander Madison Bumgarner on Saturday afternoon,...
  • Dodgers lose to Giants, 8-4, in home opener

    Dodgers lose to Giants, 8-4, in home opener
    Final: Giants 8, Dodgers 4 It was a rough day for the Dodgers. It started with an upset Matt Kemp, a late and benched Yasiel Puig, and two two innings that more resembled a blooper rather than a highlight reel. Balls were bobbled and lost in the sun....
  • Dodgers' bullpen fails again in 2-1 loss to Giants

    Not the Dodgers’ best night. Their mighty offense was quiet again. Their ballyhooed bullpen once more failed to deliver. Their most valuable player, Hanley Ramirez, left the game after being hit on the left hand by a pitch. And, of course, there...
  • No new deal for Dodgers' Hanley Ramirez

    No new deal for Dodgers' Hanley Ramirez
    Hanley Ramirez has entered his walk year. Ramirez and Dodgers Chairman Mark Walter each expressed interest in completing a contract extension eight months ago, but the two sides have not reached a deal, and Ramirez can file for free agency after the...
  • Hyun-Jin Ryu stays perfect on the road in Dodgers' 2-1 victory

    Next time Hyun-Jin Ryu starts at home, disguise Dodger Stadium. Put a giant Coke bottle beyond left field. Add a pool in center. Slap Petco Park signs in the dugout or something. Anything to make Ryu believe he’s pitching on the road, where...
  • Dodgers trounced by Giants again, 7-2

    ON THE MOUND: Nearly three weeks after the Dodgers broke camp, veteran left-hander Paul Maholm made his first start for his new team. The pitcher who replaced a sidelined Clayton Kershaw in gave up five runs and seven hits over 41/3 innings. Maholm gave...
  • Dodgers' Paul Maholm has solid start in 2-1 loss to Giants

    ON THE MOUND: Paul Maholm's second start for the Dodgers was significantly better than his first, as he limited the Giants to a run and five hits over six innings. A 1-1 tie was broken in the seventh inning, when J.P. Howell gave up a two-out single to...
  • Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu gets roughed up by Giants in 8-4 loss

    Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu gets roughed up by Giants in 8-4 loss
    Yasiel Puig was late for batting practice and scratched from the lineup, but he wasn't the reason the Dodgers were crushed Friday in their home opener by the San Francisco Giants. Hyun-Jin Ryu was. The pitcher the Dodgers leaned on most in the...