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Dylan Hernandez

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Dylan Hernandez is the Dodgers beat writer for the Los Angeles Times. He started covering the team in 2007. Before that, he worked at the San Jose Mercury News, covering everything from baseball to soccer. Hernandez grew up in South Pasadena and graduated from UCLA in 2002. 

Recent Articles

  • Mora remains dignified in defeat as his job security becomes more tenuous

    Mora remains dignified in defeat as his job security becomes more tenuous

    The pledge Jim Mora made to UCLA’s fans was a variation of a slogan used by the Atlanta Falcons, a team he coached more than a decade ago. “We’ll rise up,” Mora said. “I promise UCLA fans we will rise up. We will absolutely rise up.” Watching his team being dismantled by Stanford on Saturday night,...

  • It's a little too soon for the Dodgers to feel all bubbly

    It's a little too soon for the Dodgers to feel all bubbly

    The locker room Dave Roberts stepped into Friday night wasn’t the same place he walked through before the Dodgers’ 4-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Yasiel Puig splashed beer around the clubhouse. Joc Pederson smoked a cigar. Players smiled and embraced. Roberts felt reborn, the weight...

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