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  • Dodgers' first step toward fall glory is a beauty

    Dodgers' first step toward fall glory is a beauty
    This being Hollywood, the Dodgers didn't just attain their magic number, they knocked it out, set it ablaze, and shot it brilliantly into the sky. This being Chavez Ravine, the largest crowds in baseball didn't just sit under its glow, they danced and...
  • Dodgers beat Giants, 9-1, to clinch NL West title

    Dodgers beat Giants, 9-1, to clinch NL West title
    Yasiel Puig hit the go-ahead home run, and the Los Angeles Dodgers captured their second consecutive National League West title with a 9-1 rout of the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday night. Clayton Kershaw struck out 11 as the Dodgers...
  • Yasiel Puig, four-run sixth inning propel Dodgers to 9-1 victory

    Yasiel Puig, four-run sixth inning propel Dodgers to 9-1 victory
    KEY MOMENT: Yasiel Puig ended a 1-1 stalemate by sending a sixth-inning offering from starter Tim Hudson over the right-field wall for a home run. Later in the inning, Carl Crawford doubled in two runs against left-hander Javier Lopez to extend the...
  • Clayton Kershaw applies the clincher for Dodgers

    Clayton Kershaw applies the clincher for Dodgers
    The closer the Dodgers moved to the division title Wednesday night, the louder the fans at Dodger Stadium chanted. "M-V-P! M-V-P!" By the time Clayton Kershaw walked off the field in the eighth inning with a four-run lead, the call of the crowd was...
  • Dodgers come back with a record win, crush the Giants, 17-0

    Dodgers come back with a record win, crush the Giants, 17-0
    Strange things can sometimes bring a team together, unexpected things. The Dodgers were wiped out, 9-0, in the opener Friday of their key series with the Giants and lost starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu to injury. Catcher A.J. Ellis said it felt like they&...
  • Dodgers chase Giants' Tim Hudson in second inning of 17-0 rout

    KEY MOMENT: Batting practice, which is what the Dodgers took against 39-year-old Tim Hudson in the shortest start of his distinguished career. Hudson faced 11 batters and retired three, giving up six runs and eight hits in one-plus inning. RECORD ROMP:...
  • Madison Bumgarner makes the San Francisco Giants better

    Madison Bumgarner makes the San Francisco Giants better
    Madison Bumgarner is the anchor. He is to the San Francisco Giants what Clayton Kershaw is to the Dodgers. For a few fleeting moments Friday, the Dodgers had their chance. Yasiel Puig worked an eight-pitch walk to lead off the game. Justin Turner hit...
  • Dodgers' Ryu hit hard, leaves injured in 9-0 loss to Giants

    ON THE MOUND: Hyun-Jin Ryu gave up four runs in the first inning, after which he was removed with what the Dodgers described as an irritated left shoulder. Chris Perez walked a couple of batters in the second inning, but didn't give up a run. Carlos Frias...
  • A's acquire Lester, Gomes from Red Sox for Cespedes

    A's acquire Lester, Gomes from Red Sox for Cespedes
    Boston Red Sox left-handed ace Jon Lester was traded to the Oakland A's on Thursday morning as general manager Billy Beane continues his all-in push for a World Series. But to get Lester, the A's parted with All-Star outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, a 28-...
  • Dr. Frank Jobe, best-known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88

    Dr. Frank Jobe, best-known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88
    In the fall of 1974, Dodger pitcher Tommy John heard his arm snap like a guitar string after delivering a pitch. The torn ligament was the type of injury that commonly ended athletic careers, but John, then a 31-year-old star, pushed team doctors "to...
  • Does Dr. Frank Jobe belong in the Hall of Fame?

    Three hundred and six names fill National Baseball Hall of Fame’s roster, from men who invented the box score and first put numbers on uniforms to the recently elected trio of Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas. But no owner of a bronze...