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Injury Likely Ends 2016 Season For Oklahoma City Pitcher Trevor Oaks

The Los Angeles Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate Oklahoma City Dodgers clinched a second consecutive Pacific Coast League...
Via Dodger Blue
2 hours ago

Brett Anderson, Brandon McCarthy To Pitch Simulated Games

While the Los Angeles Dodgers are in Denver for a three-game series with the Colorado Rockies, plenty of attention...
Via Dodger Blue
2 hours ago

Dodgers skipper not concerned about offense

In four of the last six games, the Dodgers have been held to one or no runs, including Monday night's 8-1 loss to the Rockies, which came on the heels of taking two of three from the Cubs at home, Sunday's 1-0 win coming on an unearned run.
Via Dodgers.com
4 hours ago

X-Rays Negative On Corey Seager’s Left Wrist

The Los Angeles Dodgers arrived at Coors Field on Monday with some momentum as they'd rattled off consecutive...
Via Dodger Blue
5 hours ago

Rockies 8, Dodgers 1: That Was Bad

Joc Pederson complained of not being able to get sleep in Colorado, and the Dodgers sure played like it in their 8-1 loss to the Rockies tonight. I feel like I shouldn’t half-ass this recap … but the Dodgers played like they were half-asleep, so fair is fair. Kenta Maeda turned in another solid outing, surrendering only two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out six...
Via Dodgers Digest
5 hours ago

Dodgers plunked at Coors Field, 8-1

The best part of tonight’s game at Colorado for the Dodgers is that Corey Seager wasn’t seriously hurt by either of the two pitches that hit him. Otherwise, the proverbial “one mistake,” a two-run homer by Nick Hundley, stung Kenta Maeda, before the Dodger bullpen surrendered six more runs in an 8-1 loss to the Rockies. Losing […]
Via Dodgers Insider
5 hours ago

Final: Dodgers strand too many runners in 8-1 loss to Rockies

DENVER – There is a hard-worn perception about pitching at Coors Field: that it’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than to dominate hitters at 5,280 feet. For a moment Monday, the Dodgers and Colorado Rockies were headed for...
Via The OC Register
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers' Justin Turner credits winter workouts for healthy, productive season

DENVER – There can be no discussion of Justin Turner’s 2016 season without mentioning luck. Teammate Andre Ethier, for example, was healthy until he fouled a ball off his leg in March. Ethier hasn’t played for the Dodgers since. Turner isn’t...
Via The OC Register
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers @ Rockies August 29, 2016: Rain precedes final series at Coors

That was a successful 4-2 homestand for the Dodgers. After consecutive series wins against the Giants and Cubs, the Blue Crew jettisoned off to Colorado for one last series in the danger zone they call Coors Field. Big performances from rookie pitchers Julio Urías, Ross Stripling and Brock Stewart helped the first-place Dodgers edge out the top team in baseball, and the Seager factor...
Via Dodgers Digest
9 hours ago

What’s next for Clayton Kershaw after Tuesday’s sim game at Dodger Stadium?

DENVER — The only things missing from Dodger Stadium on Tuesday will be the simulated fans, simulated tickets, simulated pregame pomp and circumstance with the volume turned to 11, and the simulated rush of traffic entering and exiting the park....
Via The OC Register
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

In case you missed it: Giants take day off in race

Dodgers at Rockies, 5:40 p.m. Chase Utley, 2B Howie Kendrick, LF Corey Seager, SS Adrián González, 1B Yasmani Grandal, C Josh Reddick, RF Joc Pederson, CF Rob Segedin, 3B Kenta Maeda, P A few quick notes before the Dodgers begin their second Colorado-or-bust, three-game road trip. The Dodgers will play three games in 48 hours (weather […]
Via Dodgers Insider
11 hours ago

Puig helps coach first base for Dodgers' minor league team

How is Yasiel Puig’s exile at Triple-A Oklahoma City going? Not too badly, actually. He’s even getting some coaching experience. On Sunday, Puig stood in as the team’s first base coach, offering his teammates high fives and encouragement. #PuigYourCoach pic.twitter.com/bz32yxQXmw — MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) August 29, 2016 Puig’s response? He was only trying to help. ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers bring back Kenta Maeda, option Brock Stewart

During a season that has featured just about every other Los Angeles Dodgers’ starter spending time on the 15 or 60-day disabled lists, Kenta Maeda’s presence has been absolutely crucial for the persistent team. The Dodgers will trot out their rookie starter on Monday as they begin a series against the Colorado Rockies. However, the […] The post Dodgers bring back Kenta Maeda...
Via Today's Knuckleball
12 hours ago

Julio Urias is getting better, but it’s almost time to shut him down

After Saturday’s performance it was confirmed: Julio Urias is really, really good. It wasn’t much of a question to some, but there were others who wondered if the kid was worth all the hype. Turns out, he was. If you filter the leaderboards to include him, he’s an elite starting pitcher. In 57 1/3 innings (12 starts), Urias has a 2.92 FIP. That is the fifth-best mark in all...
Via Dodgers Digest
17 hours ago

Slim Winmen: Dodgers win squeaker over Cubs

Three nail-biters later, the Dodgers are the team with their digits intact. While the Giants were taking two out of three games from the Braves, the National League’s worst team, the Dodgers held serve against the Cubs, the league’s best team. An eighth-inning run — scored without the aid of a hit — gave the Dodgers a […]
Via Dodgers Insider
1 day ago

Will Yasiel Puig rejoin the Dodgers this season?

As the trade deadline was approaching, the Dodgers dissatisfaction with Yasiel Puig only continued to grow. The organization felt as if Puig was immature, he wouldn’t properly rehab his injuries which only made him more prone to reinjuring them, and the Dodgers felt as if Puig wasn’t properly preparing himself for games. So when the Dodgers had the opportunity to also go after...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

San Francisco Giants inching closer to a record they really don’t want

Entering the All-Star break, the San Francisco Giants had the best record in baseball at 57-33. Since the All-Star break, they rest comfortably in the Major League Baseball cellar with a record of 12-25. Despite Matt Moore’s near no-hitter in a 4-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday night, the Giants’ current slump has them inching towards an all-time record. And...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

MLB Today: Ruiz joins Dodgers, Cosart faces Miami

A look at what's happening all around the majors today:------CHOOCH'S NEW CHALLENGECarlos Ruiz is set to make his debut for the Dodgers, a day after them got him in a trade of popular backup catchers that sent A.J. Ellis to Philadelphia. Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts said Ruiz would start the series opener against the Cubs in a matchup of division leaders.KNOCK, KNOCKKnuckleballer...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers fan toasts Matt Moore losing no-hit bid with dual middle fingers (vid)

San Francisco Giants lefty Matt Moore came about as close as a pitcher can get to tossing a no-hitter, allowing a bloop single to right field to Corey Seager with two-outs in the ninth inning. And a Los Angeles Dodgers fan had a pretty outlandish reaction to his beloved team narrowly avoiding the embarrassment. Yep, as cameras panned the thrilled crowd in Dodger Stadium, said...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Dodgers have turned down lowball offers for Puig

Despite the rumors that the Los Angeles Dodgers are desperate to get rid of Yasiel Puig and would take whatever they could get for him, a new report states that that is not the case. According to Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball, team have been lowballing the Dodgers in offers, but the team has resisted them and seem intent on at least getting fair value for him. “They don’t...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Piazza’s jersey displayed at 9/11 Memorial & Museum

The New York Mets jersey Mike Piazza was wearing when he hit a cahartic game-winning home run in the first professional sporting event played in New York following the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 is now on display at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. A photograph of Piazza’s historic jersey housed behind glass among other items in a “Baseball after 9/11” exhibit...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
4 days ago  |  Discuss
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