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  • Dodgers' Chad Billingsley aims for early July return

    Dodgers' Chad Billingsley aims for early July return
    Chad Billingsley could rejoin the Dodgers in early July, which would put him back in the major leagues 15 months after he underwent Tommy John surgery. The Dodgers are not holding a place in the starting rotation for Billingsley. They are happy with...
  • Dodgers are still trying to find their groove

    For the second consecutive year, the Dodgers are 71/2 games out of first place after the first game of June. It all worked out just fine last year, of course. But, on the first day of June 2013, Yasiel Puig was two days from his major league debut,...
  • Dodgers fall to the Phillies, 5-3

    Dodgers fall to the Phillies, 5-3
    AT THE PLATE: Yasiel Puig was two for four with a triple and a run. Puig has reached base in 25 consecutive games. ON THE MOUND: Dan Haren was charged with five runs and six hits over six innings. Of the five runs, only two were earned. Haren gave up...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw could be rounding into Cy Young form

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw could be rounding into Cy Young form
    Spoiled, that’s what you are. Rotten to the very core. Clayton Kershaw pitches and you expect flirtations with no-hitters, double-digit strikeouts and at least a shutout. Some kind of history. And it seems he’s been … what? Pretty...
  • Dodgers stumped by Chicago White Sox, 4-1

    Dodgers stumped by Chicago White Sox, 4-1
    AT THE PLATE: White Sox starter Hector Noesi hadn't won a game in more than two years, but the Dodgers made him look like Juan Marichal. Noesi, a 27-year-old right-hander with a 4-19 career record before Tuesday, ended a personal 14-game losing streak,...
  • Dodgers offense is listless again in 2-1 loss to White Sox

    Dodgers offense is listless again in 2-1 loss to White Sox
    Recently, if the Dodgers are scoring runs, it’s because Dee Gordon and Yasiel Puig are getting on base and making things happen. Besides those two, the team's offense has been absolutely listless. On Wednesday, Gordon and Puig held to form, but...
  • Dodgers fall to White Sox, 2-1

    Dodgers fall to White Sox, 2-1
    AT THE PLATE: The Dodgers were limited to one hit over the first seven innings, a bunt single by Dee Gordon to lead off the game. They scored their only run in the eighth inning, when Gordon doubled, stole third base and scored on a groundout by Hanley...
  • Marlins 2003 World Series hero Josh Beckett throws no-hitter

    Marlins 2003 World Series hero Josh Beckett throws no-hitter
    Josh Beckett, who starred in the Florida Marlins' 2003 championship run, threw Major League Baseball's first no-hitter of the season as the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 6-0 on Sunday. Beckett, 34, threw a shutout in Game 5 of...
  • Matt Kemp to also play left field for Dodgers

    Matt Kemp said in spring training he wasn't a fourth outfielder. He also said he was a center fielder. Now, neither statement might be accurate. While Hanley Ramirez remained sidelined because of a strained left calf muscle, Kemp was preparing himself...
  • 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...
  • Sox playing well enough to make a deal

    Sox playing well enough to make a deal
    While you were sleeping last night, and while you were sleeping through this Chicago baseball season, the White Sox became watchable. Or maybe it was while watching the Blackhawks, but whatever, the Sox not only won’t make you throw battery acid...
  • Not all no-hitters come from baseball's most dominating pitchers

    They’re rare, though perhaps not as completely rare as you might believe. Josh Beckett’s no-hitter on Sunday was the 283rd thrown in major league history. When you think of the pitchers who have thrown no-nos, fireballers like Sandy Koufax,...