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    Recap: A’s Add To Dodgers’ Frustration By Completing Sweep

    PAGES: 1 | 2 After playing 10 innings Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland Athletics were back on the field some 14 hours to play the finale in their quick two-game Interleague Series at O.co Coliseum. Jesse Chavez set the Dodgers down in order in the first inning, which included striking out Carl […] More

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    Brett Anderson Starts As Dodgers Look For Consecutive Wins Over Reds

    After splitting the first two of their four-game series, the Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers are back in action under the sweltering sun at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers, 5-5 in their last 10 games, received strong pitching Friday from their staff and timely hitting by Adrian Gonzalez and Justin Turner to bounce back from […] More

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    Dodgers News: Jim Johnson Getting Accustomed To New Surroundings

    Jim Johnson has largely been feast or famine throughout his 10-year career. He has had seasons where he finishes with an ERA above 7.00 and others in which he saved over 50 games. Unfortunately for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Johnson thus far has primarily been the reliever who struggles. In just 5.1 innings, the former […] More

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    Dodgers News: Adrian Gonzalez Excited To Have Justin Turner Back In Lineup

    The Los Angeles Dodgers received a boost Thursday night when Justin Turner was activated off the 15-day disabled list. He’d been sidelined with a MRSA infection after scratching at an ingrown hair on his leg that then became infected. Turner appeared off the bench his first night back, but was in the starting lineup Friday […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kiké Hernandez Growing More Comfortable With Role

    In the trade that sent Dee Gordon, Dan Haren and Miguel Rojas to the Miami Marlins, the Los Angeles Dodgers received still unproven talent. Of Austin Barnes, Chris Hatcher, Andrew Heaney and Kiké Hernandez, three had less than 100 games in the Majors under their belt and two had yet to make their MLB debut […] More

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    Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Focused On Moving Beyond Subpar Pitching

    It is no secret the Los Angeles Dodgers’ starting pitching has been subpar as of late, save Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw. The bullpen ERA has skyrocketed since the All-Star break and the newly acquired pitchers have not performed as well as the front office expected them to. Mat Latos struggled through another start Thursday […] More

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    Clayton Kershaw Honored To Join Dodger Legends With Milestone

    Clayton Kershaw reached a milestone in his last start at Dodger Stadium. He started the game at 197 strikeouts and quickly struck out the side in the top of the second inning – all on curveballs – to earn his 200th strikeout on the season. While these numbers seem to be expected of the ace […] More

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    Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw Focused On Consistency On Mound

    Sometimes referred to as the “Best Pitcher on the Planet,” Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has certainly lived up to his name. After just two years in the minors, he was called up in 2008 and has had a spot in the Los Angeles Dodgers rotation ever since. Over his eight years in the […] More

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    Preview: Clayton Kershaw In Position To Make History Against Nationals

    The Los Angeles Dodgers were part of history Tuesday night as all 15 MLB games played were won by the home team. Now the Dodgers are in position to take not only the three-game set, but also the season series from the Washington Nationals. Clayton Kershaw takes the mound for the after losing his scoreless […] More

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    Dodgers News: Joel Peralta’s Neck Injury Affected Command Of Pitches

    When the Los Angeles Dodgers acquired Joel Peralta from the Tampa Bay Rays they lost a young right-hander in Jose Dominiguez, but figured to gain one with experience. Peralta suffered a neck injury which radiated down into his arm in May of this season, which threatened his future in baseball. It was serious enough for […] More

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    Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Vocies Support Of Chris Hatcher

    After several offseason moves, the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen was expected to be one of the team’s strong suits. However, due to various issues, that hasn’t necessarily been the case as the season wears on. The Dodgers’ bullpen currently owns a 4.12 ERA, which is worst in the Majors. The lack of sustained success can […] More

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