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9/12/2014 | Hudson can draw SF into first-place tie with Dodgers

Tim Hudson takes the hill Saturday with the Giants on the verge of a share of the division lead, while the Dodgers' Zack Greinke's aim is double L.A.'s advantage in the NL West.

9/12/2014 | Ryu exits after first with left shoulder irritation

Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu left Friday night's series opener against the Giants after one inning because of left shoulder irritation he said was "very similar" to an injury that put him on the disabled list in May.

9/12/2014 | Puig bats leadoff, while Turner gets call over Gordon

When the Dodgers hit AT&T Park for early batting practice Friday, Yasiel Puig was one of the first in the cage. Puig almost never takes early batting practice on the field.

9/12/2014 | Dodgers begin 2015 season ticket sales

The Dodgers launched the sale of season tickets for the 2015 season on Friday.

9/12/2014 | Dodgers add Elbert to bullpen mix

Scott Elbert, taken off the roster in late July because his rehab from arm injuries had stalled, was added to the Dodgers' bullpen for Friday night's game against the Giants.

9/11/2014 | Dodgers, Giants renewing rivalry with high stakes

It's the Dodgers and Giants down the stretch with a National League West title at stake, and don't take it for granted, because it doesn't happen often.

9/11/2014 | Dodgers-Giants rivalry matches up with any

While the Yankees and Red Sox have come to represent baseball rivalries at their most intense, the Dodgers and Giants also go way back -- to their origins in Brooklyn and upper Manhattan, connected by the New York subway system.

9/11/2014 | Dodgers, Giants set for crucial NL West showdown

A late-season matchup between two of the Majors' biggest rivals with the National League West lead on the line? Regular-season baseball doesn't get any better than this weekend's series between the Dodgers and Giants at AT&T Park.

9/11/2014 | Crawford backs Haren as Dodgers shut out Padres

Dan Haren struck out five over seven innings to lead a combined four-hit shutout and Carl Crawford had four hits, including three doubles, as the Dodgers beat the Padres, 4-0, on Wednesday night, reducing their magic number to win the National League West to 15.

9/10/2014 | Mattingly wins two challenges, Black wins one

The Dodgers won two manager's challenges during Wednesday night's game against the Padres, with catcher A.J. Ellis credited with throwing out two attempted basestealers as a result.

9/10/2014 | Rodriguez closer to returning to Dodgers' bullpen

Out since Aug. 4 with a strained teres major muscle near his left shoulder, Paco Rodriguez threw a bullpen session on Wednesday. If he comes out of it healthy enough to throw a simulated game this weekend, he could play a bullpen role for the Dodgers this month and next.

9/10/2014 | Mattingly puts struggling Puig in leadoff spot

After trying several techniques from his managerial bag of tricks to get the most out of a struggling Yasiel Puig, including benching and dropping him in the batting order, Don Mattingly had Puig batting leadoff for the Dodgers on Wednesday with a simple explanation.

9/10/2014 | Giants go for sweep before clash with Dodgers

The biggest series of the year for the Giants awaits this weekend, but first there's a series finale with the D-backs to be played Thursday. The Giants will send Jake Peavy to the mound as they go for the three-game sweep. He'll be opposed by righty Randall Delgado, who returned to the D-backs' rotation Sept. 4 vs. the Padres.

9/10/2014 | Unlocking Puig's power key for Dodgers

Yasiel Puig is the Dodgers' biggest X-factor and their most fascinating figure as they try to live up to the World Series expectations that accompany their Major League-leading payroll.

9/10/2014 | Haren looks to protect Dodgers' NL West lead

The biggest series of the season awaits the Dodgers this weekend in the Bay Area against the rival Giants. But if they don't take care of business against the Padres on Wednesday, their advantage in the National League West could narrow before they get to the shores of McCovey Cove.

9/10/2014 | Hernandez's struggles trim game off Dodgers' lead

Shortstop Hanley Ramirez committed a pair of errors that led to three unearned runs for Roberto Hernandez in the second inning, and the Dodgers lost to the Padres, 6-3, their four-game win streak snapped and their lead over the Giants in the NL West cut to 2 1/2 games.

9/9/2014 | Kershaw has Mattingly sold on pitcher as MVP

Don Mattingly concedes he's flip-flopped on whether pitchers are deserving of MVP consideration. He didn't believe they were when he was winning the MVP in 1985 or when he finished second to Roger Clemens in '86, but watching the greatness of Clayton Kershaw as a manager has changed his tune.

9/9/2014 | Mattingly hopes struggling Puig is turning corner

Struggling Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig went 1-for-4 with an RBI and walk on Monday night, which was enough improvement for manager Don Mattingly to return Puig to the lineup Tuesday night for the National League West leaders' second game of their series against the Padres.

9/9/2014 | Dodgers can laugh at error-filled play

Manager Don Mattingly referred to it as "The Play," and when it was cued up to hit the clubhouse monitors Monday night, one Dodger started humming the Circus Clown theme song. There they are, in first place and cruising to a 9-4 win over the Padres, when the Dodgers turned a pop flyout into a three-error comedy as two unearned runs scored.

9/8/2014 | Kershaw gets 18th win as Dodgers pad lead

Clayton Kershaw became the Major Leagues' first 18-game winner this season by beating the Padres, 9-4, on Monday, extending the Dodgers' win streak to four and their lead in the National League West to 3 1/2 games over idle San Francisco.

9/8/2014 | Dodgers look to keep pushing vs. Padres

When Los Angeles hosts San Diego at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday, it'll be a matchup of two teams with different goals but two teams with still something to play for. The Padres will look to 27-year-old right-hander Andrew Cashner to snap their six-game losing streak, while Roberto Hernandez will make his sixth start as a Dodger.

9/8/2014 | A left-handed compliment for Kershaw

There is no better expert on pitching than Padres manager Bud Black, who says there is no better pitcher than the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw.

9/8/2014 | Frias, Baez could be key cogs in Dodgers' bullpen

The Dodgers came into the season with a bullpen full of former closers and $35 million worth of salary, but rookies Carlos Frias and Pedro Baez have elbowed their way into important innings, as well as the postseason picture.

9/8/2014 | Dodgers set to open, close '15 at home vs. Padres

The Dodgers will open and close the 2015 regular season at home against the Padres, based on the schedule released on Monday by MLB.

9/7/2014 | Adrian homers twice as Dodgers sweep D-backs

For five innings Sunday, D-backs righty Trevor Cahill silenced the Dodgers. Then Adrian Gonzalez triggered a late-game party at a raucous Dodger Stadium with two three-run homers in a 7-2 win.

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