The Dodgers will be back in Los Angeles for some home cookin’ after a wild and mostly disappointing road trip.
The Dodgers lost two of three games to the Diamondbacks this weekend. The team’s starting pitching continued its strong start to the season, but the offense remained baffled, getting shut out twice this weekend against the Snakes. Although it’s still very early in the season, it’s division losses like this that did in the Dodgers last year.
Two pitchers seek their first win of the season Sunday afternoon when Josh Beckett and Trevor Cahill meet in the series finale between the Dodgers and Diamondbacks at 1:10 p.m.
For some reason, the hot desert of Arizona just seems to always give the Dodgers problems. Last night’s game was a clear example of that, as the Dodgers’ bats fell asleep once again. As a result, a 3-0 loss and the second time this season that the Dodgers were shut out. Throughout the game, it [...]
After an emotional series in San Diego, the Dodgers will look to compose itself in the desert against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Good news and bad news coming out of the three-game series against the Padres.
The Dodgers won the battle 3-2 Thursday night at Petco Park, but may have lost the war, as pitcher Zack Greinke will miss at least a month after sustaining an injury thanks to a brawl with Carlos Quentin.
Zack Greinke pitched a season and a half in the National League with the Brewers after spending seven in the American League, which means teams like the Padres are still not sure of what to expect.
Brandon League faced criticism before the season as the Dodgers’ closer, and showed Wednesday night why as he struggled, but picked up the save in a 4-3 win against the Padres.
Petco Park proved to be nightmarish for the Dodgers as they dropped the series opener against the Padres Tuesday after a five-run eighth opened the floodgates in a 9-3 defeat.