The National League West race has already been plenty surprising, but it also feels … incomplete. The Dodgers and Giants are both without their aces. The D-backs are down their best everyday player. The standings seem a bit topsy-turvy right now, but it’s also easy to remind yourself that these teams are sure to change over the coming months. And that’s not just a matter of injuries. Every team in…
When Clayton Kershaw went on the disabled list early this month, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said the rest of the staff must pick up the slack, and Kenta Maeda has stepped it up. Coming off eight scoreless innings in Miami, Maeda added 6 2/3 more while striking out 12 and allowing only two hits Wednesday night as the Dodgers blanked the Rockies, 3-0, at Dodger Stadium. After taking the rubber…
There was good news on Wednesday from Clayton Kershaw, who threw a bullpen session that extended beyond original plans and provided some degree of relief to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts.
The young season no longer seems so young anymore, as Major League Baseball has reached the one-quarter mark of what’s been an often surprising year. The first month and a half of the 2018 campaign has offered more than its share of twists in the National League West, a division that’s been turned upside down — yet remains completely up for grabs.
In dire need of an offensive spark, the Dodgers will return arguably the most critical cog to their lineup ahead of Tuesday’s series opener in Miami, as third baseman Justin Turner was activated off the 10-day disabled list after missing nearly two months with a broken left wrist.
A change of scenery did not end the Dodgers’ recent skid as they opened a six-game road trip with a 4-2 loss to the Marlins on Tuesday night.
If Kershaw gets healthy what sort of return do you see him fetching at the deadline?
The Dodgers didn’t make Mom proud on Mother’s Day as their losing continued, 5-3 to the Cincinnati Reds, who completed their first four-game sweep at Dodger Stadium since 1976.
Carla Cammack has been dedicated to raising awareness for the fight against breast cancer since her diagnosis 20 years ago. On Mothers’ Day Sunday at Dodger Stadium, Cammack will be the Dodgers’ Honorary Bat Girl for MLB’s “Going to Bat Against Breast Cancer” initiative, as selected by the club.
Former Dodger Scott Schebler came back to haunt the team on Saturday night, slugging a three-run homer off reliever JT Chargois in a four-run sixth inning to lift the Reds to their third consecutive win at Dodger Stadium, 5-3.