Hey, the Dodgers led five different games this week. That's got to count for something right? Oh.
The Dodgers lost three games in a row for the first time all season, but managed to salvage a .500 week to stay atop the National League West.
The Dodgers saw their losing streak extend to eight games, their longest since 2008, but ended the week with a pair of wins over the Marlins.
The Dodgers slammed seven home runs and scored 51 runs in six games during the week that saw them move back into first place in the National League West.
The Dodgers lost five of six games last week, and in their last 19 games have lost 13 times and have been outscored 99-70.
Sutton, the all-time franchise leader in several pitching categories, picked up his first win in Dodger blue in nearly eight years.
The Dodgers fought through more injuries, but got solid pitching and some offense here and there as they won four of six games.
The Dodgers had rainouts on four straight days, but on the three days they played picked up three wins and outscored their opponents 20-3.
Two more starting pitchers went on the disabled list for the Dodgers, who had their pitching fall apart to go along with their consistently inconsistent offense for their worst week of the season to date.
The Dodgers had more of the same in their second week, with little offense yet good pitching. But unfortunately the week will also be remembered for losing Zack Greinke for eight weeks to a broken collarbone.
The 1988 Dodgers look to improve upon back-to-back 73-win seasons, and they got off to the right start this week by winning five of their first six games. After splitting with the Giants at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers swept the Braves in a four-game
Clayton Kershaw has yet to give up a run this season, and leadoff man Crawford has been on base half the time, easily standing out in the first week of play in the 2013 season.
Matt Kemp and Clayton Kershaw were at their absolute best during the week for the Dodgers, but they weren't alone.
In a week the Dodgers needed wins in bunches they alternated losses and wins, and while running in place watched their season slowly slip away. They ended the week three games out of a pseudo playoff spot, with only nine games remaining.
The Dodgers had a rough week, losing a pair of series to divisional foes. If they want to find a reason why they are currently on the outside looking in on the playoff radar, the Dodgers can look to their 28-33 record against the National League West
The Dodgers had a rough week on offense, and the result was an under-.500 week. Though considering that they lost four of the first five games during the week, 3-4 sounds much better. The week was highlighted by a pair of former Marlins
The week started off horribly for the Dodgers, getting swept at home by the Giants. But the weekend was awesome, as the Dodgers made a franchise-altering blockbuster deal with the Red Sox, then proceeded to take two of three games from the Marlins.
The left side of the Dodgers' infield paced the offense last week, as Luis Cruz and Hanley Ramirez powered an offensive resurgence that helped the Dodgers to their third 7-3 road trip of the season. But they weren't alone on the hero stage, as a bear
A look back at Week 19 for the Dodgers, which saw them split six games with the Rockies and Marlins, and saw Matt Kemp hit .400 and Chris Capuano nearly pitch a no-hitter.
The Dodgers continued their streaky ways last week. After getting swept at home by the Diamondbacks, the Dodgers responded by sweeping the Cubs for a quite volatile 3-3 week.
After four straight losing weeks, the Dodgers were in desperate need of a turnaround this week, but after two losses against the Phillies it seemed like this week would follow a similar script of late. But the Dodgers turned things around to go 4-2