Interview with Jacob Pomrenke on how the sign stealing investigation compares to a century-old case
Dodgers are pondering starting Kershaw today. Don't do it.
The Dodgers on Tuesday got a piece of good news. Ace starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw got a second opinion from hip specialist Dr. Bryan Kelly on Tuesday in New York, and the left-hander could pitch again this season, though initial information is va
The Dodgers haven't yet officially announced event details, but the fourth annual Dodgertown Classic will take place on Sunday, March 10 at Dodger Stadium. The USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins will once again face off, as will Notre Dame and Oklahoma.
The upcoming week for the Dodgers will not only have ramifications for their 2012 playoff hopes, but for their 2013 roster as well. Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to meet with Dr. Bryan Kelly on Tuesday in New York, and it sounds like bad news is expec
It looks like the new ownership group of the Dodgers doesn't plan on any type of management regime change anytime soon, as both general manager Ned Colletti and manager Don Mattingly will be back for at least next season, per multiple reports.
The Dodgers have done their share of scoring in the first inning this season, as their 82 runs in the opening frame is sixth in the National League. But that first inning scoring has dried up in the last 10 games, and the Dodgers have been playing fr
The Dodgers held a two-run lead entering the bottom of the ninth inning Wednesday at Coors Field, but Ronald Belisario remained in the game to pitch with closer Kenley Jansen nowhere to be found. Now we know why, as the Dodgers closer was unavailable
For the second time in as many nights, Dodgers fans held their collective breaths as Matt Kemp crashed into the center field wall at Coors Field. On Tuesday night, Kemp was forced to come out shortly after hitting the wall at full speed after a tripl
After scoring just six runs in their three-game series sweep at the hands of San Francisco, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly summed up the offense like so:
The Dodgers had three different pitchers throw in minor league rehab assignments on Thursday night, at two different levels, notably the nights of Scott Elbert, Ted Lilly, and Matt Guerrier.
Coming into the Dodgers' series in Pittsburgh, much of the talk was focused on Andrew McCutchen as a leading candidate for National League MVP, and rightfully so. But Matt Kemp has done his best to remind folks not to forget about the other CF.
It might be surprising to find out that someone who comes to the plate with the A-Team theme song as his at-bat music has a softer side, but that is the case for Dodgers catcher Matt Treanor
Shane Victorino may have went 0-for-4 as a Dodger in his debut on Wednesday, but he wasn't alone. Fellow new Dodger acquisition Hanley Ramirez was 0-for-10 in the three-game series with Arizona, and both Randy Choate and Brandon League allowed a run
The non-waiver trade deadline doesn't hit for another 40 minutes or so, and the Dodgers are seemingly in a holding pattern. Their target has remained the same: Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ryan Dempster, who was scheduled to start for the Cubs Tuesd
The first few games of the Hanley Ramirez era haven't quite gone the Dodgers' way, though Ramirez has slotted in quite nicely into the middle of the lineup. Ramirez is 3-for-6 with a triple and three walks so far and has scored a run in both games.
We are a mere 12 days away from the non-waiver trade deadline, and the Dodgers figure to be active. While offense remains a priority - 64 runs in 27 games suggest several upgrades are needed - the most imminent move just might be a pitcher.