A look back at the first 1,000 innings in the career of the wonderful Clayton Kershaw.
It has been 11 years since the Dodgers were in Baltimore, back before hardly anybody knew Duff was the Ace of Cakes.
For the last eight seasons the Dodgers have been absolutely terrible in American League parks, ranking 29th among 30 teams in interleague road record.
Kershaw on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium became the 18th pitcher in Dodgers franchise history with 1,000 strikeouts.
Clayton Kershaw did just about everything possible on Monday. He pitched a shutout. He homered. Just how rare is that?
Sandy Koufax is back in the Dodgers organization in 2013 as a special adviser to team chairman Mark Walter. Here's a look back 48 years ago to Koufax, at the height of his career.
Ethier will become all-time LA Dodger opening day right fielder when he starts tomorrow for 6th time
Yasiel Puig has been on fire for nearly all of spring training, putting up gaudy numbers. Who does he think he is, Corey Smith?
The Dodgers didn't make any moves on the final day of baseball's winter meetings in Nashville, but given their history on Dec. 6, maybe it was good not to have a transaction on Thursday.
On the eve of general manager Ned Colletti's eighth winter meetings with the Dodgers, a look back at the moves of winter meetings past.
The former Dodger won 124 games and struck out 1,715 batters in parts of 17 major league seasons, including nine years with the Dodgers.
Piazza is one of several star-studded names to appear on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time this year in what is sure to be a controversial election.
Roy Gleason was the only major league player to fight in Vietnam. He earned a World Series ring in 1963 when he appeared as a 20-year old in September.
The left-hander led the major leagues in ERA for the second straight season, and led the National League in WHIP, and two different versions of Wins Above Replacement.