The Dodgers won five of six games against the Astros and Diamondbacks on the road thanks to Mookie Betts and Corey Seager powering the offense. They also got Clayton Kershaw back from the injured list.
In his third year, the left-handed reliever looks better than ever
The king is back.
LA’s hottest hitter will miss some time
11 runs!!! The offense is back!
+ some other Dodgers news
Mitch White will make his MLB debut whenever he steps on the mound
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On the day before his first game in a Dodgers uniform, outfielder Mookie Betts signed a 12-year contract worth $365 million with the team, a deal that runs through the 2032 season.
A great step in the right direction
It goes into effect on August 1
The new extra-inning rule with a free runner on second base hasn’t resulted in many sacrifice bunt attempts. Context matters, and a look behind the numbers.
A.J. Pollock is red hot in the early going, and he homered and doubled in the Dodgers’ win over the Diamondbacks Thursday night. Best of all, he got to do it while at home in Phoenix with his newborn daughter.
Reaction to the eight-game suspension of Joe Kelly, from manager Dave Roberts, outfielder A.J. Pollock, as well as Dodgers fans.
Clayton Kershaw will throw a side session on Thursday in Phoenix, and could possibly be activated soon after that to rejoin the Dodgers rotation.
Dustin May starts for the Dodgers on Wednesday night against the Astros.
Joe Kelly made 2020 a little better last night
Corey Seager made a defensive play that saved the Dodgers on Tuesday night, and gave them room to make their comeback.
Joe Kelly threw up and in on both Alex Bregman and Carlos Correa on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park, and benches cleared briefly between the Dodgers and Astros.
The Dodgers placed starting pitcher Alex Wood on the injured list, meaning heading into their fifth game of the season the Dodgers are without 60 percent of their planned starting rotation.