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Back Injury A Factor In Clayton Kershaw Potentially Starting On Short Rest In NLDS

The Los Angeles Dodgers are heading into the postseason with 75 percent of their starting rotation in place. Manager...
Via Dodger Blue
6 hours ago

Dave Roberts Anticipates Julio Urias Being Part Of NLDS Roster

Julio Urias starts Thursday night for the first time since Sept. 2 when he faced the same San Diego Padres, though at...
Via Dodger Blue
6 hours ago

Stan Kasten Intends To Keep Vin Scully Involved With Organization

With his career at Dodger Stadium behind him, Vin Scully's time in the broadcast booth is down its final three games...
Via Dodger Blue
6 hours ago

Dodgers lock in 25-homer quartet in loss to Padres

Jose De León got overwhelmed by the Hunter Renfroe Express, but Ross Stripling continued to look like a postseason pitcher, even though Stripling was charged with the Dodgers’ 6-5 loss to San Diego. Renfroe had a two-run single and a two-run homer, knocking out De León after 2 1/3 innings — and giving Renfroe 11 […]
Via Dodgers Insider
8 hours ago

Padres 6, Dodgers 5: Bleh

After winning five games in a row, a run that ended with the clinch of the NL West, the Dodgers have now lost two games on the road to the Padres. Of course they did. 6-5 was the score of today’s game, as neither team scored after the fourth. —– If Jose De Leon was auditioning for his playoff roster spot, then he failed to get the part. JDL labored through 69 pitches in just...
Via Dodgers Digest
8 hours ago

Los Angeles Dodgers announce starting rotation for NLDS

The Los Angeles Dodgers have clinched their fourth straight NL West division championship and are going to face the Washington Nationals during the NLDS. At the moment the Nationals hold a game and a half lead to decide who earns home field advantage during this best of five series. The Dodgers won their season matchup over the Nationals five games to one and hold the tiebreaker...
Via isportsweb.com
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Whicker: Dodgers' Charlie Culberson believes 'good things happen for a reason'

SAN DIEGO – Since he hit that home run Sunday, he says he has watched it a few times. “That might be an understatement, actually,” Charlie Culberson said. He remembers the part about the Dodger Stadium shadows, the fastballs from Boone Logan...
Via The OC Register
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

3 reasons Dodgers can win World Series

What better way for the Dodgers to mark Vin Scully's final season than to finally win another World Series?
Via Dodgers.com
10 hours ago

Ryu has elbow surgery, should be ready for 2017

Hyun-Jin Ryu underwent an arthroscopic left elbow debridement in Los Angeles on Wednesday, performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache, and is expected to be ready for the 2017 season. Ryu, who missed the entire 2015 season due to labral repair surgery on his left shoulder, appeared in one game in 2016. He started and went 4 […]
Via Dodgers Insider
11 hours ago

Corey Seager’s durability stands out in 2016

Dodgers at Padres, 7:10 p.m. Chase Utley, 2B Howie Kendrick, 3B Corey Seager, SS Adrián González, 1B Yasmani Grandal, C Josh Reddick, RF Andrew Toles, LF Joc Pederson, CF Jose De León, P Corey Seager, who in the starting lineup tonight for the 146th time in 158 games this season, has played […]
Via Dodgers Insider
13 hours ago

Dodgers release right-hander Norris

The Dodgers released pitcher Bud Norris on Wednesday.
Via Dodgers.com
15 hours ago

Dodgers should rest regulars this week ahead of playoffs

The Dodgers and Dave Roberts have to decide how to approach this week in terms of playing time for the regulars. If last night is any indication, some players could get rest this week as they head into the playoffs. After the loss last night, the Dodgers fell two games behind the Nationals for home-field advantage in the National League Division Series. I wrote about the Nationals’...
Via Dodgers Digest
20 hours ago

Padres 7, Dodgers 1: Party Must’ve Been Great With This Hangover

A game after the Dodgers celebrated the NL West title, they came back and got clowned on by some dude named Paul Clemens and the Padres bullpen in a 7-1 loss. Oh well? Um … Hunter Renfroe hit a three-run homer off Kenta Maeda in the first inning and that was about game. Kenta Maeda was on a pitch count and only threw 60 pitches over four inning of work. Maeda gave up that...
Via Dodgers Digest
1 day ago

Scully's last game to be aired in full on LA stations

LOS ANGELES (AP) Vin Scully's final game in the Dodgers broadcast booth will be simulcast in its entirety Sunday on the team's cable channel and on Los Angeles TV and radio stations. Scully will end his 67-year career calling the Dodgers' three-game series at San Francisco to conclude the regular season. The team said Monday the series' last game will be aired on SportsNet LA,...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

A fond farewell to Vin Scully

Oh no, not again. Anyone with grandparents knows the familiar situation where the generation gap becomes a little too wide, and the senior member of the conversation brings up those four words that usually result in a heavy eye roll. “Back in my day.” Yes, there is something to be learned about the past, and how we as humanity have gotten to where we have. But after about...
Via Yardbarker
2 days ago  |  Discuss

15 greatest calls of Vin Scully's career

Vin Scully’s legendary career is coming to a heartbreaking end. The heartbreak isn’t from the end itself, but from the loss what will not come in the future. For 66 years, Scully’s silky delivery and almanac-like knowledge has been the voice of baseball for generations of the games fans. He has been there for some of the leagues greatest moments from walk-off shots to perfect...
Via Yardbarker
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers tip cap to Vin Scully after his last call

The baseball gods proved on Sunday that they do exist. In what was Vin Scully’s final game calling Dodgers games before he retires, the Dodgers rallied with a tying home run in the ninth, and then capped it all off with a walk-off home run to win it in the 10th. Charlie Culberson smacked his first home run of the season at the right time as his walk-off shot gave the Dodgers...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rich Hill pushed back in Dodgers rotation; Brandon McCarthy to start Sunday

LOS ANGELES – This is what it looks like when a team takes its foot off the gas. The Dodgers will not start left-hander Rich Hill as scheduled in Sunday’s final regular-season home game. Instead, right-hander Brandon McCarthy will make his first...
Via The OC Register
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers scratch Rich Hill from next start due to blister

LOS ANGELES (AP) The Dodgers have scratched Rich Hill from his scheduled start Sunday in the series finale against Colorado because of a blister that forced him to miss a month earlier in the season. The blister also caused Hill to leave a perfect game after seven innings on Sept. 11. Brandon McCarthy will return from a month-long stint on the disabled list with right hip stiffness...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers honored Vin Scully tonight, and he wrote a letter to fans

This is really cool, and there’s a chance it’s going to get a bit dusty. The Dodgers are honoring Vin Scully before the game tonight, the first of his final series of calling games at Dodger Stadium. He walked on to a massive ovation: Vin Scully walking onto the field to a standing ovation that lasted more than two minutes. pic.twitter.com/QaWbb25Q8I — Jesse Dougherty...
Via Awful Announcing
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Yasiel Puig wants to play winter ball in Dominican Republic

Yasiel Puig is aiming to prove that he can still be a valuable asset on a major league roster, and he is hoping to better his game by playing winter ball during the offseason. As J.P. Hoornstra of the Orange County Register noted on Thursday, Puig wants to play in the Dominican Republic this winter. The 25-year-old has not played winter ball since 2012, when he appeared in 20 Puerto...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

A statistical trip thru Vin Scully’s extraordinary career

In 1950, the Brooklyn Dodgers finished 2 games out of first place in the National League, behind a .400-OBP, 7-WAR season from Jackie Robinson, three players cracking 30 Home Runs (Roy Campanella, Gil Hodges, and Duke Snider), and plenty of pitching from workhorses Don Newcombe and Preacher Roe. Looking on from the broadcast booth was a 22-year-old who had been hired by Red Barber...
Via Yardbarker
6 days ago  |  Discuss
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