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  • Joe Torre can relate to Don Mattingly's status within Dodgers

    Asked about protégé Don Mattingly's uncertain future, former Dodgers manager Joe Torre explained Sunday why Mattingly might be concerned about his lame-duck status. As the New York Yankees manager in 2007, Torre found himself in a situation similar to...
  • Splitting is a headache for the Dodgers

     Splitting is a headache for the Dodgers
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  • Dodgers will give Clayton Kershaw some extra rest

    Dodgers will give Clayton Kershaw some extra rest
    PHOENIX — With Clayton Kershaw on the verge of pitching more innings than he has ever pitched in a season, the Dodgers have pushed back his next start from Wednesday to Saturday. Kershaw leads baseball with 223 innings pitched — only 10 1/...
  • Working a trade to upgrade Orioles' rotation easier said than done

    Working a trade to upgrade Orioles' rotation easier said than done
    Since yesterday’s ugly loss to the Blue Jays, I’ve seen a lot of fans calling for an upgrade to the Orioles starting rotation. I don’t necessarily disagree with that notion, but the question is how? There will be plenty of rumors...
  • Dodgers will spend again to improve, but improving farm system is key

    The trading season is here, and the Dodgers are open for business. The modus operandi is the same as last summer: a lot to offer in the way of money, not a lot to offer in the way of prospects. The Dodgers might have even fewer top prospects available...
  • Starting pitcher a priority for the Orioles as trade deadline nears

    Starting pitcher a priority for the Orioles as trade deadline nears
    The Orioles main priority heading into July 31’s non-waiver trade deadline is adding a starting pitcher, and the club has been actively scouting potentially available arms, according to several sources. Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette...
  • Daily Dodgers in Review: Ricky Nolasco was great until very end

    Daily Dodgers in Review: Ricky Nolasco was great until very end
    RICKY NOLASCO, 31, starting pitcher Final 2013 stats: 13-11, 3.70 ERA, 1.21 WHIP, .255 opponent batting average, 7.4 strikeouts per inning pitched (8-3, 3.52, 1.20 WHIP, .247, 7.8 as a Dodger). Contract status: A free agent, signed a four-year, $49-...
  • Yasiel Puig sits, Scott Van Slyke optioned, Stephen Fife starts

    Yasiel Puig and his sore hand were out of the lineup Sunday, which sounds kind of scary but probably isn’t. The Dodgers must think it’s a fairly minor injury, because before their game against the Cubs, they optioned outfielder Scott Van...
  • Dodgers push winning streak to six with 4-2 victory over Mets

    Dodgers push winning streak to six with 4-2 victory over Mets
    The scoreboard must be a depressing place for the Arizona Diamondbacks these days. Every time they look at it, it must seem the Dodgers are winning. Because clearly, that is all the Dodgers do these days. Win against the weak and strong, against the...
  • Ricky Nolasco, Hanley Ramirez lead Dodgers past the Red Sox, 2-0

    Ricky Nolasco, Hanley Ramirez lead Dodgers past the Red Sox, 2-0
    It has been awhile since the Dodgers took on a top club. Lately they’d been beating up on the New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies and, most recently, the green-corn Miami Marlins. But Friday brought the Boston Red Sox to Dodger Stadium, a...
  • Dodgers pitchers have become quite the hit at the plate

    Dodgers pitchers have become quite the hit at the plate
    With two out and the bases loaded, the Dodgers needed a clutch hit to take the lead. Only one problem — the pitcher was up next. Clayton Kershaw stepped to the plate looking tall and lanky, his stance slightly open. "Obviously," he would later...