Dodgers News

  • Dodgers fall short despite solid Maholm

    Paul Maholm, like Josh Beckett before him, did his part Wednesday night with six solid innings that were wasted by the Dodgers, who lost, 2-1, to the Giants and temporarily lost Hanley Ramirez to another injury.

  • X-rays negative on Hanley's hand after HBP

    Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez said he hopes to play Thursday after escaping serious injury when he was hit on the back of the left hand by a Ryan Vogelsong pitch in the seventh inning of Wednesday night's 2-1 loss to the Giants.

  • Dodgers look to tame Bumgarner's arm, bat

    Giants ace left-hander Madison Bumgarner starts for the Giants on Thursday seeking a series sweep, which provides Dodgers manager Don Mattingly a built-in explanation for which outfielders he will start.

  • Dodgers lose challenge on pickoff play

    The Dodgers lost a manager's review in the second inning Wednesday night when Matt Kemp was picked off first base by Giants pitcher Ryan Vogelsong.

  • Dodgers relieved Billingsley only has tendinitis

    Dodgers pitcher Chad Billingsley, currently on the disabled list, has tendinitis in his right elbow, but no further ligament damage, an MRI revealed Wednesday.

  • Kershaw continues progress in injury recovery

    Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, currently on the disabled list, came out of his bullpen session Tuesday well enough to play catch from 100 feet Wednesday and flip breaking balls on flat ground.

  • Puig issues statement about magazine article

    Through his agent, Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig declined Wednesday to respond to an article by Los Angeles Magazine detailing the Cuban defector's harrowing journey to the Major Leagues.

  • League allows winner as Dodgers lose in 12th

    Hector Sanchez singled home Brandon Crawford with two out in the bottom of the 12th inning Tuesday night for the Giants' 3-2 walk-off win over the Dodgers on Jackie Robinson Day.

  • Jackie Robinson Day resonates with Dodgers

    Paul Maholm is one of the newest Dodgers, but he appreciates the franchise's legacy, especially when it comes to Jackie Robinson.

  • Dodgers' prospect tosses six no-hit frames

    Led by left-hander Chris Reed, the Dodgers No. 6 prospect, Double-A Chattanooga came within one inning of a combined no-hitter Wednesday against Jacksonville. Despite losing the no-hit bid in the ninth, the Lookouts were able to hold on for a 5-4 victory.

  • Billingsley to have MRI after elbow acts up

    Dodgers pitcher Chad Billingsley, currently on the disabled list, cut short a bullpen session at AT&T Park on Tuesday with discomfort in his repaired right elbow and quickly headed back to Los Angeles for an MRI.

  • Dodgers activate Wilson, send down Paco

    The Dodgers on Tuesday activated reliever Brian Wilson off the disabled list and optioned reliever Paco Rodriguez to Triple-A Albuquerque.

  • Kershaw's velocity up in bullpen session

    Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw threw a bullpen session Tuesday and showed his best velocity since being injured. Kershaw threw 26 pitches in the AT&T Park bullpen, with manager Don Mattingly and pitching coach Rick Honeycutt watching and trainer Stan Conte monitoring velocity with an app.

  • Dodgers prospect Pederson stays hot

    Center fielder Joc Pederson, the Dodgers' No. 2 prospect and No. 34 overall, continued his blistering start to the season Tuesday.

  • Preparation gives Dodgers' catchers an edge

    One day after last week's left knee surgery, A.J. Ellis was back at work in the pregame catchers meeting that precedes the pregame pitchers meeting.

  • Jackie: An American hero with SoCal roots

    Jackie Robinson is an American story, but he's also a Southern California story. This is where the legendary figure began his journey, where that competitive spirit, resolve and high intelligence that would carry him through life and change a nation took root and formed.

  • Adrian homers in fourth straight as LA sweeps

    Adrian Gonzalez, Matt Kemp and Juan Uribe homered as Dan Haren improved to 2-0 and the Dodgers completed a sweep of the D-backs on Sunday at Chase Field. Gonzalez finished the series with three homers and 10 RBIs.

  • Dodgertown to host Jackie Robinson Game

    The first Jackie Robinson Celebration Game will be played Tuesday at Holman Stadium at Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Fla., matching Class A Advanced Florida State League teams Lakeland (Tigers) and Brevard County (Brewers).