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  • Scott Van Slyke -- the Dodgers' fifth outfielder

    Scott Van Slyke -- the Dodgers' fifth outfielder
    All this talk about the Dodgers’ four outfielders. What about the fifth? He has feelings too. Also a pretty decent power bat, or so the Dodgers hope. It is outfielder Scott Van Slyke who leads the Dodgers in runs batted in this spring. Not Andre...
  • Dodgers to start Clayton Kershaw, Hyun-Jin Ryu in Australia openers

    Dodgers to start Clayton Kershaw, Hyun-Jin Ryu in Australia openers
    PHOENIX -- Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly made official Sunday what had been suspected for some time: Left-handers Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-Jin Ryu are set to start the team's season-opening games against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia. But...
  • Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett struggles in second spring start

    Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett struggles in second spring start
    PHOENIX -- Coming into spring training, the fifth spot in the Dodgers rotation appeared to be Josh Beckett's to lose. And if he has many more outings like the one he did Saturday against the Seattle Mariners, that could be exactly what happens. In his...
  • Dodgers' first review comes up early against Angels

    Dodgers' first review comes up early against Angels
    TEMPE, Ariz. — By his own admission Don Mattingly hasn't spent a lot of time thinking about baseball's two newest rules, one allowing the use of instant replay and the other preventing catchers from blocking the plate if they don't have the ball....
  • Dodgers take it slow with Zack Greinke's tender calf

    Dodgers take it slow with Zack Greinke's tender calf
    PHOENIX -- The Dodgers plan to remain cautious with Zack Greinke, whose strained right calf felt no better Sunday than it did Saturday. Greinke has played catch the last two days, and Manager Don Mattingly wouldn’t, or couldn’t, say when he...
  • Matt Kemp cleared for next phase of rehabilitation

    Matt Kemp cleared for next phase of rehabilitation
    PHOENIX — Matt Kemp didn't run particularly fast or long Saturday, but that didn't matter to him. For the first time since he underwent an ankle operation four months ago, Kemp ran on something other than the anti-gravity treadmill. "I never...
  • Dodgers have crowded outfield, but there could be room for everyone

    Dodgers have crowded outfield, but there could be room for everyone
    PHOENIX — With a long-awaited conflict again coming into view, Dodgers outfielders have taken a variety of approaches to what could be an uncomfortable situation. Matt Kemp was brazen, declaring he wouldn't be a fourth outfielder. Carl Crawford...
  • Dodgers' Zack Greinke makes a very early exit

    Dodgers' Zack Greinke makes a very early exit
    PHOENIX — Zack Greinke threw only four pitches before he departed from his first start of the exhibition season because of a strained muscle in his right calf. What appeared to be a minor setback could have major consequences for the early-...
  • Matt Kemp, despite improving ankle, unlikely to be ready for opener

    Matt Kemp, despite improving ankle, unlikely to be ready for opener
    The Dodgers wonder if you’ve been listening: Having four star outfielders isn’t a problem, it’s a luxury. One they’ll be tapping into immediately. The latest MRI on Matt Kemp’s surgically repaired left ankle offered...
  • Joc Pederson, outfielder in waiting, hits two-run homer for Dodgers

    Joc Pederson, outfielder in waiting, hits two-run homer for Dodgers
    About the Dodgers’ four-outfielder problem ... while in the crowded neighborhood, could they make it a five-outfielder dilemma? Hey, spring is for those who dream, so you could excuse the Dodgers if they were feeling a tad wishful Friday after...
  • Letters: Lakers are an in-house divided

    Letters: Lakers are an in-house divided
    Mike D'Antoni has a very selective memory when it comes to keeping things in house. Wasn't he the fellow who proclaimed to reporters in an interview that he sat Pau Gasol down in the fourth quarter "because I wanted us to win the game." If that isn't a...