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SNLA News: Charter Cable Agrees To Purchase Time Warner Cable

It's now the second year that Los Angeles Dodger fans have largely been unable to watch their team on television. Since signing a blockbuster deal with Time Warner Cable to create SportsNet LA, the Dodgers can only be seen by those with TWC and a few small networks. DirecTV, Dish, AT&T, Verizon and others have not made a deal with TWC for SNLA, saying that the demand isn't there for the price that TWC is ch ...

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Dodgers Injury Update: Grandal To DH, Baez And Peralta Throwing

The Los Angeles Dodgers opened a three-game set with the Atlanta Braves, which presented a refreshing break from a schedule that's been loaded with National League West opponents. After concluding their homestand Wednesday night, the Dodgers will travel to St. Louis to face the Cardinals for the first time this season. While the Dodgers currently are without Yasmani Grandal, that may change come the weekend ...

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Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Not Yet Moved To Change Batting Order

Outside of the Alex Guerrero and Justin Turner tandem replacing Juan Uribe at third base, and the occasional days off provided to veterans and left-handed batters, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has largely kept the order of his lineup card unchanged. The biggest move to date was Mattingly's moving Joc Pederson from the eight-hole to leadoff, which subsequently dropped Jimmy Rollins from first to ...

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Dodgers News: Frias And Mattingly Not Worried Over Rough Outing

The Los Angeles Dodgers were unable to complete a three-game sweep of the San Diego Padres on Sunday as they went down to their NL West rival in demoralizing fashion. Making his seventh career start, Carlos Frias faced off against Padres ace James Shields, who allowed no runs and just one hit through the sixth inning. Whereas Shields was nearly unhittable, Frias largely struggled. He managed to go just four ...

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Dodgers News: Lasorda Compares Puig To Mondesi & Comments On Pederson

Tommy Lasorda began his career with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1954 as a 26-year-old pitcher and although his playing career did not last long, his time spent as manager of the Dodgers will always be remembered. In his 20 year managerial career, Lasorda led the Dodgers to four National League pennants and two World Series Title,s and has coached and worked with many great players of the past. In a recent inter ...

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Dodgers News: Yasiel Puig Says He’ll Do Bat Flips For Fan Satisfaction

When Yasiel Puig broke into the Majors with the Los Angeles Dodgers in June of 2013, he quickly became known for his exciting defensive plays and bat flips. Although Puig previously mentioned he will no longer flip his bat after a home run, old habits die hard. While pitchers certainly don't care for the bat flip, Puig said recently he plans to continue with it, via Micah Peters of USAtoday.com: MP: So inqu ...

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Dodgers Video: Adrian Gonzalez Discusses Bobblehead Night And Offense

Although the Los Angeles Dodgers won a second straight game over the San Diego Padres Saturday night, their offense largely remains absent in comparison to the production previously seen. Adrian Gonzalez and manager Don Mattingly have been among those to downplay the offensive drought, and both have expressed confidence in the Dodgers' ability to regain form. Given the string of rough outings Ian Kennedy ha ...

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Dodgers News: Mike Bolsinger ‘Locked In’ And Ignoring Trade Rumors

Please enable Javascript to watch this video The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired Mike Bolsinger from the Arizona Diamondbacks for mere cash considerations back in November. Now nearly two months into the regular season a pitcher who was designated for assignment prior to being traded, and one who figured to be Minor-League depth, is filling a key hole for a team with World Series aspirations. Bolsinger had bee ...

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Dodgers News: Mattingly Discusses Severity Of Grandal’s Concussion

With Yasmani Grandal getting placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list Saturday the Los Angeles Dodgers are now without three full-time position players. There's also the losses of Brandon McCarthy and Hyun-Jin Ryu to their respective season-ending surgeries. As such, the season wears on for the Dodgers, who are fighting off the red-hot San Francisco Giants for first place in the National League West ...

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Dodgers News: Yasmani Grandal Placed On 7-Day Concussion DL

Nearly two months into the regular season the Los Angeles Dodgers have suffered several bumps and bruises along the way. The severity of injuries to multiple players has varied, with Brandon McCarthy and Hyun-Jin Ryu lost for the season, and Carl Crawford and Yasiel Puig expected to return at some point. Yasmani Grandal became the latest to join the list as the Dodgers placed the catcher on the seven-day co ...

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Dodgers News: Matt Kemp Breaks Down Facing Zack Greinke

After nine seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Matt Kemp was dealt to the San Diego Padres in a December trade that sent shockwaves throughout Los Angeles and the league. It didn't take long for Kemp to face his former team as the Padres began a three-game set at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day. Kemp went 5-for-13 with one double, three RBIs and one walk during the series and proceeded to have an impressive ...

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Dodgers Video: Pederson On Ending Scoreless Streak, Greinke & Home Run

Please enable Javascript to watch this video The Los Angeles Dodgers entered Friday's game on a three-game losing streak and in a scoring drought as they hadn't pushed a run across in 31 consecutive innings. They faced the San Diego Padres, who similarly had been struggling at the plate, going scoreless in 14 straight innings. After Justin Turner hit a leadoff single in the fifth and took an extra base as W ...

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Dodgers News: Zack Greinke Explains ‘Careless Whisper’ Walk-Up Song

Last season the Los Angeles Dodgers roster was full of large personalities that was often seen on the field in their style of play, for better or worse. This year's club doesn't have the same feel, particularly with Yasiel Puig on the disabled list and Juan Uribe essentially losing the starting job at third base to a rotation of Alex Guerrero and Justin Turner. However the Dodgers have nonetheless continued ...

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Dodgers News: Ellis And Mattingly Discuss Void Left By Ryu

Please enable Javascript to watch this video It's no secret the Los Angeles Dodgers have suffered tremendous blows to their starting rotation. First it was the shoulder injury to left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu, one that initially reported to keep him sidelined just a few weeks. Then came the season-ending elbow injury to Brandon McCarthy, which required Tommy John surgery that will keep him sidelined well into th ...

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