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Dodgers News: Kershaw Says He Should’ve Respected Bumgarner More

The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants have met nine time this season. The defending World Series champions having won seven games and one-third of the matchups have pitted Madison Bumgarner and Clayton Kershaw against one another. Bumgarner is 2-0 in the three starts (Giants also won the game he walked away with a no-decision). While Kershaw recorded seven strikeouts and pitched into the eighth i ...

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Dodgers News: Ellis And Mattingly Discuss Recent Lack Of Offense

The Los Angeles Dodgers early struggles against the San Francisco Giants last season have risen once again as the Dodgers have lost all six games at AT&T Park and seven of nine overall to the Giants in 2015. After suffering a third consecutive shutout loss to the Giants, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly discussed his club's struggles and expressed confidence in a forthcoming turnaround, via Ken Gurnick of MLB. ...

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Dodgers News: Mattingly Explains Not Using All Righties Vs. Bumgarner

Once again, Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner faced off, and once again, the left-hander from the San Francisco Giants came away with a win. Bumgarner has dominated the Los Angeles Dodgers so far this season, as he is now 2-0 with a 1.34 ERA in three games. Although the left-hander has pitched well, his most recent win can be credited to the Dodgers offense -- or lack thereof. With another shut out loss ...

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A.J. Ellis Jokes About Madison Bumgarner’s Abilities With The Bat

It is no secret that Madison Bumgarner of the San Francisco Giants is a great pitcher. It's also no secret that he hits well - very well, in fact. Clayton Kershaw, the reigning National League MVP and Cy Young Award winner, got just a little taste of Bumgarner's power Thursday, as the Giants ace deposited a ball into the left field stands in the third inning. The home run gave the Giants a 1-0 lead and they ...

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Twitter: Brett Anderson Jokes About Being Reason For Rain

Not only are the Los Angeles Dodgers in a drought having been swept by the San Francisco Giants without scoring a run, but the city of Los Angeles is also in a drought of its' own. While the Dodgers can fix the problem with some timely hitting in their next game, the issue in the city is much bigger. There was some rain last week when the Dodgers took on the Colorado Rockies, and one game was even delayed f ...

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Dodgers Rank Among Most Expensive Teams Around The World

The Los Angeles Dodgers have the highest payroll in Major League Baseball by a wide margin. Aside from the New York Yankees ($219 million payroll) and Boston Red Sox ($187 million), the Dodgers's MLB-record $272 million payroll is at least $100 million more than every other MLB team. Even on a global scale, the Dodgers rank among the top teams in terms of payroll and average salaries per player, alongside t ...

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Dodgers News: Erisbel Arruebarrena Suspended For 2015 Season

UPDATE (May 21, 10:00 p.m. PT): According to Bill Plunkett of the OC Register, Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Erisbel Arruebarrena failed to report for workouts, which led to the suspension: Instead, he was expected to report to the extended spring training camp at Camelback Ranch in Arizona but apparently failed to report for workouts at times. With one Cuban infielder reaching the U.S. in the past week in ...

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Hyun-Jin Ryu Undergoes Successful Surgery; Out Until Spring

On Tuesday, reports surfaced that Hyun-Jin Ryu was considering surgery on his left shoulder and on Wednesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers confirmed those reports. Ryu has not made a start this season due to the shoulder and was set to undergo arthroscopic surgery on Thursday morning. According to Alanna Rizzo of SportsNet LA, the left-hander had successful surgery and he received a timetable: Ryu had successful ...

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Dodgers News: Yimi Garcia’s Struggles Due To Control Issues

Right-hander Yimi Garcia was the biggest bright spot of the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen through the first month of the season. In his first 14 appearances, Garcia allowed just one run while striking out 23 and walking just four. He did not allow a single home run in those 14.1 innings; however, since then he's allowed six earned runs (three home runs) and has walked three in five appearances (3.2 innings). ...

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Don Mattingly, Yasmani Grandal Not Concerned By Dodgers Slump

Since Saturday, the Los Angeles Dodgers have scored two runs in four games and luckily they were able to get a win in one of those games. They lost 6-1 to the Colorado Rockies before winning 1-0 on Sunday, and then they went to San Francisco and have been shut out consecutive days. While the team is still fourth in the MLB in runs scored, they've gone through a slump and have not hit a home run in those fou ...

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Dodgers News: Friedman Doesn’t Rule Out September Call-Up For Urias

Los Angeles Dodgers pitching prospect Julio Urias underwent three operations on his left eye during his youth to remove a benign mass. As a result, his left eye is nearly closed. The 18-year-old recently announced that he has elected to undergo another operation, cosmetic surgery on his left eye, which will require him to miss a month of action. Urias is one of Major League Baseball's top prospects, as he a ...

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Hector Olivera’s Contract Has Large Signing Bonus, Annual Increases

One thing Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman has emphasized this season is that you can never have too much depth. With the plethora injuries in the outfield, starting rotation and bullpen in the first two months of the season, the Dodgers have already called on the depth they added in the offseason. On Tuesday, the team officially announced that more help is on the way. Cu ...

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Dodgers News: Carlos Frias Gaining Confidence With Each Start

With Brandon McCarthy lost for the season due to Tommy John surgery and Hyun-Jin Ryu likely to miss the remainder of the year after undergoing surgery on his left shoulder, the Los Angeles Dodgers have relied on pitching depth to fill their starting rotation. Carlos Frias appeared in two games as a reliever in April before making four starts in May. He pitched well enough to earn wins in each of his first t ...

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Hyun-Jin Ryu To Undergo Arthroscopic Surgery On Left Shoulder

The Los Angeles Dodgers made a concerted effort during the offseason to bolster the depth of their pitching staff both on the active roster and throughout the Minor-League affiliates. Now six weeks into the regular season, they've lost two-fifths of their starting rotation. To little surprise, the Dodgers announced Wednesday Hyun-Jin Ryu will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his ailing left shoulder. The pro ...

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