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Dodgers News: Jose Dominguez Recalled, Figgins Optioned To Minors

Playing in a pair of extra-inning games over the last week, the Los Angeles Dodgers have relied heavily on their relievers. Unfortunately for manager Don Mattingly, his bullpen hasn't been as reliable as they were in 2013, with Kenley Jansen and Brian Wilson both struggling. Perhaps in a response, the Los Angeles Dodges announced on Monday afternoon they recalled right-handed reliever Jose Dominguez from Tr ...

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Dodgers Vs. Phillies Preview: Lefties Cliff Lee And Paul Maholm Face Off

Nineteen games into their regular season schedule, the Los Angeles Dodgers will play just their second series against a team outside of the NL West. Beginning Monday, the Philadelphia Phillies and Dodgers start a four-game set at Dodger Stadium. Paul Maholm, winless on the season, is making his third start for the Dodgers. In his first start, Maholm pitched 4.1 innings, allowing five runs on seven hits in a ...

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Dodgers News: Training Room To Be Dedicated To Frank Jobe

Dating back to last year, renowned orthopedic surgeon Frank Jobe, who passed away in early March, has received recognition for his contributions to sports medicine and on Monday will receive yet another honor in his name at Dodger Stadium. According to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, the Dodgers will dedicate their training room to Jobe and his sons will throw out the first pitch on Monday: #Dodgers ...

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Dodgers News: Beckett Proving To Be An Asset To The Pitching Staff

Since being traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers, Josh Beckett a 2-8 record and has seemingly been hampered by one injury after another. The 33-year-old right hander made just five starts last season before being shut down due to numbness in the fingers of his right hand. Beckett underwent surgery in the off-season, having a rib removed to alleviate pressure that was being placed on a nerve, which caused the n ...

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Dodgers News And Rumors: Kershaw Throws Full Effort In Simulated Game

To the liking of the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and fans, Clayton Kershaw took the mound in a simulated game before Sunday's game at Dodger Stadium. The left-hander threw for three innings, tallying a total of 50 pitches. Kershaw faced Drew Butera and Chone Figgins, and the man behind the plate was none other than A.J. Ellis, who had knee surgery just 12 days ago. The two-time Cy Young Award winner cl ...

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NL West Round-Up: Several Players Continue Recovery From Injury

The Los Angeles Dodgers played two three-game series against NL West opponents, San Francisco Giants and Arizona Diamondbacks. The Dodgers dropped two games against the Giants and finished the week but taking two from the Diamondbacks. Clayton Kershaw continued to make progress towards returning from inflammation in his back that placed him on the 15-day disabled list after his first start of the season on ...

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Dodgers Vs. Diamondbacks Recap: Yasiel Puig Homers In 4-1 Win

After the Arizona Diamondbacks broke through for their first win against the Los Angeles Dodgers this season on Friday, the Dodgers then engineered a come-from-behind win on Saturday, powered by timely hitting from Andre Ethier, Adrian Gonzalez and Matt Kemp, and a solid outing from Dan Haren. Sunday pitted Josh Beckett against Josh Collmenter, who was making his second start this season. Beckett and Collme ...

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Dodgers Injury Update: Kershaw Goes Full Effort, Ellis In Full Gear

It was a sunny Sunday at Dodger Stadium and Clayton Kershaw took the mound with A.J. Ellis behind the plate as many expected to see plenty of times this season-- only it was 10 a.m. and Kershaw was facing Drew Butera and Chone Figgins. The Los Angeles Dodgers caught a glimpse of what could be returning to the field today when Kershaw threw a simulated game and Ellis was the one behind the plate. Ellis is re ...

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Dodgers vs. DBacks Preview: Beckett Tries To Pick Up Where He Left Off

As the Los Angeles Dodgers headed into the third inning of yesterday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, it looked as though the game was going to take an unexpected turn for the worst. Veteran Dan Haren gave up four runs in the third and Mike Bolsinger, making his MLB debut as a starter, had allowed no runs and recorded five strikeouts heading into the fourth. It had the making of a strange role rever ...

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Dodgers Nation Wishes Don Mattingly A Happy 53rd Birthday!

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly is in his fourth season as skipper of the Dodgers after serving as their hitting coach beginning in July of 2008. Prior to joining the Dodgers, Mattingly was the hitting coach for the New York Yankees from 2004-2006 and became a bench coach in 2007. As a hitting coach, Mattingly's influence on both teams' hitting was evident by their rise in production, which placed ...

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