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Juan Uribe

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  • Dodgers bounce back with rout of Giants

    The Sports Xchange By Dave Del Grande, The Sports Xchange Dodgers bounce back with rout of Giants SAN FRANCISCO -- The Los Angeles Dodgers proved Saturday night they could come to the ballpark in the proper frame of mind following a nine-run loss. Now...
  • Dodgers come back with a record win, crush the Giants, 17-0

    Dodgers come back with a record win, crush the Giants, 17-0
    Strange things can sometimes bring a team together, unexpected things. The Dodgers were wiped out, 9-0, in the opener Friday of their key series with the Giants and lost starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu to injury. Catcher A.J. Ellis said it felt like they&...
  • Dodgers' Ryu to see a doctor about shoulder pain

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Dodgers - INSIDE PITCH SAN FRANCISCO -- Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu will see a doctor in the San Francisco Bay Area on Saturday in hopes of determining the extent of a shoulder injury...
  • Clayton Kershaw wins again as Dodgers down Nationals, 4-1

    Clayton Kershaw wins again as Dodgers down Nationals, 4-1
    Aut-o-matic. OK, that’s not really fair, which doesn’t mean it doesn’t feel right. Clayton Kershaw started for the Dodgers on Tuesday night, so naturally you know what that means: more domination, more pitching brilliance and another...
  • Kershaw dominant in Dodgers win over Nationals

    The Sports Xchange By Forrest Lee, The Sports Xchange Kershaw dominant in Dodgers win over Nationals LOS ANGELES -- Just another day in the park for Clayton Kershaw. Kershaw earned his major-league-leading 17th win, leading the Los Angeles Dodgers...
  • Recap: Dodgers 4, Nationals 1

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Dodgers 4, Nationals 1 Dodgers 4, Nationals 1: Juan Uribe belted a two-run homer and Clayton Kershaw become baseball's first 17-game winner as Los Angeles evened its three-game series against visiting Washington. Kershaw (17-3)...
  • Game roundup: Martinez's ninth-inning homer lifts Tigers

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 4: Adds Dodgers-Nationals, Mariners-A's, Padres-Diamondbacks; final update Game roundup: Martinez's ninth-inning homer lifts Tigers CLEVELAND -- J.D. Martinez's three-run home run with one out in the top of the...
  • Nationals pound Roberto Hernandez in 6-4 win over Dodgers

    The stretch drive called, and the Dodgers kind of yawned. Not exactly the desired response. Not with the San Francisco Giants suddenly hot as a Death Valley Labor Day and the Washington Nationals in town trying to claim best-record status in the...
  • Span homers twice as Nationals dump Dodgers

    The Sports Xchange By Forrest Lee, The Sports Xchange Span homers twice as Nationals dump Dodgers LOS ANGELES -- The ball was carrying well at Dodger Stadium on Monday. No player took advantage of it more than Washington Nationals center fielder Denard...
  • Dodgers can't keep up with Nationals in 6-4 loss

    KEY MOMENT: After the teams traded first-inning home runs, Denard Span and Asdrubal Cabrera hit home runs one batter apart in the third inning, erasing a one-run deficit and putting the Nationals ahead to stay. But it wasn't always comfortable. The...
  • Game roundup: Royals back on top of AL Central

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update No. 4: Adds final three games; will stand Game roundup: Royals back on top of AL Central DETROIT -- James Shields allowed a game-opening single then retired the next 18 batters he faced Wednesday night as the...
  • Dodgers shut down Padres, 4-0

    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers led, 1-0, in the fourth inning, when the Padres put runners on second and third with none out. Dan Haren retired the next three batters — on a pop fly, strikeout and ground ball — and the Padres had squandered what...