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Dodgers News: Carl Crawford Set To Return, Creating Difficult Situation

UPDATE (July 20, 1:00 p.m. PT): According to Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times, Carl Crawford expects the Los Angeles Dodgers to activate him from the 60-day disabled list on Tuesday: Crawford thinks he will be activated tomorrow.— Dylan Hernandez (@dylanohernandez) July 20, 2015 Carl Crawford has battled and overcome his fair share of injuries during his tenure in Boston and Los Angeles. He'll look to ...

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Dodgers News: Mark Walter Expresses Confidence In Yasiel Puig

Since being promoted from Double-A in June of 2013, Yasiel Puig has very much evoked a love him or hate him sentiment. He was key in sparking the Los Angeles Dodgers on their historic 42-8 summer run, which vaulted them from the bottom of the National League West standings to the top and ultimately a division title. However, in the seasons since, Puig's style of play has worn thin and turned some in the Dod ...

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Dodgers News: Bryce Harper Has Mixed Opinion Of Zack Greinke’s Success

While the Washington Nationals made a big splash in the offseason by signing Max Scherzer to a seven-year, $210 million contract, adding him to an already impressive starting rotation, they were done in over the weekend by the Los Angeles Dodgers' pair of aces. Clayton Kershaw muscled his way through eight innings of scoreless work, striking out 14 along the way, which set a season high and came within one ...

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Dodgers News: Yasmani Grandal Struck By Foul Ball, Removed From Game

UPDATE (July 19, 2:00 p.m. PT): According to Bill Plunkett of the OC Register, results came back negative on an X-ray of Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal's jaw and he'll be examined again in Atlanta on Monday: Yasmani Grandal had X-ray for possible broken jaw. Negative. Will have further exam tomorrow. #Dodgers— Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) July 19, 2015 After appearing in one of the tw ...

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Dodgers News: Zach Lee Takes Brief Call-Up In Stride

With Friday's series opener between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Nationals being suspended due to lighting issues, it created a doubleheader of sorts on Saturday. The two teams met for the continuation of Friday's contest at 11:05 a.m. PT, then played Saturday's originally scheduled game at 1:05 p.m. Due the slight schedule change, Major League Baseball permitted the Dodgers and Nationals to call ...

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Dodgers News: A.J. Ellis Saw Shades Of No-Hitter In Clatyon Kershaw

For as much as Clatyon Kershaw may have struggled through his first nine starts, if there's one accusation that can't be levied against him it's an inability to rack up strikeouts. The reigning National League MVP has led the Majors in punch-outs for much of the season and put hitters away at a prolific rate on Saturday in a Los Angeles Dodgers win over the Washington Nationals. Kershaw struck out two batte ...

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Bryce Harper Calls Clayton Kershaw Best Pitcher In Baseball

What's wrong with Clayton Kershaw? It's what many asked as the reigning National League MVP wasn't quite living up to the astronomical standard he set last season by not only winning an MVP Award, but a third Cy Young in the last four years. However, when looking beyond traditional statistics, it became obvious nothing was truly wrong with Kershaw. Ten days removed from striking out 13 in a complete-game sh ...

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Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Hopeful For More Offensive Consistency

After starting the 2015 season packing plenty of offensive punch, the Los Angeles Dodgers offense has slowly withered away and become a shadow of itself. During the first two months of the season, the team slashed .268/.345/.486 with an offense driven by home runs. As teams usually do over the duration of a 162-game season, the Dodgers went through a prolonged period where runs were difficult to come by. Co ...

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Dodgers News: Joc Pederson Aware He Needs To Better Handle Failure

Entering the 2014 season, Joc Pederson was ranked as one of the Los Angeles Dodgers' best prospects. The Dodgers stole him in the 11th round of the 2010 Draft and he quickly worked his way up the ranks. Once Matt Kemp was packaged to the San Diego Padres, a starting job in the Majors was up for Pederson to grab. The rookie center fielder started the 2015 season strong, hitting six home runs in his first cal ...

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Dodgers Recall Zach Lee As 26th Man In Partial Doubleheader

The Los Angeles Dodgers had an interesting Friday night, having their game delayed two times due to malfunctioning lights and then finally suspended after five complete innings. Before their Saturday matchup with the Washington Nationals, the Dodgers and Nationals had to finish the final four innings of their game. The Dodgers started down 3-2 before Adrian Gonzalez tied the game with a home run in the sixt ...

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Dodgers News: Mike Bolsinger Lobbied To Remain In Game Following Delay

Originally scheduled to start Saturday's game against the Washington Nationals, Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Mike Bolsinger instead found himself on the mound at Nationals Park on Friday for the first of the Dodgers' 10-game road trip. With Bolsinger being bumped up to Friday, it provided an extra day of rest for Clayton Kershaw, who threw 22 pitches in the All-Star Game on Tuesday. While Bolsinger was ...

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SportsNet LA Enjoying Record Ratings Following Charter Distribution

The Los Angeles Dodgers open the second half of the 2015 season Friday sitting atop the National League West division standings and riding some momentum, winners in four of the last five games. As for off-field matters, Time Warner Cable's SportsNet LA is also looking to build on their own respective upswing. According to communications manager for Time Warner Sports Nadia Gonzalez, the Dodgers' exclusive n ...

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Dodgers News: Kyle Funkhouser Announces Return To Louisville

Heading into Friday the Los Angeles Dodgers had some work to do as Walker Buehler, Kyle Funkhouser and Edwin Rios, among others, remained unsigned 2015 draft selections. On top of looking to sign the trio of drafted players, the Dodgers also need to work a balancing act of sorts so as not to surpass their bonus pool cap by more than five percent. If the Dodgers are to pass the threshold, they would incur a ...

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Dodgers News: Mattingly Hesitates To Compare Olivera And Puig

With the influx of Cuban talent throughout their organization, Hector Olivera figures to be the next Cuban native that will make an impact with the Los Angeles Dodgers. After officially signing a six-year, $62.5 million contract with the Dodgers, the 30-year-old infielder was sent to Camelback Ranch for a period of training. Olivera went on to play six games with Double-A Tulsa before moving on to Triple-A ...

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