The Los Angeles Dodgers went 3-4 over the last week while facing the Atlanta Braves and Milwaukee Brewers. The team’s nine-game road trip came to end with the Dodgers taking three of four games in Atlanta. Unfortunately, a return home resulted in the Brewers completing a three-game sweep of the Boys in Blue.

To make matters worse for the Dodgers, Hyun-Jin Ryu and Juan Uribe saw themselves fall to the injury bug once again and as a result, were both placed on the disabled list. With six weeks remaining in the regular season, the timing is inconvenient, but manager Don Mattingly remains optimistic and comfortable with the rest of the lineup.

Here are the biggest stories from the week:

Colletti Doesn’t Rule Out Adding Reliever

Hanley Ramirez Contract Talks Will Be Held After Season

Ramirez Likely To Return When Eligible

Dodgers Plan To Promote Pederson, Guerrero When Rosters Expand

Uribe Placed On DL, Triunfel Recalled

Mattingly Regrets Decision, Wright Accepts Blame

Mattingly Confident In Patchwork Rotation

Hyun-Jin Ryu Placed On DL, Pedro Baez Recalled

Team Acquires Justin Germano From Rangers

Mattingly Doesn’t Favor Six-Man Rotation

Mattingly Aiming To Keep Gordon Healthy

Stephen Fife To Undergo Tommy John Surgery

Dodgers Release Infielder/Outfielder Chone Figgins

Don Mattingly Sees Opportunity For A.J. Ellis

Mattingly Comfortable With Rojas At Shortstop

Darwin Barney Happy To Play For Contender

Don Mattingly Believes In Carl Crawford

FanGraphs: Dodgers Bench Has Highest WAR In Baseball

Kevin Correia Activated; Pedro Baez Optioned

Ellis Credits Kershaw For Hanging Tough
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Russell Valenzuela graduated from UC Irvine and previously wrote for Dodgers Nation. As a Dodger fan since childhood, he follows and tracks statistics for a variety of sports.

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