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  • Dodgers' schedule remains rugged

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Dodgers - INSIDE PITCH SAN FRANCISCO -- The Los Angeles Dodgers swept an important three-game series in San Francisco. Now comes the hard part. The Dodgers' 59-47 record has a 32-18 mark against...
  • Letters: At least we finally have an NBA decision

    Letters: At least we finally have an NBA decision
    I am so happy that the wait is finally over. We were all wondering if he would take the bigger stage or decide to stay home. Thank you, Jordan Farmar, for deciding to stay in Los Angeles. Richard Katz Los Angeles :: It should come as no surprise...
  • Dodgers lose to San Diego Padres, 6-3

    AT THE PLATE: Matt Kemp's run-scoring single in the first inning moved the Dodgers in front, 1-0. But they didn't score again until the seventh, when Yasiel Puig doubled in a run and Adrian Gonzalez had a sacrifice fly — a play on which Puig was...
  • As answers elude Dan Haren, Dodgers face hole in rotation's back half

    As answers elude Dan Haren, Dodgers face hole in rotation's back half
    Dan Haren fiddled his thumb and cracked his knuckles restively in the Dodgers' clubhouse. Approaching the All-Star break, Haren hasn’t pitched to his expectations, and perhaps he is starting to grow restless. The Padres, the lowest-scoring team in...
  • Dodgers' Justin Turner hopes to return against St. Louis next week

    Dodgers' Justin Turner hopes to return against St. Louis next week
    If everything goes according to plan, the Dodgers could have utility infielder Justin Turner back for the club’s first series after the All-Star break in St. Louis next week. Turner has been on the disabled list since June 29 with a strained...
  • Don Mattingly structures post-break rotation with eye on Giants

    Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly played coy before Saturday’s game about the way he will set up the rotation after the All-Star break. He did reveal the rotation: Dan Haren will pitch the first game after the break, followed by Zack Greinke,...
  • Hanley Ramirez is back in Dodgers lineup against the Rockies

    Sometimes news is good simply by not being bad. So here's some good news, Dodgers faithful: One night after Hanley Ramirez left the game grimacing in pain after taking a sharp one-hopper off the end of his right ring finger, the shortstop said he was...
  • Hanley Ramirez doesn't blame injury for error during Kershaw's gem

    There was one blip in Clayton Kershaw’s gem, the one thing he couldn’t control. In the seventh inning of Kershaw’s eventual no-hitter, Rockies’ leadoff hitter Corey Dickerson slapped a ball toward shortstop Hanley Ramirez....
  • Dodgers beat Rockies, 4-2, but Hanley Ramirez bruises a finger

    Dodgers beat Rockies, 4-2, but Hanley Ramirez bruises a finger
    The Dodgers danced in their dugout Tuesday, as they did the day before, and the day before that. Only this time, they danced in a cloud of soap bubbles that flowed out of a machine sitting on the helmet rack. Then, suddenly, the party stopped....
  • Did Don Mattingly cost Clayton Kershaw a perfect game?

    Hanley Ramirez has made 141 errors over the last nine seasons, more than any other player in baseball in that period. The most recent one was the difference between a perfect game and a no-hitter for Clayton Kershaw on Wednesday night. In the seventh...
  • For Dodgers' Scott Van Slyke, a case of butterflies is a good thing

    Scott Van Slyke was 13, standing in the outfield during the championship game of a baseball tournament. The crowd was tense. This very well could have been the most important game of the kids' lives. Focus was imperative. And yet there was Van Slyke,...
  • Dodgers' Yasiel Puig won't stop playing aggressively

    Something is always bothering Yasiel Puig. Sometimes, it's his shoulder. Or his back. Now, it's his left hip. Any player who runs as hard and dives as often as Puig does is bound to get bruised here and there. Puig accepts that. So do the Dodgers....