The Los Angeles Dodgers went 4-2 over the last week, winning two out of three against both the San Diego Padres and the New York Mets. While matching up with the Padres, the Dodgers lost the middle game of the series. When the Mets came to Dodger Stadium, the team entered Sunday looking for the sweep, but was soundly defeated.

Meanwhile, injury worries threatened the Dodgers once again. Already having Hanley Ramirez, Juan Uribe and Hyun-Jin Ryu ailing, concern over Zack Greinke’s elbow forced his scheduled start to move from Thursday to Saturday. After pitching Saturday, Greinke said he didn’t think his elbow wouldn’t be a problem moving forward.

Ramirez returned to the lineup Sunday and the Dodgers could be expecting some of their injured players back in the near future.

Here are the biggest stories of the week:

Joc Pederson To Be Brought Along Slowly

Hanley Ramirez Reinstated From Disabled List

Don Mattingly Praises Gonzalez’s Consistency

Greinke Doesn’t Expect Elbow Will Be An Issue

Mattingly Focused On Winning, Not Offense

Dan Haren Isn’t Concerned About Vesting Option

Andre Ethier Unsure Of Role With Team

Mattingly, Turner Marvel At Kershaw’s Season

Perez, Rodriguez May Return In September

Rumors: Oklahoma City To Become New Triple-A Affiliate

Ryu Not Expected To Pitch Rehab Games

Yasiel Puig To Join MLB All-Stars In Japan

Greinke’s Start Pushed Back To Saturday

Hyun-Jin Ryu Plays Catch; Feels Better

Zack Greinke Dealing With Something ‘Medically’ In Elbow

Erisbel Arruebarrena Recalled From Minors

Ned Colletti Discusses Improving Team

Crawford, Van Slyke Support Kershaw’s MVP Bid

Ethier Was Nervous Playing First Base

Beckett Attempting To Hold Off On Surgery
Vin Scully Honored At The Harold And Carole Pump Foundation Gala

About The Author

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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