Dodgers Shutout By Cards Lackey’

  On Friday, the Los Angeles Dodgers returned to Busch Stadium in St. Louis where they’ve been eliminated from the playoffs the last two years by the Cardinals. The Cardinals and Dodgers are current owners of the two best records in the National League, respectively, and just one game separates the two franchises head-to-head matchups dating back to 1892; St. Louis 1.026; more »

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Bolsinger Continues To Impress; Dodgers Win Duel

  Mike Bolsinger made his third start for the Los Angeles Dodgers, second consecutive, tossing six scoreless innings on Sunday, picking up a 1-0 win over the Colorado Rockies, at Dodger stadium. Outside of Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke, Bolsinger is just the seventh Dodgers’ starter in 21 starts this season to finish six innings of work. “Guys come in more »

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Dodgers Finding Stability In Bolsinger And Frias

  The Los Angeles Dodgers are in search for that stability on the back-end of their rotation, after injuries put Hyun-Jin Ryu (no timetable after a recent setback), Brandon Beachy (recently threw live batting practice) and Brandon McCarthy (out for the season) on the shelf. Manager, Don Mattingly, has used nine different starters this season to fill out his five-man rotation. The more »

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Pregame Scenes & Notes From Dodgers Old-Timers Day 2015

Prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ game with the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night, iconic players from the team’s storied past gathered for the 2015 Old-Timers Game. On-hand and suited up in Dodger blue were players including Pedro Guerrero, Jerry Hairston Jr., Steve Garvey, Todd Zeile, Nomar Garciaparra, Shawn Green, Steve Finley, Rick Monday, Roger Craig, Maury Wills, Tommy Davis, more »

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Gonzalez, Guerrero Earn Monthly NL Honors; Ryu Transferred To 60-day DL

  There’s never a dull day in Dodger land. On Monday, the Los Angeles Dodgers gave us a week’s worth of news to wrap our heads around. First baseman Adrian Gonzalez was named National League Player of the Month, while Alex Guerrero was named National League Rookie of the Month. In April, Gonzalez became the first player in MLB history more »

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