Starting Lineups

A look at the starting lineups for the Los Angeles Dodgers and their opponent, plus several pregame notes.

Dodgers go for third Diamondback series sweep


Josh Beckett will make his 12th start of the season following up his 6 shutout innings start last Tuesday.

Top seven in lineup go again for Dodgers


Puig, Ethier, Kemp, Ramirez and Gonzalez are back from Friday night as teams tries to find a rhythm

Hanley back in lineup vs. Diamondbacks


Hanley Ramirez, limited to one pinch hitting appearance in the last two days with irritation in the A-C- joint of his right shoulder, is back in the starting lineup for the Dodgers on Friday...

Greinke goes for series win, Hanley sits

Zack Greinke tries for his ninth win of the season in Thursday morning's battle against the Reds, one that doesn't including Hanley Ramirez in the Dodgers' starting lineup, still nursing an...

Gordon back for Dodgers, Votto back for Reds

The Dodgers are the best offensive team in the National League on the road this year, and welcome Dee Gordon back after two games not starting with hip discomfort, while the Reds welcome back their...

Puig back in lineup; Gordon, Gonzalez sit


Yasiel Puig is back in the Dodgers starting lineup after missing a game and a half with a left hip flexor strain. Dee Gordon, also dealing with a hip injury, is out for a second straight game and...

Hips sideline Puig, Gordon in Coors finale

Both Dee Gordon and Yasiel Puig left Saturday's game against the Rockies with hip injuries, and both are out of the starting lineup for the Dodgers on Sunday in the series finale at Coors Field.

Zack Greinke looks to continue his road success


Zack Greinke, Andre Ethier look to continue success on the road and against Chacin

Hanley bats 2nd in Coors opener


Dodgers shortstop Ramirez bats second for the second time since joining the Dodgers. Here are the lineups for the opening game against the Rockies at Coors Field.

Van Slyke in CF, Puig back to batting 2nd


In 26 games with Puig, Ramirez and Gonzalez batting 2-3-4 this season, the Dodgers have averaged 4.96 runs per game.

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