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Dodgers News: Mattingly Critical Of Offensive Approach

During their 10-game road trip, the Los Angeles Dodgers saw a surge in their bats and offensive numbers. In six of their last 10 games, the Dodgers scored at least seven runs and received contributions throughout the batting order. Their two previous series came against teams that are not in the playoff chase and hitter-friendly ballparks, which played a role in the Dodgers' sudden outburst. In the series o ...

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Dodgers News: Mattingly Discusses Bullpen Struggles

Heading into their series with the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Dodgers were well aware of the stakes at hand. Monday's loss in extra innings once again put a microscope on an issue that's plagued the team throughout the year. At the beginning of the season, multiple big names were re-singed or acquired and placed in a bullpen that features Kenley Jansen as the undisputed closer. After a strong 201 ...

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Dodgers News: Ethier Not Pleased With Outfield Picture

As the Los Angeles Dodgers have made their final push into the postseason, it's come with a more consistent lineup from manager Don Mattingly. Some of the ability to send the same lineup out on a daily basis is tied to the Dodgers generally having good health. That's particularly been true for the outfield, where Carl Crawford, Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig emerged as Mattingly's preferred alignment. With that, ...

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Dodgers News: Mattingly Says Dealing With Team Is Tedious

Los Angeles Dodger manager has had a long season dealing with injuries, an overcrowded outfield, a struggling bullpen and a wide variety of egos. With five capable outfielders and a top prospect, Mattingly has had to mix and match lineups, trying to appease each of his players. Once the season wore on, Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp and Carl Crawford assumed the starting outfield roles, leaving Andre Ethier and Sco ...

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Dodgers News: Haren Admits 2015 Option Has Been On His Mind

With the Los Angeles Dodgers starting rotation in a state of flux, manager Don Mattingly made the decision to send Dan Haren to the hill Monday in the series opener against the San Francisco Giants, as opposed to Sunday. Haren entered the start looking to get the Dodgers closer to clinching the division and also reach a personal benchmark. The veteran right-hander needed just six innings to reach 180 on the ...

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Dodgers News: Honeycutt Wants Wilson To Step Forward

With the regular season in its final week, the Los Angeles Dodgers are working to clinch the National League West title while also getting a final look at players who may be on the border of making the postseason roster. The group that's most notably been adjusted and largely unsettled for much of the season is the bullpen. Chief among them is Brian Wilson -- last season's setup man extraordinaire -- and th ...

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Dodgers News And Rumors: Kemp Wants Best Record In NL

The Los Angeles Dodgers began their three-game series against the San Francisco Giants with their magic number at three in order to clinch the National League West title. The Dodgers have already clinched a spot in the postseason, but still have plenty to play for, which Matt Kemp placed an importance on. While much of the talk has been centered on the Dodgers repeating as division champions, Matt Kemp said ...

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Dodgers Vs. Giants Recap: Correia Lets Game Slip Away In 13th

PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants began their three-game set Monday with National League West implications at play. Dan Haren took the mound on an extra day of rest, though it didn't prove to be any benefit early as Gregor Blanco hit a leadoff home run in the first inning. The Dodger right-hander retired the next two batters, then hit Pablo Sandoval with a pitch before getting ou ...

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Dodgers Vs. Giants Preview: Division Rivals Meet Again

After winning three out of four games on the road against the Chicago Cubs, the Los Angeles Dodgers now begin a three-game series at home against the San Francisco Giants. The Dodgers send Dan Haren to the mound, who is starting on an extra day of rest. This season, Haren is 13-11 with a 4.14 ERA. This will be the first time the right-hander has faced the Giants this season, though Haren is 6-6 with a 3.05 ...

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Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw Wins Roy Campanella Award

Taking a look in the Los Angeles Dodgers dugout, you can see which players are the most excited when the team is doing well. One of the usual suspects for best cheerleader on the team is left-handed ace Clayton Kershaw, who can be seen cheering and jumping in excitement in key moments. Not only does Kershaw dominate on the field, but he exemplifies a great teammate off the field. For the second straight yea ...

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