The Los Angeles Dodgers spent the last week going up against National League West foes and went 3-2 in the process. A quick two-game set in Arizona went the Dodgers’ way as they came away with a sweep. However, after traveling to San Diego, the Dodgers dropped two in a row in extra innings before coming up victorious Sunday.

With one more month remaining in regular season, the Dodgers have plenty of work ahead if they wish to clinch the division for a second consecutive year. The Dodgers saw the returns of Hyun-Jin Ryu and Juan Uribe, who were both activated from the disabled list Sunday.

Both players had an immediate impact as Ryu allowed just one run in seven innings and Uribe went 2-for-5 with two RBIs.

Here are the biggest stories from the last week:

Ryu And Uribe Reinstated From Disabled List

Kemp Passes On Opportunity To Lash Out At Critics

Mattingly Focused On Health, Pennant Race

Don Mattingly Says It Would Be ‘Unfair’ To Call Up Julio Urias

Wallach Saw Strength In Numbers For Shift

Turner Looking Forward To September Baseball

Dodgers Focused On Clinching NL West, Not Lead In Standings

Mattingly Says Team May Have Considered Demoting Puig

Julio Urias Draws Comparison To Clayton Kershaw

Joc Pederson Named Pacific Coast League’s Most Valuable Player

Kershaw Calls Latest Outing A ‘Bad Start’

Umpires ‘Irritated’ By Mattingly’s Replay Request

Van Slyke Sprains Ankle, Removed From Game

Dodgers Pool Celebration T-Shirt Causes Stir At Chase Field

Mattingly Says Replay Will Keep Getting Better

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Writes To FCC Regarding SportsNet LA Dispute

Brian Wilson Believes He’s Been Effective

Don Mattingly Using Bullpen As He Sees Fit

Correia Disappointed By Poor Performance

Joc Pederson Named To All-PCL Team

Mattingly Disappointed By Puig’s Baserunning Mistake
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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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