The Los Angeles Dodgers had a busy week as they played seven games on the road and finished 4-3. The week began with three games in Coors Field in a series that saw the Dodgers drop two to the Colorado Rockies.

A trip to Wrigley Field was next for the Dodgers for a four game set with the Chicago Cubs. While picking up three wins in Chicago, the Dodgers were able to stretch their lead over the San Francisco Giants to 4.5 games.

Because of failed negotiations between Time Warner and other cable companies, many games have gone unseen by the Dodgers fanbase. Luckily for them, SportsNet LA announced the final six games will be broadcast on KDOC, which is available to all cable providers in Southern California.

Here are the biggest stories from the past week:

Instructors Revealed For Dodgertown Adult Baseball Camp

Brian Wilson Says He’s Healthy, Doesn’t See Issue With Velocity

Kershaw And Kemp Seeking More Than Postseason Berth

Barney Revels Playing With The Dodgers

Ryu Possibly Out For Regular Season

Mattingly Not Concerned As Season Winds Down

Don Mattingly Discusses Hanley Ramirez’s Tough Season

A.J. Ellis Discusses Kershaw, Giants And Bubble Machine

A.J. Ellis Says Dodgers Are On Same Page When It Matters

Dodgers Purchase Triple-A Oklahoma City RedHawks

Dodgers Extend Agreements With Minor League Affiliates

Jake Peavy Thinking About Dee Gordon, Dodgers

Haren Feeling Pressure With Postseason Looming

Dodgers Select Contract Of Left-Hander Daniel Coulombe

Matt Kemp Says Dodgers Need To Continue To Grind It Out

Dodgers, Mattingly Mum On Altercation Between Kemp And Puig

Clayton Kershaw Named National League Player Of The Week

SportsNet LA To Broadcast Dodgers Games On KDOC

Don Mattingly Praises Clayton Kershaw’s Drive

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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