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  • Dodgers push past Reds, 6-1

    Dodgers push past Reds, 6-1
    KEY MOMENT: Adrian Gonzalez doubled to lead off the second inning, ending an 0-for-20 skid, and Andre Ethier doubled him home. Neither Gonzalez nor Ethier had an extra-base hit this month. The Dodgers had the lead for good, and Gonzalez doubled again, the...
  • Scott Van Slyke has two homers, four RBIs in Dodgers' 6-2 win

    Scott Van Slyke has two homers, four RBIs in Dodgers' 6-2 win
    KEY MOMENT: Scott Van Slyke already had hit one home run against left-hander Tony Cingrani when, in the fifth inning, Van Slyke came up with two on and two out. The Reds had right-hander Logan Ondrusek warming up, but they stuck with Cingrani. He gave...
  • Carl Crawford unsure where he fits in Dodgers' outfield

    As Carl Crawford approaches his return from the disabled list, the Dodgers' outfield overcrowding is about to resurface as an issue. Crawford is not promised an everyday job when he comes back. So, although the Dodgers have considered whether to...
  • Dodgers convey importance of keeping pace with Giants

    What at first glance looked like a step forward was, in fact, a step back. The Dodgers won two of three games against the Colorado Rockies over the weekend, only for their deficit to the first-place San Francisco Giants in the National League West to...
  • The Times' Major League Baseball rankings

    Here's how The Times' Bill Shaikin ranks the 30 major league teams this week: 1. OAKLAND: Trout or Cabrera? Try 3B Josh Donaldson, who has outhomered both and leads the majors in runs. (4) 2. TORONTO: 1B Edwin Encarnacion hit 16 home runs in May....
  • Dodgers lose their way in extra innings again, fall 5-4 to Rockies

    Sometimes it’s just not hip to be a Dodger. You could check with young stars Dee Gordon and Yasiel Puig, who both left in the middle of Saturday’s game with hip injuries, or as it turned out, reliever Chris Perez. Perez gave up a game-...
  • White Sox edge Dodgers 2-1 to take series

    White Sox edge Dodgers 2-1 to take series
    LOS ANGELES -- A baseball was tucked inside a shoe in Leury Garcia’s locker Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, a keepsake from the feat even he was shocked he had accomplished. Garcia’s first home run in 74 career major league games sailed...
  • Dodgers use youth, Clayton Kershaw to survive rain and Rockies, 6-1

    The Dodgers did not care if it was all wet, it was victory. Their win Sunday featured two longtime minor leaguers getting their first career major league hits and Clayton Kershaw doing his thing on the mound as the Dodgers beat the Rockies, 6-1, at...
  • Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, Dee Gordon exit game because of hip injuries

    For all the problems the Dodgers have encountered this season, they have remained relatively healthy. Until now, perhaps. Yasiel Puig and Dee Gordon sustained hip injuries Saturday at Coors Field, prompting their early exits from a 5-4, 10-inning...
  • Dodgers get the message? They roll over slumping Rockies, 7-2

    Maybe the Dodgers got their irate manager’s message, maybe they were simply due or, just maybe, they met a team in even worse disarray. In their first game since Manager  Don Mattingly publicly criticized his team’s play, the Dodgers...
  • Dee Gordon has three hits, three RBIs in Dodgers' 7-2 win over Rockies

    Dee Gordon has three hits, three RBIs in Dodgers' 7-2 win over Rockies
    AT THE PLATE: Dee Gordon was three for four with two triples, three runs batted in and two runs scored. No Dodgers player had tripled twice in a game since Rafael Furcal on Sept. 28, 2010, also in Colorado. Like Gordon, Hanley Ramirez also showed signs of...
  • So what's wrong with the sad-sack Dodgers?

    So what's wrong with the sad-sack Dodgers?
    Good thing Los Angeles is a hockey town. Otherwise more might be noticing the continued disintegration of those “cruddy” Dodgers. I was standing in the clubhouse after yet another Dodgers’ home loss this week and a player walked up...