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  • The Dodgers and the pursuit of Japanese pitching star Masahiro Tanaka

    This is the place where I would like to share my incredible personal connections to reveal the Dodgers’ double-secret plans to snare Japanese star pitcher Masahiro Tanaka. Alas, there is none to offer. But, come on, does this not look like the...
  • Hanley Ramirez, Andre Ethier back in Dodgers' lineup for NLCS Game 4

    Hanley Ramirez, Andre Ethier back in Dodgers' lineup for NLCS Game 4
    The Dodgers’ lineup news for Tuesday’s Game 3 is it will be the same crew as Monday. Now maybe that doesn’t sound like news, but if you were sending guys on the field with duct tape hanging out of their sleeves, it qualifies as a...
  • 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-...
  • Dodgers lose Ricky Nolasco after he signs four-year deal with Twins

    Ricky Nolasco, thanks for the memories. They were short and sweet, aside from that ending. Nolasco, the right-hander from Rialto, officially signed with the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday, ending his half-season career as a Dodger. Nolasco, who turns 31...
  • Dodgers face elimination after Cardinals win Game 4 of NLCS, 4-2

    Dodgers face elimination after Cardinals win Game 4 of NLCS, 4-2
    Momentum is a one-game deal in the playoffs, and as high as the Dodgers were feeling Monday, they were as low after Tuesday. The Dodgers fell, 4-2, to the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series, leaving them down...
  • Dodgers' Don Mattingly gets word he'll be back

    Dodgers' Don Mattingly gets word he'll be back
    The Dodgers plan for Manager Don Mattingly to be their manager beyond this season, according to people familiar with the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Mattingly still isn't under contract for next season, as the Dodgers are...
  • Ricky Nolasco is up, but Zack Greinke could pitch in Game 4

    Ricky Nolasco is up, but Zack Greinke could pitch in Game 4
    Zack Greinke could pitch Game 4 of the National League Championship Series on three days' rest. Before the game Monday, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly said the results that night could alter the Dodgers' rotation. After the Dodgers' 3-0 victory over...
  • Dodgers continue remarkable run with 4-2 win over the Mets

    Dodgers continue remarkable run with 4-2 win over the Mets
    There hasn't been anything like this in Dodgers history, not only in this century but in the last one as well. With their 4-2 win over the New York Mets at Dodger Stadium on Monday night, the Dodgers are a remarkable 38-8 in their last 46 games. And...
  • Dodgers don't fret as winning streak ends in 3-2 loss to Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA¬†— During their recent 10-game winning streak, the Dodgers turned the page quickly after each victory, refusing to linger on any one victory. So it seemed only fitting that when the streak came to an end Sunday they didn't dwell on...
  • Dodgers defeat Atlanta, win NLDS thanks to the power of Juan Uribe

     Dodgers defeat Atlanta, win NLDS thanks to the power of Juan Uribe
    This was supposed to be Clayton Kershaw's night. It turned into Juan Uribe's. Uribe launched an eighth-inning offering by David Carpenter high into the October sky, sending the Dodgers to 4-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves and to the National League...
  • After stormy days, skies are blue again for Dodgers and Ned Colletti

    After stormy days, skies are blue again for Dodgers and Ned Colletti
    The chair on which General Manager Ned Colletti sits, night after night, at Dodgers home games, once came with a very high temperature. Now, the hot seat is more like a throne. Colletti has lasted, persevered. He has gone over Niagara Falls in a...