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  • Don Mattingly praises Andre Ethier's play in center field for Dodgers

    Don Mattingly praises Andre Ethier's play in center field for Dodgers
    Less than five weeks ago, Andre Ethier was under fire as his competitive spirit was questioned publicly by Don Mattingly. On Monday, Ethier was described in far more glowing terms by the Dodgers' manager — "savior," to be exact. "I can't imagine...
  • Dodgers go on wait-and-see mode with Hanley Ramirez

    Dodgers go on wait-and-see mode with Hanley Ramirez
    ST. LOUIS — The Dodgers might have dodged a bullet. Fearful that shortstop Hanley Ramirez might be lost to the disabled list because of a shoulder injury, or even lost for the season, the Dodgers indicated Monday that perhaps neither will happen....
  • Dodgers can afford to show extra caution with Hanley Ramirez

    Dodgers can afford to show extra caution with Hanley Ramirez
    Hanley Ramirez, the lighting rod that really ignited the Dodgers offense, remains on the shelf because of a sore shoulder. And there should be absolutely no hurry to get him off it. Ramirez took infield and batting practice for the second consecutive...
  • Dodgers' Mark Ellis hits stride at the plate

    Dodgers' Mark Ellis hits stride at the plate
    Pop quiz: Which Dodger in the last month batted .354, hit two home runs and four doubles, drove in 16 runs and posted a slugging percentage of .500? The answer is Mark Ellis, and the veteran second baseman with a career batting average of .266 has found...
  • Dodgers show no signs of letting up in 4-2 victory over Mets

    Dodgers show no signs of letting up in 4-2 victory over Mets
    With apologies to Cincinnati, the Dodgers are beginning to resemble a big blue machine. The Dodgers might not have the top-to-bottom firepower of the 1970s Reds, but the Dodgers' winning ways are becoming so consistent they're starting to have a...
  • Dodgers' wins are the real thing

    Dodgers' wins are the real thing
    This is real. To those sitting in Dodger Stadium late Wednesday night as another comeback victory filled the joint with a dizzying chill, the conclusion was inescapable. For those who kicked over their long-empty plastic cups and nacho trays when...
  • Calf tightness forces Andre Ethier out of Dodgers' lineup

    Calf tightness forces Andre Ethier out of Dodgers' lineup
    Hanley Ramirez was ready to return to the Dodgers' lineup Tuesday just as Andre Ethier was scratched. Ethier had tightness in his left calf, the result of being hit by a pitch nine days earlier, and the outfielder was sent to a doctor, Manager Don...
  • 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' Skip Schumaker looks to extend career-best hitting streak

    Dodgers' Skip Schumaker looks to extend career-best hitting streak
    In his last at-bat of the Dodgers’ 5-0 win over the Braves on Thursday night, Skip Schumaker smacked the first pitch he saw from reliever Cory Gearrin up the middle to extend his career-best hitting streak to 13 games. The one-out, eighth-inning...
  • Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers look unbeatable in 8-2 win over Rays

    Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers look unbeatable in 8-2 win over Rays
    The Dodgers had just toyed with the Tampa Bay Rays, in front of a sellout crowd and a national television audience. The Dodgers rarely lose anymore, and so a television reporter asked Adrian Gonzalez if they felt unbeatable. "Definitely not unbeatable,"...
  • Dodgers manager doesn't see Clayton Kershaw as MVP

    Dodgers manager doesn't see Clayton Kershaw as MVP
    Clayton Kershaw for most valuable player? His manager won't be leading the campaign. With the National League lacking a dominant offensive player along the lines of Miguel Cabrera or Mike Trout, Kershaw has emerged as a candidate in a field of solid but...