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Dodgers News And Rumors: Billingsley To Undergo Treatment For Elbow

Although Clayton Kershaw has received most of the attention throughout his stint on the disabled list, Chad Billingsley has also been battling a long rehab since having Tommy John surgery last season. Billingsley was initially expected to come back in May, but after being diagnosed with tendonitis in his elbow not long ago, many are concerned with how speedy his recovery will be. In hopes of speeding up the ...

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Dodgers News: Dodgers Receive Award For Economic Impact In Los Angles

It's been two years since the Guggenheim group purchased the Los Angeles Dodgers and closed the book on Frank McCourt's strenuous tenure as owner. Shortly after the completion of the sale, the new owners quickly made a bold statement by adding over $275 million in salary in a trade with the Boston Red Sox. Before and after the trade, the faces seen most often, Magic Johnson, Stan Kasten and Mark Walter were ...

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Dodgers Vs. Phillies Recap: 10th Inning Error Sinks Dodgers In 3-2 Loss

After dropping Monday's game in a futile offensive effort, the Los Angeles Dodgers were looking for a better performance against Philadelphia Phillies starter A.J. Burnett. Meanwhile, Hyun-Jin Ryu took the mound looking to quiet Phillies hitters, primarily Carlos Ruiz, who notoriously fares well against the Dodgers. Ryu got off to a good start as he sat the Phillies down in order on nine pitches in the top ...

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Dodgers News: Billingsley Will Receive PRP Injection In Right Elbow

Clayton Kershaw isn't the only Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher who is currently attempting to work his way back from injury. The ace of the pitching staff is joined by Chad Billingsley, whose recovery from Tommy John surgery in 2013 has been met with multiple hurdles. According to Eric Stephen of TrueBlueLA.com, Billingsley's recovery is back on an upswing and he will receive an injection of platelet-rich plasm ...

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VIDEO: Mattingly Says Clayton Kershaw Could Return In A Few Weeks

The Los Angeles Dodgers are on the verge of greatness once their relief pitching regroups, but most importantly, once Clayton Kershaw returns to the starting rotation. The left-hander warmed up regularly with the team before Monday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies and seems to be on the right track in his recovery. When asked about when the organization can expect Kershaw back, Dodger manager Don Ma ...

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Dodgers Vs. Phillies Preview: Ryu Starts, Offense Looks To Heat Up

The Los Angeles Dodgers were dominated by the Philadelphia Phillies last night, or rather, the Dodgers were dominated by Cliff Lee. The 35-year-old starter pitched eight shutout innings, allowing only four hits and no walks, silencing Dodger bats all night. After their 7-0 loss last night, the Dodgers hope their bats can bounce back to make up for putting nothing on the scoreboard last night. Taking the mou ...

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PHOTOS: Clayton Kershaw & Wife Volunteer At Los Angeles Dream Center

While many may be counting down the days until the ace of the Los Angeles Dodgers' pitching staff can return from a back injury, Clayton Kershaw, along with his wife Ellen, took time to volunteer with the Dream Center to distribute groceries in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The anticipation for Kershaw's return has been slowly building as the left-hander has continued to work his way through bullpen sessions and ...

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Dodgers News: Adult Baseball Camp Returning To Dodgertown In November

The 2014 World Series is expected to conclude by November and whether or not the Los Angeles Dodgers will play in the Fall Classic remains to be seen. However, shortly after the 2014 season has concluded, the Dodgers will provide fans with the opportunity to take part in adult baseball camp. The camp will take place from November 9-15 and will be held at Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Fla. Dodgertown is ...

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Dodgers Nation Wishes Dee Gordon A Happy 26th Birthday

Dee Gordon began his major league career with the Los Angeles Dodgers midway through the 2011 season. As a natural shortstop, his value to the Dodgers began to decrease with the acquisition of Hanley Ramirez in 2013. He floated in and out of the minors in 2012 and 2013 before the speedy infielder was forced to improve on his fielding as well as his work at the plate if he wanted to see time in a Dodger unif ...

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Dodgers News: Kershaw May Make Minor League Rehab Start Friday

Already the ace of the Los Angeles Dodgers' pitching staff, heading into the 2014 season, all eyes were on Clayton Kershaw and his seven-year, $215 million contract extension. Signed to the new deal and coming off a Cy Young Award-winning season, expectations were high for Kershaw. Kershaw struggled through Spring Training but was his usual dominant self in his first and only start of the regular season on ...

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