Dodgers Postgame Reaction

Zack Greinke, competitor

The Dodgers right-hander struggled early but continued his three-month run of consistently great pitching on Wednesday afternoon.

Hanley Ramirez questionable for Game 5

The Dodgers face an uphill battle in the NLCS, and might be without their best hitter on Wednesday, as Hanley Ramirez continues to battle a hairline fracture of a left rib.

Hyun-jin Ryu huge in 'must-win' game for Dodgers

Hyun-jin Ryu pitched seven scoreless innings on Monday night in Game 3 of the NLCS, giving the Dodgers their first win of the series over the Cardinals.

Nolasco remains Game 4 starter 'right now'

The scheduled starters for Game 4 of the National League Championship Series at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday are Ricky Nolasco for the Dodgers and Lance Lynn for the Cardinals.

Gonzalez, Puig go 'Mickey Mouse' to club Cardinals

Gonzalez and Puig each drove in their first runs of the NLCS in Monday night's Game 3, and in front of their home fans they celebrated. Oh, the horror.

News, numbers & notes from NLCS Games 1-2

A look back at the opening of the National League Championship Series, which has the Dodgers behind two games to none.

Clayton Kershaw, 'the best pitcher on the planet'

Clayton Kershaw pitched six innings on three days rest without allowing an earned run to help close out the Braves in the NLDS. Kershaw is slated to start Game 2 of the NLDS on Saturday against either the Cardinals or Pirates.

Video: Juan Uribe's NLDS-winning home run

Juan Uribe hit .375 (6-for-16) with two home runs during the NLDS, none bigger than his two-run blast Monday night. Watch two different videos of the home run, and listen Vin Scully's radio call.

Juan Uribe, the favorite teammate

After two miserable seasons, the Dodgers third baseman has blossomed from everyone's favorite player in the clubhouse to a productive and integral part of the team's winning formula, culminating in Monday's heroics at Dodger Stadium.

Clayton Kershaw & Sandy Koufax celebrate NLDS win

The two best pitchers in Dodgers franchise history hugged after the Dodgers beat the Braves 4-3 on Monday night to advance to the NLCS for the 10th time in franchise history.

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