Starting Lineups

Puig releases statement, also not in lineup

Yasiel Puig, in response to a recent LA Magazine column detailing his escape from Cuba, released a statement through his agent basically saying he has no further comment on the matter.

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Celebrate the 1988 Dodgers Championship

Almost every baseball fan has seen the video of an injured Gibby rounding the bases and pumping his fist after hitting a homer to win Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. It was the signature moment in the Dodgers’ improbable run to a championship.

Crawford back in lineup for Dodgers

Carl Crawford bats second after sitting the last two games, with Yasiel Puig batting fifth.

Ethier starts in left on getaway day

Sunday marks Andre Ethier's 162nd career start in left field, but just his eighth in the last six seasons. Ethier bats sixth behind center fielder Matt Kemp as the Dodgers go for a weekend sweep of the Diamondbacks.

Puig gets thumbs up to start

Yasiel Puig and his jammed thumb are back in the starting lineup for the first time in six days as the Dodgers open a weekend series against the Diamondbacks at Chase Field in Phoenix. Matt Kemp sits.

Dodgers bunch lefties together against Cain

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly penciled in four left-handed batters among the first five hitters against Giants starter Matt Cain, but wasn't concerned about potential left-handed relievers

Dodgers stack right-handers vs. Bumgarner

The Dodgers start Justin Turner at second base and an all-right-handed outfield of Scott Van Slyke, Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier against left-handed Madison Bumgarner and the Giants on Saturday afternoon at Dodger Stadium.

Puig benched for being late

Dodgers outfielder showed up to the home opener at Dodger Stadium on Friday and was benched. Matt Kemp, just activated off the DL, starts in Puig's place.

Kemp activated from DL

Matt Kemp will make his 2014 debut in Friday's home opener against the Giants, just activated off the disabled list, though he's not starting. To make room for him on the active roster, the Dodgers optioned outfielder Mike Baxter to Triple-A.

Dodgers-Padres Opening Night lineups

Dee Gordon plays second base in the domestic regular season opener for the Dodgers against the Padres on Sunday night in San Diego.


Lee starts Friday, Fife scratched with illness

Scheduled Dodgers starter Stephen Fife was scratched with an illness, and in his place Zach Lee will start Friday night vs. the Angels, making his Dodger Stadium mound debut.

Gordon, Turner platooning at second base

Dee Gordon isn't starting tonight for the Dodgers, but he'll get the bulk of starts at second base in the near term.

Gordon leads off, Van Slyke sits in Game 2

The Dodgers made a few changes to their starting lineup for Game 2 against the Diamondbacks. Namely, Dee Gordon bats leadoff and Scott Van Slyke hits after his two extra-base hits in the opener.

Dodgers Opening Day lineup notes

The Dodgers battle the Diamondbacks in their regular season opener on Saturday morning at 1 a.m. PT at Sydney Cricket Ground in Australia. Here are some news and notes from their Opening Day lineup.

Lee gets the start for Dodgers in exhibition

Non-roster pitchers Zach Lee and Red Patterson should pitch quite a few innings in tonight's exhibition game in Sydney. The Dodgers will otherwise field their Opening Day starting lineup against Team Australia.

League, Greinke, Haren likely for exempt list

Most of the Dodgers roster moves will either be revealed or become clearer after Sunday's game. Chone Figgins has almost certainly made the team, while the exempt list of three players will likely be Brandon League, Zack Greinke, and Dan Haren.

Intermission notes: Kershaw, back-to-backs, Beli

Clayton Kershaw makes his final Cactus League start as the Dodgers go for a Saturday sweep at Camelback Ranch.

Dodgers set rotation through weekend

The starting pitchers have been identified for the final four Cactus League games of 2014 for the Dodgers.

Alex Guerrero & the search for playing time

Is the Dodgers second baseman running out of time in camp to be ready for the regular season?

Greinke to pitch 2 innings vs. Arizona

Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke will make his first Cactus League appearance in 13 days on Wednesday, facing the Diamondbacks. Greinke is scheduled to pitch two innings.

Greinke throws bullpen session, Wed. start in play

Greinke threw a bullpen session and took part in fielding drills on Monday morning at Camelback Ranch. If everything goes well, Greinke could make a start in the Cactus League on Wednesday against Arizona.

Puig back in camp, starting in RF

Puig is back in right field after two days away from camp, an absence excused by the team.

Saturday starting lineups

The Dodgers play the Rangers in Surprise, then the Mariners at Camelback Ranch on Saturday. Here are the starting lineups.

Zach Lee starts vs. Rangers

Pre-game news and notes before the Dodgers play the Rangers, including Zach Lee's 2014 debut, Chone Figgins in another position, and more.

Dodgers alter rotation slightly

Pushing three starters back a day lines up Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-jin Ryu to possibly pitch in Australia.

Greinke throws bullpen session

For the first time in six days, Dodgers starter Zack Greinke threw off a mound, still dealing with a strained right calf.

Wilson starts, Crawford back in field vs. Seattle

Pregame news and notes from Tuesday at Camelback Ranch, where the Dodgers will battle the Mariners.

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