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Last time the Dodgers saw Chad Billingsley, he was pitching the best baseball of his career. Then his right elbow screamed and he was shut down. The diagnosis was a partially torn elbow ligament, the kind that typically leads to Tommy John surgery....
Tags: Carl Crawford, Hanley Ramirez, Baseball, Petco Park, Luis Cruz
This post has been corrected. See note below for details. Perfection wasn’t going to last forever for the Dodgers bullpen, which didn’t make it any less painful when it finally buckled. And then buckled some more. After the Dodgers had...
The big uncertainty was supposed to be Hyun-Jin Ryu, the South Korean left-hander making his first major league start. All kinds of interest and suspense. Ryu dodged much trouble throughout his debut Tuesday night, but supported by three double plays,...
All the roster intrigue may have been eliminated after the Dodgers completed their exhibition season Saturday night, but it finally became official Sunday afternoon. And there never was a spring trade of any of those extra starters, which doesn’...
Matt Kemp has heard the whispers: The Dodgers don't have chemistry. Kemp shook his head. “That's what I keep hearing people say,” he acknowledged. This view, or some variation of it, is the crux of every argument that a team other than the...
One week from today, it all gets very real. These re-invented Dodgers will take the field for the first time -- remodeled stadium permitting -- to open the season against the evil Orange & Black, who just happen to be the defending World Series champions....
PHOENIX — The Dodgers' sprawling spring training clubhouse got a bit more spacious Sunday when six players prepared to join their respective national teams for the World Baseball Classic. Infielder Hanley Ramirez (Dominican Republic) and...
The Dodgers played baseball Saturday, some real, live, actual baseball. Or at least the version that passes for it during spring training. Their first game of the spring wasn’t much to get excited about, their offense remaining in hibernation...
Come one, come all. It’s a happening, a regular baseball-palooza. The Dodgers’ roster may have appeared pretty set since the addition of Zack Greinke, but that doesn’t mean General Manager Ned Colletti hasn’t stayed busy this...
Harmony. Gee, the Dodgers really love you.... Those arbitration cases can get so messy. A club having to argue against its own player. Best to be avoided. Best to be done with as soon as possible. Which is what the Dodgers did yet again Friday, coming...
Tags: Matt Kemp, Baseball, A.J. Ellis, Joe Beimel, Arbitration
For the meet-and-greet types, the Dodgers have announced the schedule for their 10th annual community caravan. The caravan begins Monday, with team alumni featured the first four days at one stop per day. On Friday, 15 current players will be joined...
I’d like to start this by resolving that this will be my last cheap resolutions post. At least until I’m desperate for material to start the next year. Otherwise, here are some 2013 new year's resolutions for the Boys in Blue: Juan Uribe:...
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