Dodgers Postgame Reaction

Highlights, news, and analysis of Los Angeles Dodgers games, including interviews with the players, coaches, and manager Don Mattingly after each contest.

Haren roughed up in spring finale

Haren allowed six runs and five extra-base hits in just two innings in a loss to the Angels, four days before his scheduled regular season opener.

Darnell Sweeney plays hero


The Dodgers 13th round pick in 2012, who was in uniform this spring more than any other player from minor league camp, got the game-winning hit on Friday night.

Hanley homers twice in Freeway Series opener

Hanley Ramirez hit two home runs and Zack Greinke looked sharp in his final tune-up of the spring, but the Dodgers fell to the Angels 7-5 in the opener of the Freeway Series on Thursday at Dodger...

Dodgers tie record for ties in Arizona finale

With a tie on Sunday, the Dodgers matched their 2006 team for the most ties in spring training at least since the club moved to Los Angeles.

Beckett leaves game with right thumb contusion

Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett left his start Friday afternoon against the Cubs in Mesa after just three innings, leaving with a right thumb contusion.

Maholm shaky in final tuneup, but likely for trip


Dodgers pitcher Paul Maholm allowed six runs and two home runs in his final 2014 Cactus League start. The left-hander said he will be in Australia, but doesn't know what his role will be.

Greinke has mixed results in first game back

Greinke, who on Wednesday made his first mound appearance since Feb. 27, could conceivably start three minor league games in Arizona in preparation for the regular season.

Cuevas homers in win


Dodgers minor league outfielder Noel Cuevas had his moment in the sun in his only major league at-bat so far this spring, hitting a three-run home run to beat the Royals 7-5 in Surprise.

Haren 'tired,' Australia trip in doubt

The Dodgers will need at least one active starter to travel to Australia as a contingency plan, but it might not be Dan Haren.

League struggling, Wilson okay after scare


Both Brandon League and Brian Wilson allowed two runs in their outing on Monday, but the concern about the Dodgers relievers is for different reasons.

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