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A.J. Ellis

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  • Dodgers' A.J. Ellis: So what if Cardinals' Yadier Molina missed tag?

    Dodgers' A.J. Ellis: So what if Cardinals' Yadier Molina missed tag?
    ST. LOUIS -- To a large segment of the Dodgers fan base, this was an outrage: Mark Ellis slid home with the potential go-ahead run on Friday, and replays appeared to indicate that St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina might have missed the tag. It...
  • Dodgers' Don Mattingly awakens to a postseason world of criticism

    Dodgers' Don Mattingly awakens to a postseason world of criticism
    Welcome to the postseason, Don Mattingly. It’s a place where every move is magnified, particularly those that do not work out. And Mattingly had a few that did not work out Friday in the opener of the National League Championship Series against...
  • Dodgers show off their firepower in 13-6 rout of Braves in Game 3

    Dodgers show off their firepower in 13-6 rout of Braves in Game 3
    What initially looked like an unfolding crisis quickly turned into the Dodgers' loudest statement of the postseason — even louder than the fans at Dodger Stadium who mocked the Atlanta Braves on Sunday night by mimicking the Tomahawk Chop. In...
  • Dodgers come home for a joy ride

    Dodgers come home for a joy ride
    It's called a Ravine, but on this night it was an ocean, thousands of flapping blue towels washing over the visiting Southerners in giant roaring waves of Dodger. Hanley Ramirez blasting, Carl Crawford tumbling, Chris Capuano dealing, Yasiel Puiging,...
  • Dodgers' ace trumps Braves in postseason opener, 6-1

    Dodgers' ace trumps Braves in postseason opener, 6-1
    ATLANTA — If Clayton Kershaw continues to pitch the way he did Thursday night, the long-term contract to which the Dodgers intend to sign him this winter could cost them even more than they expect. That's fine with minority owner Magic Johnson,...
  • It's Yasiel Puig who unnerves Braves, energizes Dodgers

     It's Yasiel Puig who unnerves Braves, energizes Dodgers
    ATLANTA — October, we'd like you to meet Yasiel Puig. Now duck. The Dodgers rookie stormed into his first postseason Thursday night at Turner Field with the wild swings, crazy sprints, bold throws, and a smiling swagger. The Atlanta Braves tried...
  • Baseball playoffs are a lucky break for the viewer

    October is the month of triple-crown TV viewing. It's playoff time. Nothing better than a couch, a beer and a big-screen TV. To steal from the long-ago "Saturday Night Live" eloquence of Chico Escuela, "Baseball been berry, berry good to us." Sure,...
  • Dodgers' hot season fires up the faithful

    Dodgers' hot season fires up the faithful
    With her Dodgers dogged by injuries, Emma Amaya made a stop before work at the Our Lady Queen of Angels church in downtown Los Angeles, where she lit a prayer candle for her boys in blue. The next day, as the team prepared for game one of their series...
  • Dodgers' offense remains in hiding, Cards win 1-0 on unearned run

    Dodgers' offense remains in hiding, Cards win 1-0 on unearned run
    It should be clear to the Dodgers by now, the only way they win a game in the National League Championship Series is if their starter throws a shutout. After Zack Greinke struck out 10 and gave up only two runs in eight innings in the opener and lost,...
  • Dodgers shut down by Cardinals again, 1-0

    Dodgers shut down by Cardinals again, 1-0
    ST. LOUIS — As the Dodgers' dreams of a World Series title turned into something that would require a miracle to be realized, all Hanley Ramirez could do was watch. Clayton Kershaw was pitching a masterpiece Saturday, but Ramirez couldn't help...
  • Dodgers' title hopes take a one-two punch in St. Louis

    Dodgers' title hopes take a one-two punch in St. Louis
    ST. LOUIS — In the shadow of an arch that looks like a noose, the Dodgers were startled awake from their dream season Saturday while gasping for what feels like their last breath. The memorable remodeling of the last six months has been trashed in...
  • Dodgers' Dee Gordon insists he was safe on stolen base attempt

    Dodgers' Dee Gordon insists he was safe on stolen base attempt
    ATLANTA — Dee Gordon was adamant: When he attempted to steal second base in the ninth inning of the Dodgers' 4-3 defeat to the Atlanta Braves Friday night, he was safe. "I'm not going to harp on what he called, but I thought I was safe," Gordon...