The Los Angeles Dodgers went 4-3 during the last week. During the highly anticipated Freeway Series, the Dodgers won three straight games after losing the opening one at Dodger Stadium. After the team swept the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, the Milwaukee Brewers took two out of three against the Dodgers.

During the second half of the season, the Dodgers find themselves in the middle of a playoff race with the San Francisco Giants. As long as the Dodgers continue to win, the team should remain atop the NL West standings.

Whenever there is a big play, the players in the dugout celebrate with a bubble machine which has allegedly caught the eye of MLB offices. Without much clarification, the Dodgers have continued to throw bubble parties during their recent run.

Here is more information as well as the other big stories from the week:

Mattingly Wants Ethier To Get Reps At First Base

Kevin Correia Expected To Start Monday Vs. Braves

Hanley Ramirez To DL, Darwin Barney Recalled

Dodgers Acquire Kevin Correia From Minnesota Twins

Mattingly Not A Fan Of Bubbles, Says They Will Stay

Hanley Ramirez To Undergo MRI, Talks Injury

Bruce Billings Signed To Minor League Deal

Colletti Says He Is Looking For More Pitching

Ryu Praises Miguel Rojas For Defensive Play

DH Role Is Better Fit For Dodgers This Season

Roberto Hernandez Acquired From Phillies

Players Defend Use Of Bubble Machine

Chone Figgins Designated For Assignment

Andre Ethier Accepting Role Off The Bench

Kershaw Dismisses Matchup With Trout

Paco Rodriguez Placed On Disabled List

Hanley Ramirez Claimed Off Waivers

Los Angeles Dodgers Third-Most Hated Team In MLB

Kershaw Named July NL Pitcher Of The Month

Matt Kemp Awarded NL Player Of The Week

Matt Kemp’s Stance Change Led To Power Surge

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Dodgers Nation Interview: Dee Gordon Discusses The Dodgers Bubble Machine


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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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