The Los Angeles Dodgers put together another impressive week, going 5-2. After a series with the San Diego Padres, the Dodgers traveled to Kansas City for an Interleague matchup with the Royals, where the Dodgers won the final two games after dropping the first.

Finally, the St. Louis Cardinals came to Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers took two of the first three games as the series concludes Sunday.

Matt Kemp continued to regain his form during the week. On Wednesday against the Royals, Kemp hit a solo run to tie a game the Dodgers would go on to win, 5-4. The next night, Kemp threw out Allen Craig at the plate, keeping the Cardinals scoreless as the Dodgers eventually won, 1-0.

Here are the biggest stories of the week:

Hanley Ramirez And Justin Turner Removed From Game

Alex Guerrero Running At Camelback Ranch

Colletti Wants To Shore Up Bullpen Before Trade Deadline

Crawford Resumes Recovery From Sprained Ankle

Andre Ethier Rests With ‘Various Bumps And Bruises’

Chad Billingsley Has Surgery To Repair Tendon In Elbow

Stan Kasten ‘Disappointed’ With SportsNet LA Blackout

Judge Denies Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit Against Puig

A.J. Ellis, Don Mattingly Discuss Team, Trade Deadline

Ex-Owner McCourt Says He Brought Value To Franchise

Clayton Kershaw Among Candidates For ESPN ESPY Award

Clint Robinson Promoted To Dodgers, Romak Designated For Assignment

Puig Says He Would Accept Home Run Derby Invitation

Seager And Urias Named To 2014 Futures Game

Puig Leads All Outfielders In NL All-Star Voting Ballot

Mattingly Says He’ll Continue To Sit Ramirez Late

J.P. Howell Believes Bullpen Is Rounding Into Form

Van Slyke Isn’t Concerned Over His Place In Outfield

Vin Scully Discusses No-Hitters And Future Plans
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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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