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  • Yasiel Puig returns to Dodgers lineup to face Giants

    Yasiel Puig returns to Dodgers lineup to face Giants
    Yasiel Puig will start in right field for the Dodgers on Tuesday when they open a three-game series against the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park. Puig missed four of the last five games with a sore left hamstring. In 30 career games against the...
  • Brandon McCarthy and two relievers throw four-hit shutout

    Brandon McCarthy and two relievers throw four-hit shutout
    KEY MOMENT: The Rockies had the tying runs on base with one out in the sixth inning and their best hitter, Troy Tulowitzki, at bat. Dodgers starter Brandon McCarthy challenged Tulowitzki with fastballs — one clocked at 96 mph — and got him...
  • Best numbers of young season? San Francisco Giants are a crummy 4-10

    Best numbers of young season? San Francisco Giants are a crummy 4-10
    Our parents taught as young children never to kick anyone when they’re down, unless it’s the San Francisco Giants. Then, have at it. So forgive the gleefulness here, but seriously, how do you plummet so miserably in one off-season? It’...
  • Home run king Barry Bonds' legacy might always be tarnished

    Home run king Barry Bonds' legacy might always be tarnished
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — For the first time in more than a decade, Barry Bonds is in the clear. His conviction overturned on appeal, baseball's home run king is no longer a felon. Yet his reputation might have been forever tarnished and the Hall of...
  • It's a Freak show as first-place Dodgers fall to last-place Giants

    It's a Freak show as first-place Dodgers fall to last-place Giants
    His hair short and his fastball in the mid-80s, Tim Lincecum doesn't look like Tim Lincecum and didn't pitch like Tim Lincecum at AT&T Park on Tuesday night. It didn't matter. The Dodgers couldn't do much against this 30-year-old version of the two-...
  • Los Dodgers pierden la primera batalla de la serie ante San Francisco

    Los Dodgers pierden la primera batalla de la serie ante San Francisco
    Tim Lincecum neutralizó a los líderes de la División Oeste, apoyado en buenas jugadas defensivas, y los Gigantes de San Francisco lucieron revigorizados el martes, para derrotar 6-2 a los Dodgers de Los Ángeles. Justin Maxwell sonó un jonrón de dos...
  • Padres positioned to make big noise in NL West after whirlwind winter

    Padres positioned to make big noise in NL West after whirlwind winter
    These should be the big, bold, brash San Diego Padres. They always could pitch. Now they can hit. Now they can win. You do not import an entire outfield of sluggers — Matt Kemp, Wil Myers and Justin Upton — and talk gingerly of hoping to...
  • Injury-prone Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson hopes to be effective

    Injury-prone Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson hopes to be effective
    Ask Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson to recite a list of his injuries over the last four years and it sounds as if he's reading from an anatomy textbook. "Right foot, left finger," he begins. "Back, elbow." There are few major body parts that have...
  • Baseball begins new era of clock management

    Baseball begins new era of clock management
    MESA, Ariz. -- Baseball’s version of a shot clock was officially introduced Tuesday during the first exhibition games of the 2015 season. A digital clock with giant red letters counts down from 2 minutes, 25 seconds after the final out of every...
  • Ryan Vogelsong, Giants agree to $4 million, 1-year deal

    Ryan Vogelsong, Giants agree to $4 million, 1-year deal
    SAN FRANCISCO — Free agent right-hander Ryan Vogelsong reached agreement Friday on a $4 million, one-year deal to stay with the San Francisco Giants. Vogelsong, a former Kutztown University and Iron Pigs pitcher, passed a physical and reached...
  • Springing forward to Florida and Arizona for baseball training camps

    Springing forward to Florida and Arizona for baseball training camps
    Before the San Francisco Giants enjoyed their third parade in five years, before a Chevrolet executive memorably advised World Series most valuable player Madison Bumgarner he had won a truck equipped with "technology and stuff," before the "Mad Bum"...