Dodgers Weekly Reviews

A week-by-week look at the Los Angeles Dodgers, including game recaps, transactions, and notable performances from each week.

Week 23: The Dodginot Line

A look at the week for the Dodgers, which saw a .600 winning percentage and still lost two games off their lead in the standings. The week also saw the most extreme infield shift to date, with four...

Week 22 review: Sigh of relief


A look back at the week that was for the Dodgers, who won four of six games and got good news for several of their injured players in a week that could have been much worse.

Week 21: Cracks in the foundation


A look back at a losing week for the Dodgers, in which Carl Crawford hit well but the Dodgers lost Hyun-jjin Ryu and Juan Uribe to injury.

Week 20: More bubbles for Gonzalez


A look back at Week 20 for the Dodgers, which included a red-hot Adrian Gonzalez and strong performances all week from the starting rotation.

Matt Kemp on a power surge


A look back at Week 19 for the Dodgers, which included four wins in six games and five home runs from Matt Kemp, his best power month of the season.

Week 18 review: A sweep in SF


Clayton Kershaw pitched his ninth career shutout, including his fourth against the Giants, highlighting a three-game weekend sweep in San Francisco that put the Dodgers in first place in the...

Week 17 review: Costly weekend in St. Louis


A pair of losses on the field might be the least of the Dodgers' worries from their three-game weekend in St. Louis, as they wait for word on hand injuries to Yasiel Puig and Hanley Ramirez.

Puig, Kershaw head into All-Star break strong


The Dodgers got good weeks from two of their All-Stars in the final week before the All-Star break. Clayton Kershaw and Yasiel Puig highlighted the team's three wins.

Week 15 review: Kershaw's streak rolls on


A look back at another winning week for the Dodgers, highlighted by eight more shutout innings for Clayton Kershaw, who has a scoreless streak of 36 consecutive innings.

Week 14 review: Back on top


Clayton Kershaw followed up his no-hitter with two stellar starts, Dee Gordon nearly hit .500, and the Dodgers won five of seven games to move back into a tie for first place in the National League...


The week of Kershaw


A look back at Week 13 for the Dodgers, which saw five wins in six games, but the most memorable was Clayton Kershaw's 15-strikeout, no-walk no-hitter on Wednesday.

Week 12 review: Bat man Turner overdrive


A look back at the Dodgers' 4-3 week, which including a red-hot Justin Turner slowed only by injuries.

Kershaw in control


Clayton Kershaw had 18 strikeouts and no walks in his two starts last week, highlighting the last seven days for the Dodgers.

Home field disadvantage


A look back at another losing week at home for the Dodgers, who are 12-17 at Dodger Stadium this season.

Dodgers Week 9 review: Beckett caps winning week


Josh Beckett's triumph on Sunday was the first no-hitter by a Dodger in 18 years and gave the Dodgers a great end to a winning week.

Week 8 review: What a waste


The Dodgers had a .500 week but it still managed to be a disappointment with a pair of blowout losses and two frustrating losses in Phoenix over the weekend.

Dodgers Week 7 review


The Dodgers lost five of their seven games in the week, including three of four to the rival Giants, plus two more extra-inning losses. A look back at the week that was.

Dodgers Week 6 review: Puig on fire


The Dodgers right fielder was hurt on the final play of the week, but before that was red hot at the plate.

Dodgers Week 5 review: Home losses


Five losses in seven games at home - to the Rockies and Phillies, no less - leave the Dodgers 1½ games out of first place in the National League West.

Dodgers Week 4 review


After scoring seven runs in their first 45 innings of the week, the Dodgers scored 12 runs over their final 13 innings to salvage a split of their six divisional games. The starting pitchers...

Offense comes alive


Adrian Gonzalez hit four home runs and was an extra-base hit machine, Dee Gordon stole six bases and nearly hit .500, powering the Dodgers offense in a week that saw them win four of five games.

Dodgers Week 2 review: Back home


The Dodgers won two of three on the road against the Padres, and lost two of three at home to the Giants. The week ended on a high note, with Matt Kemp and Hanley Ramirez each hitting two home runs...

Dodgers Week 1 review: A head start in Australia


The Dodgers will open the domestic portion of their schedule on Sunday night before 27 other teams even throw a pitch, and will do so with two wins already in the bank thanks to their sweep of the...

1988 Dodgers Week 26 review: Clinching the NL West

After winning the NL West, the Dodgers will face the Mets in the NLCS.

Dodgers Week 26 review: Limping to finish


The Dodgers concluded their regular season last week almost in spring training mode, mostly getting ready for the postseason. Two victories in six games gave them 92 wins on the year.

1988 Dodgers Week 25 review: Magic number now 1

The Dodgers pitched two shutouts against the Astros, won once against the Padres and took two of three games against the Giants during the week, and clinched at least a tie for the National League...

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