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Mark Ellis

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  • With Matt Kemp and Hanley Ramirez back, Dodgers roll to 9-3 win

    There now, feel better? Those Dodgers, suddenly all adrift and looking lost, got it together in a big way Tuesday night in a 9-3 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks to snap their four-game losing streak. Amazing what getting a couple of big bats...
  • Dodgers starting to get ridiculous, rally in ninth, win 5-4 in 12th

    Dodgers starting to get ridiculous, rally in ninth, win 5-4 in 12th
    Yeah, right, and apparently pigs can fly. Because the Dodgers can seemingly win every kind of ridiculous game known to man, and a few never before known. The Dodgers won again Wednesday, won in perhaps their most unlikely fashion yet. They won when they...
  • Zack Greinke leads Dodgers past Cubs, 6-2

    Zack Greinke leads Dodgers past Cubs, 6-2
    And then order was restored. All was calm. They worked counts, came up with some timely hits, made no real miscues. It hardly hurt any that the Dodgers had their hottest pitcher – nope, not Clayton Kershaw – on the mound, but they did more...
  • It all feels wrong in the Dodgers' 3-2 loss to the Cubs

    It all feels wrong in the Dodgers' 3-2 loss to the Cubs
    It was all backward, all wrong. The weather was semi-muggy, as if the Dodgers were playing the Cubs in Chicago. The mighty Dodgers offense acted like something the talent-thin Cubs might produce. And Clayton Kershaw looked almost mortal. It all turned...
  • Dodgers drop consecutive games for first time in nearly two months

    It’s panic in the streets! The Dodgers, baseball’s latest world beaters, are in a horrifying slump! They fell, 6-2, on Monday to the lowly Miami Marlins, marking a second consecutive loss -- which is the first time they have lost consecutive...
  • Carl Crawford back, Hanley Ramirez out as Dodgers go for clincher

    Carl Crawford back, Hanley Ramirez out as Dodgers go for clincher
    They’re in, they’re out, they’re somewhere. Don Mattingly posted the lineup he hopes will clinch the National League West on Wednesday, and once again players were coming and going. Back after being out since Saturday with a bad back...
  • Mark Ellis, wife, reach out to stricken family after son's death

    CINCINNATI — The youngest of Mark Ellis' three children is a 2-year-old girl named Dylan. So when Sarah Ellis, wife of the Dodgers' second baseman, read about the death of an 8-year-old Indiana boy named Dylan Williams following a baseball...
  • Scott Van Slyke's homer lifts Dodgers to 5-3 win over Diamondbacks

    Scott Van Slyke's homer lifts Dodgers to 5-3 win over Diamondbacks
    And now a voice from the Dodgers’ not-so-distant past. Scott Van Slyke, who has seemingly spent half his season jettisoning up and down between the Dodgers and the minors this season, was summoned to pinch-hit in the 11th¬†inning Tuesday in game...
  • Matt Kemp, Hanley Ramirez return to Dodgers lineup

    Matt Kemp, Hanley Ramirez return to Dodgers lineup
    Mr. Kemp, meet Mr. Ramirez. Manager Don Mattingly did this weird thing prior to Tuesday’s game against the Diamondbacks. He handed in a real, live lineup. Matt Kemp, the guy they thought was still running too tentatively with that sore hamstring...
  • Yasiel Puig leads Dodgers to third consecutive win, 3-1

    So really, honestly, this time it could be different? This time a Dodgers team finally approaching full strength and buoyed by the arrival of phenom Yasiel Puig could actually be readying a real run? There were signs again Monday night that it could...
  • Yasiel Puig leads Dodgers past Giants, 3-1, for rare three-game win streak

    As much entertainment as Yasiel Puig has provided in his three weeks with the Dodgers, his presence hasn't had a pronounced effect on the team's win-loss record. Until now, perhaps. By virtue of a 3-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants at Dodger...
  • Dodgers go extra only to lose to Diamondbacks, 8-6

    And then on Wednesday, all was calm. No hit batters, no ejections, no bubbling testosterone. There was just a pretty decent baseball game, ultimately won 8-6 in 12 innings by the Diamondbacks before a Dodger Stadium crowd of 41,927. This marked...