7/8/2014 | Dodgers' All-Star teacher finalist announced
Isagani Celzo, a math instructor at the School of Social Justice in Huntington Park, has been selected by fans to represent the Dodgers in the "Target Presents PEOPLE All-Star Teachers" campaign.
7/8/2014 | Puig set to showcase power in Home Run Derby
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig said he will participate for the National League in the Gillette Home Run Derby.
7/8/2014 | Crawford could return to Dodgers this week
After completing his rehab assignment on Tuesday, Carl Crawford will fly to Los Angeles on Wednesday and could be activated as soon as Thursday.
7/8/2014 | Greinke, Scherzer to duel in heavyweight matchup
A pair of Cy Young Award winners will square off on Wednesday at Comerica Park, as Zack Greinke and the Dodgers meet Max Scherzer and the Tigers.
7/8/2014 | Hip injury forces Beckett to disabled list
The Dodgers placed starting pitcher Josh Beckett on the 15-day disabled list with a left hip impingement on Tuesday and recalled right-handed reliever Pedro Baez from Triple-A Albuquerque.
7/8/2014 | Bryant, Betts highlight First-Half All-Prospect team
MLBPipeline.com has put together a First-Half All-Prospect team, featuring the prospects who performed the best during the first few months of the 2014 season. The list includes Cubs 2013 first-round Draft pick Kris Bryant and a trio of Red Sox, led by Mookie Betts.
7/7/2014 | Fans encouraged to use Rally Bus to travel to games
The Dodgers are encouraging fans attending home games to utilize Rally Bus for transportation to and from Dodger Stadium. Through its website, MajorLeagueBus.com, Rally Bus sells individual seats on luxury charter buses from 20 cities surrounding Los Angeles. Fan pick-up points are customized by demand.
7/7/2014 | Kershaw, Greinke stamping place in history
With each passing day, Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke provide further evidence of their status as one of the great left/right starting-pitcher combinations of all time.
7/6/2014 | Kershaw, Puig, Greinke, Dee named All-Stars
Led by defending National League Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw and starting outfielder Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers had four players named to the NL All-Star team on Sunday.
7/6/2014 | Dodgers cruise behind Beckett's short outing
Josh Beckett battled through five innings and Matt Kemp broke out of his slump with four hits, leading the Dodgers to an 8-2 win over the Rockies on Sunday afternoon at Coors Field. Beckett was removed as a precaution after tweaking his bothersome left hip running the bases in the fifth inning.
7/6/2014 | Beckett, Rojas exit with injuries in sixth inning
Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett and shortstop Miguel Rojas left Sunday's game in the sixth inning with injuries. Beckett said he "tweaked" an already troublesome left hip while running the bases, and Rojas exited with a right forearm contusion after being hit by a pitch.
7/6/2014 | All-Stars unveiled, including 25 first-timers
The AL and NL rosters for the July 15 Midsummer Classic were unveiled Sunday night, featuring 26 first-time All-Stars. Balloting for the final spot on both rosters -- the Final Vote -- has begun.
7/6/2014 | Overturned call adds run for Dodgers
With the bases loaded and one out, Juan Uribe hit a slow roller to Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado, who made a barehanded pickup and threw home to catcher Wilin Rosario, who swipe-tagged Adrian Gonzalez as he slid into the plate.
7/6/2014 | Dodgers place Arruebarrena on DL, promote Triunfel
The Dodgers on Sunday placed infielder Erisbel Arruebarrena on the 15-day DL with aaright hip flexor strain and promoted Carlos Triunfel from Triple-A.
7/5/2014 | Puig recovers on the fly to turn stellar double play
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig made another one of his amazing highlight-reel plays Saturday, changing direction on a deep fly ball and firing a strike to the cutoff man for a nifty double play.
7/5/2014 | Dodgers' late charge comes up one run short
A Coors Field rally fell short on Saturday for the Dodgers, who lost to the Rockies, 8-7. Dodgers starter Dan Haren struck out a season-high eight in 5 1/3 innings, but he was also charged with a season-high eight runs on 10 hits.
7/5/2014 | Beckett looks to battle past Rockies in series finale
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has called every five days a "battle" for Josh Beckett. The 34-year-old right-hander has dealt with soreness -- particularly in his left hip -- in between starts. Beckett is scheduled to start Sunday against left-hander Yohan Flande of the Rockies, who will be looking to split the four-game series at Coors Field.
7/5/2014 | Van Slyke out, Ethier in against lefty De La Rosa
Scott Van Slyke homered against a right-hander Friday night and wasn't in the Dodgers' lineup Saturday against a left-hander. "Being 0-for-12 against [Colorado starter Jorge De La Rosa] doesn't help his case," manager Don Mattingly said. "I know he'll play [Sunday against lefty Yohan Flande]. If he plays today, that's four in a row and I don't want to break him down."
7/5/2014 | Elbert shut down; Crawford starts rehab at Triple-A
Dodgers left-hander Scott Elbert is battling a sore toe and will be shut down for a week because the club didn't want him to alter his mechanics trying to pitch through it. Meanwhile, outfielder Carl Crawford started a rehab assignment with Triple-A Albuquerque on Saturday night,
7/4/2014 | Kershaw soars to new heights, regardless of altitude
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has won his last four starts at Coors Field, including a four-hit shutout on July 2 a year ago. He has compiled a 2.00 ERA in the process. The discussion no longer is about how he compares to his contemporaries. It's where he will rank among the all-time greats.
7/4/2014 | Kershaw dominates, extends scoreless streak
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw pitched a two-hit shutout over eight innings, riding home runs from Yasiel Puig and Scott Van Slyke to a masterful victory over the Rockies, 9-0, on Friday night. It extended Kershaw's scoreless-innings streak to 36, third-longest for a Dodger behind Orel Hershiser (59) and Don Drysdale (58).
7/4/2014 | Hanley OK after hit by pitch leads to early exit
Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez is "fine," manager Don Mattingly said after removing him for precautionary reasons because he was struck on the back of the left hand by a pitch from Rockies starter Jair Jurrjens.
7/4/2014 | Haren looking to follow suit in Mile High matchup
The Dodgers staff has been dealing of late, which has been a primary cause for the team surging toward first place. On Saturday afternoon, right-hander Dan Haren gets the nod, matchup up with Rockies left-hander Jorge De La Rosa at Coors Field.
7/4/2014 | Kemp given night off; Van Slyke in left field
Matt Kemp was out of the starting lineup on Friday night, snapping a streak of 35 consecutive starts in left field. He was replaced by Scott Van Slyke. "Today is just a day off for Matt," said Dodgers manager Don Mattingly. "I felt like he's been going really hard."
7/4/2014 | Crawford set for 'at least' five Triple-A rehab games
Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford, who has been on the disabled list since May 27 with a sprained left ankle, will begin an injury rehab assignment Saturday for Triple-A Albuquerque
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