Dodgers News

  • Miscue looms large as Dodgers fall in extras

    Throwing his players under the bus is not Don Mattingly's style, but he couldn't protect the guilty after Carl Crawford and Hanley Ramirez missed a routine fly ball that cost the Dodgers in a 3-2 loss to the Phillies in 10 innings on Tuesday night.

  • LA's Cuban 2B Guerrero on a Triple-A tear

    Dodgers manager Don Mattingly moved to dampen expectations for Cuban infielder Alex Guerrero, who has been tearing it up at Triple-A Albuquerque since returning from the disabled list.

  • Hamels set for '14 debut against Greinke

    Cole Hamels makes his 2014 debut against Zack Greinke on Wednesday night. The Phillies' lefty, who started the season on the disabled list because of left biceps tendinitis, has good numbers at Dodger Stadium but has struggled in his first starts of the season during his career.

  • Shaken-up Gordon passes concussion test

    Dodgers second baseman Dee Gordon was dinged up while all but single-handedly generating the tying run in the seventh inning on Tuesday night, his 26th birthday. He had to come out of the game but later passed his concussion test and was OK.

  • Kershaw teed up for rehab after 'pen session

    Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw threw an impressive bullpen session on Tuesday that should set him up for a Minor League rehab start with Class A Rancho Cucamonga on Friday.

  • Kershaws lead Dream Center event

    Dodgers wives have committed to a season-long series of outreach projects in conjunction with The Dream Center, a volunteer-driven organization that finds and fills the needs of over 50,000 individuals and families each month.

  • Fantasy Camp returns to Dodgertown in November

    The Dodgers Adult Baseball Camp will be held from Nov. 9-15 at Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Fla., which is now owned by a group headed by former Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley.

  • Dodgers name training room after Dr. Jobe

    The Dodgers on Monday dedicated and officially named the home clubhouse training room at Dodger Stadium after longtime team doctor and sports medicine pioneer Frank Jobe, who died last month.

  • Listless Dodgers shut down by Phils' Lee

    Cliff Lee was dominant, holding the Dodgers scoreless on four hits over eight innings while retiring 20 straight at one point, but Los Angeles didn't do itself any favors with some sloppy defense and baserunning in a 7-0 loss on Monday night at Chavez Ravine.

  • Kershaw on pace to start in Minors on Friday

    Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw will throw a bullpen session on Tuesday that will set him up to begin a Minor League rehab assignment Friday.

  • Figgins to Triple-A as LA calls up Dominguez

    Despite five off-days in the last three weeks, a worn-down bullpen resulted in the Dodgers optioning veteran utility man Chone Figgins to Triple-A Albuquerque to make room for the recall of reliever Jose Dominguez.

  • Puig hits key homer in LA's gutsy three-hitter

    After Adrian Gonzalez was intentionally walked ahead of him, Yasiel Puig lined a three-run homer off Josh Collmenter with two outs in the sixth inning Sunday, and the Dodgers beat the D-backs, 4-1.

  • Kershaw goes 'full effort' in simulated game

    After throwing a three-inning simulated game at max effort on Sunday, Clayton Kershaw expects to begin a Minors rehab assignment next.

  • Ellis continues rapid rehab by catching Kershaw

    The surprise in Sunday's simulated game wasn't that Clayton Kershaw pitched three innings without pain, but that A.J. Ellis caught three innings without pain.

  • LA looking to eliminate same defensive miscues

    The Washington Nationals, with 20 errors, are the only team in the National League having committed more miscues than the Dodgers' 19.

  • Dodgers erase four-run deficit to back Haren

    Trailing by four runs after three innings, the Dodgers got a three-run homer from Andre Ethier in the fourth inning and erupted for five runs in the fifth to take control en route to an 8-6 victory over the D-backs on Saturday night in Los Angeles.

  • Dodgers' Ryu to raise funds for ferry tragedy

    Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu, continuing his charitable efforts in the wake of a disaster in his homeland, will make a special appearance Sunday at the team's Viva Los Dodgers fan event before the game against the D-backs at Dodger Stadium.

  • Puig sits as Mattingly continues OF rotation

    Yasiel Puig's non-start Saturday against the D-backs is just part of the Dodgers' evolving four-outfielder rotation, manager Don Mattingly said before the game at Dodger Stadium.