All-Star Game

Clayton Kershaw pitches perfect All-Star inning

The National League had its three-game winning streak snapped on Tuesday night in New York. But Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw did his job with a scoreless third inning.

MLB All-Star Game: Kershaw to pitch 3rd inning

Kershaw is the first Dodger to be named to three consecutive All-Star teams since Eric Gagne (2002-2004), and the first starting pitcher to be an All-Star in three straight years since Orel Hershiser (1987-1989).

1988 All-Star Game: Hershiser pitches scoreless IP

Hershiser has pitched three scoreless innings combined in two All-Star Games in his career.

Gibson declines spot on 1988 NL All-Star team

The Dodgers are 48-36 at the break in first place in the National League West, but sent just one player to the All-Star Game. But it wasn't for lack of trying.

Dodgers & the home run derby

Chris Davis is favored by Bovada to win the home run derby, with 11/4 odds. Defending champion Prince Fielder is next with 15/4 odds.

Harvey, not Kershaw, starting for NL All-Stars

Kershaw will be making his third consecutive All-Star appearance, but will do so in relief.

Joc Pederson in Futures Game Sunday

Joc Pederson is the first Dodgers outfielder to play for the United States team in the Futures Game, which began play in 1999.

Dodger Rookie Hideo Nomo starts 1995 All-Star Game

Hideo Nomo was selected to start the 1995 All-Star Game after one of the best Junes that any Dodger ever had.

Yasiel Puig loses to Freddie Freeman in Final Vote

The Braves first baseman and Blue Jays relief pitcher Steve Delabar won the Final Votes in the National and American Leagues respectively.

Dodgers All-Star rookies: Mike Piazza, 1993

The greatest hitting catcher of all-time was the fourth Dodgers rookie to be named an All-Star.


Dodgers All-Star rookies: Steve Sax, 1982

Sax had big shoes to fill in 1982, and fill them he did. Sax was by far the best of all The Infield replacements, beginning with an All-Star campaign in his rookie season.

Dodgers rookie All-Stars: Fernando Valenzuela, '81

Fernandomania found its way to Cleveland for the 1981 All-Star Game, where Fernando Valenzuela became just the third rookie pitcher ever to start the midsummer classic.

Kershaw OK w/Harvey starting All-Star Game for NL

Kershaw has done nearly everything possible to earn the starting nod for the National League in the 2013 MLB All-Star Game, but he probably won't get it. And that is okay.

Dodgers All-Star rookies: Don Newcombe, 1949

Don Newcombe was a Dodgers rookie on the 1949 All-Star team, and one of the first African-American All-Stars in Major League Baseball.

Puig in Final Vote for final NL All-Star spot

If Puig wins the Final Vote, he will become the sixth Dodgers rookie to be named to the All-Star team.

Kershaw named to 3rd straight All-Star team

Kershaw is the first Dodger to be named to three straight All-Star teams since Eric Gagne in 2002-2004, and the first Dodgers staring pitcher to make it three straight seasons since Orel Hershiser in 1985-1987.

All-Star selection show Saturday details

Will Clayton Kershaw have company at Citi Field in New York on July 16? We could find out on Saturday afternoon.

Joc Pederson named to Futures Game U.S. roster

Pederson and 51 other top prospects will play at Citi Field on Sunday, July 14, two days before the MLB All-Star Game.

Gonzalez out of top 5 in NL All-Star 1B vote

Matt Kemp, the only other Dodger besides Adrian Gonzalez to be listed in the first round of balloting, dropped out of the top 15 of National League outfielders.

Gonzalez 4th among NL 1B in All-Star vote

The only other Dodger to show up on the balloting leaderboard was Matt Kemp, who ranked 14th among National League outfielders.

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