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How much patience do Mark Walter, Stan Kasten and Magic Johnson have? We're in the process of finding out, as the $217 million Dodgers are playing like somebody misplaced a decimal point, just as they did after the midseason trades that brought in...
The new Dodgers owners, it turns out, jazzed up every corner of Dodger Stadium but one. The concourses are brighter, the restrooms cleaner, the entertainment snappier. There's still one area, however, that feels wholly unfinished, an inherited...
Rick Hahn and Dayton Moore know one of the biggest realities of baseball and wasted no time acting upon it. If you're going to go to the playoffs, you better have a strong starting rotation. Last year, eight of the 10 postseason teams were in the...
There are some things that can be bought. A space flight. The chance to be cryogenically frozen. Or maybe just some of the simpler things, like a 12-cylinder Ferrari Testarossa, beachfront property in Turks and Caicos or one of the socks Curt...
Oh, good, it's time for that annual ritual in which the Dodgers attempt to appease those unfortunate ticketholders who spend one inning trying to park and two innings trying to buy a hot dog. OK, so they're attempting to appease everyone, which is why...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionAfter struggling against a rookie pitcher with a bloated ERA -- does that sound familiar? -- and wasting scoring opportunities in the sixth and seventh innings, the Braves did something a lot of folks at soggy Turner Field probably weren't expecting...
ATLANTA – Clayton Kershaw will pitch for the Dodgers in their series opener against the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday at Miller Park. If he wants to win, he should probably be prepared to pitch nine innings, maybe even more. Over the last three...
Tags: Scott Elbert, Baseball, Juan Uribe, B.J. Upton, Freddie Freeman
Orange County RegisterLOS ANGELES _ The early return is in. Zack Greinke's first start since his fractured collarbone, suffered April 11, was an unqualified success on multiple fronts Wednesday night. He pitched well, which isn't so surprising given his career history. But...
LOS ANGELES - When Zack Greinke made his last start for the Los Angeles Dodgers before Wednesday, the team had a winning record and was only half a game out of first place in the National League West. Then Greinke wrestled with the San Diego Padres'...
When Zack Greinke made his last start for the Dodgers before Wednesday, the team had a winning record and was only half a game out of first place in the National League West. Then Greinke wrestled with the Padres' Carlos Quentin, breaking his collarbone,...
Orange County RegisterLOS ANGELES _ From the outset to almost the conclusion, Clayton Kershaw made it a very special night. The Dodgers' left-hander struck out 11 on Tuesday night in out-dueling Dan Haren for 8 2/3 innings, with Kenley Jansen getting the final out in a 2-0...
Tags: Baseball, Dan Haren, New York Mets, Tyler Moore, Andre Ethier
Perhaps you noticed it was Kenley Jansen, and not the struggling Brandon League, who came in to get the final out and the save Tuesday against the Nationals. Which naturally indicated that Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly has decided to change closers...
Tags: Don Mattingly, Tyler Moore, Kenley Jansen, Javy Guerra
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