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  • Preview: Tigers at Padres

    The San Diego Padres' struggling offense faces their second former Cy Young award winner in as many days Sunday in the rubber match against the visiting Detroit Tigers. One game after losing 6-2 to Tigers ace Justin Verlander on Saturday, the Padres...
  • Trevor Bauer is hard-luck loser after Zach McAllister tosses gem in doubleheader split

    CLEVELAND Zach McAllister tossed 7 2/3 scoreless innings in the first game and Trevor Bauer followed his lead by limiting the San Diego Padres to an earned run and striking out a career-high eight batters in six innings in the second. But the Indians...
  • Marla Ridenour: San Diego trip caps week of personal moments created by Indians' Terry Francona

    SAN DIEGO There might have been no better week to illustrate Indians manager Terry Francona's personal touch than the past seven days. At every turn, Francona was creating a special moment. Those moments touched minor-leaguers Nick Hamilton, Tony Wolters...
  • Capsules for the NL West Division

    NL WEST (in predicted order to finish) Los Angeles Dodgers Last year: 92-70 (first, NL West) New faces: 2B Alex Guerrero (Cuba), RHP Dan Haren (Nationals), RHP Chris Perez (Indians), RHP Jamey Wright (Rays), OF Mike Baxter (Mets) Former faces: RHP...
  • Five key questions facing the Padres

    The Padres have become a chic "sleeper" pick for the 2014 season, with most analysts pointing to a promising young infield and a deep group of starting pitchers as reasons for optimism in America's Finest City. But after posting losing records in five of...
  • Stanton's mammoth homer keys Marlins' rout of Padres

    Stanton's mammoth homer keys Marlins' rout of Padres
    Giancarlo Stanton is locked in. Certainly more than ever to open a season. That measly 89-mph four-seamer San Diego’s Eric Stults tossed at him in the first inning Friday didn’t stand a chance, its fate sealed as soon as it left the bat....
  • Dan Haren looks at home in pitching Dodgers to 5-1 win over Padres

    Interesting approach the Dodgers are using to get the new season underway: score early, get terrific starting pitching, hang on. It has worked in four of their five games and might have worked in all five if Brian Wilson hadn’t come up with a...
  • Dodgers unravel in 3-1 loss to Padres

    SAN DIEGO — As Brian Wilson recounted his eighth-inning implosion Sunday, he made certain his failures wouldn't obscure something positive that came out of the Dodgers' 3-1 loss to the San Diego Padres at Petco Park. Hyun-Jin Ryu was, in Wilson'...
  • Exhibition baseball: Dodgers beat Padres, fall to White Sox

    Dodgers 5, Padres 4; White Sox 5, Dodgers 4 AT THE PLATE: Dee Gordon was two for three with a triple, raising his exhibition average to .282. Gordon also stole a base, making him nine for his ninth in nine on the spring on stolen-base attempts....
  • Dodgers get first look at the young and talented Julio Urias

    Dodgers get first look at the young and talented Julio Urias
    One inning. One measly spring inning, at that. Still, it had the feeling of a coming-out party, of an early unveiling of something special, or something that soon will be. Possibly very soon. Julio Urias, all 17 years of him, made his first appearance...
  • Josh Beckett back on the mound

    PHOENIX — Sunday was Josh Beckett Day in Dodgerland. No bobblehead dolls. Just a lot of happy people wearing blue. Beckett was back. Sort of. Think of it in terms of Neil Armstrong on the moon, the "one small step for man" part. When he took the...
  • A-Rod ruins his name — and that of UM ballpark

    A-Rod ruins his name — and that of UM ballpark
    A Marlins official did not want to talk for this column. He considered it briefly during the Marlins' win on Thursday, but sighed dramatically. He mock-wiped his brow. This column is about the Biogensis scandal that will cost Alex Rodriguez his legacy,...