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Dodgers Game Recaps

A summary and analysis of the day's events involving the Los Angeles Dodgers, including interviews, analysis, and highlights from the just-completed game.

Edwin Ríos leads another Dodgers power display

Edwin Ríos started the scoring with a three-run home run, off left-hander Madison Bumgarner no less, leading the Dodgers to a second straight win over the Diamondbacks.

Freddie Freeman, Mookie Betts keep Dodgers offense humming

Freddie Freeman had four hits, including a home run and three doubles, and Mookie Betts reached base four times, scoring thrice in the Dodgers’ blowout of the Diamondbacks on Thursday night at Chase Field in Phoenix.

One hit with runners on base equals a loss for the Dodgers

The Dodgers were shut out for the first time in 2022, dropping the series finale to the Nationals in Washington D.C. by just one run.

Off day? Not for the red-hot Mookie Betts

Mookie Betts hit two home runs and reached base four times in the Dodgers’ second straight rout of the Nationals in Washington D.C.

Tyler Anderson spotless in Dodgers’ rout of Nationals

Dodgers left-hander pitched eight scoreless innings to beat the Nationals on Monday in Washington D.C.

Dodgers boot chance to sweep Phillies

Dodgers lose 4-3 as they remain winless in extra innings in 2022

Betts & friends lead another Dodgers comeback

Mookie Betts had three hits, including a home run and double, drove in three runs, and threw out a runner at home plate. The Dodgers rallied late against the Phillies bullpen to win their seventh straight game.

Dodgers shut down Phillies’ offense for 6th straight win

Julio Urías pitches five shutout innings

Justin Turner homer finishes off 4-game sweep

Justin Turner hit a three-run home run, and Dodgers pitching escaped several jams to preserve a win over and four-game sweep of the Diamondbacks on Wednesday at Dodger Stadium.

Dodgers score early and often to beat Diamondbacks again

The Dodgers offense poured it on to sweep a doubleheader from the Diamondbacks, giving Los Angeles four straight victories, all in comeback fashion.

Mookie Betts part of Dodgers HR parade to beat D-backs

Mookie Betts had three hits, including one of the Dodgers’ four home runs in a win over the Diamondbacks in the opener of a split doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon at Dodger Stadium.

Gonsolin pitches deep, Taylor goes deep to beat D-backs

Tony Gonsolin pitched six strong innings, and Chris Taylor homered and doubled to lead the Dodgers over the Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium.

Lux saves the day, Dodgers win 5-4

Lux’s two-out hit drives in winning run in walk-off victory

Phillies torch Urías, Harper claims deed to Dodger Stadium

Julio Urías had the worst start of his major league career, allowing four home runs and eight runs, and Bryce Harper continued to run roughshod over the Dodgers in another Phillies win at Dodger Stadium.

Phillies outscore Dodgers in another back-and-forth battle

Philadelphia scored a dozen runs in 10 innings

Dodgers comeback all for naught

The Dodgers overcame an early six-run deficit to tie, but allowed a pair of runs in the ninth to lose the opener to the Phillies at Dodger Stadium.

Pepiot wild in debut, Pirates pounce on Dodgers bullpen late

Ryan Pepiot was wild in his major league debut, and the Pirates his three home runs against Dodgers relievers to win two out of three games in the series against Los Angeles.

Dodgers double their pleasure to rout Pirates

Justin Turner hit three of the Dodgers’ record-tying eight doubles Tuesday night to beat the Pirates in Pittsburgh.

Dodgers add insult to injury in rare loss to Pirates

The Dodgers lost a game to the Pirates for the first time in four years, dropping the opener at PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

Walker Buehler keeps it 100 to sweep Cubs

Walker Buehler and the Dodgers finished off a sweep of the Cubs on Sunday night at Wrigley Field, running the Los Angeles win streak to six games.

Mookie Betts makes Dodgers’ few hits count

The Dodgers only got three hits in the second game of their doubleheader at Wrigley Field. Mookie Betts had two of them, a three-run double and two-run home run, which was enough to beat the Cubs for the second time on Saturday.

Dodgers win over Cubs is battery powered

Clayton Kershaw pitched seven scoreless innings. Austin Barnes homered and drove in three runs. Freddie Freeman hit three doubles. All helped the Dodgers rout the Cubs in the opener of a doubleheader at Wrigley Field.

Mookie Betts is heating up, Dodgers sweep Giants

Mookie Betts had two hits, including a home run, and scored two runs. Dodgers pitching was strong again, including five innings from Tony Gonsolin to beat the Giants for a second straight night at Dodger Stadium.

Urías on target as Dodgers take opener with Giants

Julio Urías pounded the strike zone for six scoreless innings, Chris Taylor hit a two-run single to lift the Dodgers over Carlos Ródon and the Giants on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium.

Dodgers hold on to take Tigers series

Walker Buehler pitches five scoreless innings for the win

Tigers spoil Dodgers party against the bullpen

Clayton Kershaw set the Dodgers all-time strikeout record, but the Tigers got last laughs against the Los Angeles bullpen to win at Dodger Stadium.

Turner, Taylor, Tyler tame Tigers

Justin Turner and Chris Taylor hit their 1st home runs of the season

A frustrating series comes to an end

The Diamondbacks take the rubber match of the series over the Dodgers

Five double plays, late homer costly in Dodgers loss

The Dodgers scored three runs in the first inning but never scored again, grounding into five double plays. David Peralta’s two-run home run in the eighth inning won it for the Diamondbacks.

Walker Buehler strikes out 10 in first career shutout

Walker Buehler struck out 10 in the first shutout of his career, in the Dodgers’ 4-0 win over the Diamondbacks on Monday night at Chase Field.

Dodgers flip script with 10-2 win over the Padres

Bellinger and Freeman send balls over the wall, Kershaw gets his third win of the season

Two flyouts to LF doom Dodgers

Yu Darvish shut down the Dodgers for six innings, and the Padres beat the Dodgers in 10 innings on Saturday night at Petco Park.