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MLB Announces Start Times For Games 1 And 2 Of NLDS

While the Los Angeles Dodgers knew since Wednesday they would play Game 1 of the NL division series at Chavez Ravine, the identity of their opponent wasn't known until Sunday. With the Pittsburgh Pirates losing to the Cincinnati Reds, the St. Louis Cardinals clinched the NL Central without needing to win their season finale against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Only Hours Remain To Get Your Yasiel Puig Shirt! D ...

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Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Discusses NLDS Opponent Cardinals

The Los Angeles Dodgers were eliminated from the postseason by the St. Louis Cardinals last season. In the NLCS, the Dodgers fell in six games to come up short in their bid for a World Series. The series shifted in Game 1 when Joe Kelly hit Hanley Ramirez with a pitch that broke his rib. Ramirez had carried the Dodger offense and was rendered ineffective after the injury. Some of the animosity carried over ...

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Dodgers News: Gordon, Ryu Confident They Will Be Ready For NLDS

In 2013, the Los Angeles Dodgers entered the postseason at less than 100 percent and exited the playoffs worse than that. Matt Kemp was lost for the playoffs with an ankle injury, while Andre Ethier was limited with an ankle injury of his own. That forced Skip Schumaker into the starting center field position for a couple games. In the NLCS, the Dodgers lost the effectiveness of Hanley Ramirez after he brok ...

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Magic Johnson Believes Dodgers Will Be On TV Next Season

The Los Angeles Dodgers recently completed their first season in their lucrative deal with Time Warner Cable. TWC was unable to strike deals with other providers, causing the Dodgers to be seen only by those with TWC. In the end, TWC was able to strike a deal with KDOC to air the Dodgers final six games of the season. Despite its' efforts to make a deal, DirecTV and others would not budge in their negotiati ...

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Dodgers News: Zack Greinke Pleased With Final Start

Although the Los Angeles Dodgers had nothing to gain or lose in the standings over their final three games of the regular season against the Colorado Rockies, it served as an important time for multiple players. Among them were those on the bench, who were looking to state their final case for making the postseason roster, which also held true for a handful of relievers. As for the starting pitchers, it mar ...

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Dodgers News: Ethier Calls 2014 His ‘Most Humbling Season’

With Matt Kemp still recovering from off-season surgery, Andre Ethier began the season as the Los Angeles Dodgers' center fielder. Kemp returned when the Dodgers opened their first homestand, but Ethier still started two of the three games against the San Francisco Giants. Ethier finished the regular season with consecutive starts Friday and Saturday for the first time since Aug. 23 and 24. What transpired ...

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Dodgers Nation Week In Review: September 22 – September 28

In their last week of regular-season play, the Los Angeles Dodgers went 5-1, picking much-needed momentum heading into the postseason. The week began with the San Francisco Giants in town and the Dodgers dropping the opening game in extra innings. They then bounced back to not only win the next two games, but also clinch the NL West title. After a day off, the Dodgers finished the season by sweeping the Col ...

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Dodgers Hit Three Home Runs, End Season With Sweep Of Rockies

PAGES: 1 | 2 Under the direction of acting manager Juan Uribe in their final regular season game, the Los Angeles Dodgers got off to another quick start against the Colorado Rockies. Zack Greinke retired the side in order in the first inning, and both Adrian Gonzalez and Matt Kemp continued to swing hot bats. Gonzalez's two-out double was followed by a two-run home run from Kemp and the Dodgers jumped out t ...

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Dodgers Vs. Rockies Preview: Uribe Manages In Season Finale

With one game remaining in the regular season, the Los Angeles Dodgers look to build upon their recent success and head into the postseason with momentum. In the regular season finale, some rare oddities will take place as manager Don Mattingly has decided to take a day off. Juan Uribe assumes managerial duties and he'll get help from Clayton Kershaw, who is the acting pitching coach Sunday. Starting for th ...

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Dodgers May Not Take Batting Practice During Postseason

The Los Angeles Dodgers are 2-0 since they clinched their second consecutive National League West title. They essentially haven't had anything to play for, though Justin Turner pointed to keeping momentum on their side as reason to win. The winning has come with the Dodgers not taking batting practice on a regular basis. Manager Don Mattingly made the decision to have the team skip batting practice on multi ...

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