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Sam LeCure

After a lost weekend in San Francisco, Dodgers aren't planning any big bullpen changes ... yet

After a lost weekend in San Francisco, Dodgers aren't planning any big bullpen changes ... yet

The agony of a lost weekend, one in which he faced six batters and saw all of them score, showed on J.P. Howell's face. But his voice conveyed why it is probably premature to attempt to evaluate the Dodgers after one shoddy series.

"When you're here, you stay in the league for a long time because when you go through struggles, you stay the same," Howell said. "You don't adjust right away. You trust what you've been doing. And then when it happens a couple more times, then it's time to adjust."

As the Dodgers (4-3) approach their home opener on Tuesday against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the relievers are eager to erase the sting of three losses in four...

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