Dodgers News

  • Kemp's walk-off RBI in 10th keeps LA rolling

    Matt Kemp homered in the second, scored a go-ahead run in the eighth and delivered a walk-off single in the 10th as the Dodgers edged the Braves, 3-2, on Wednesday night for their fifth win in a row.

  • Still feeling the fire, Scully drawn back to booth

    At 86 years old, Vin Scully still feels an amazing amount of passion for the game of baseball, and that made his decision to return to the Dodgers broadcast booth for a 66th season in 2015 an easy one.

  • Kershaw looks to extend historic run vs. Braves

    Clayton Kershaw, 9-0 with a 0.94 ERA since he last lost on May 28, goes after the Dodgers' sixth straight victory in Thursday night's series finale with the Braves at Dodger Stadium. Atlanta will counter with Julio Teheran.

  • LA options Barney, sends righty to finish deal

    The Dodgers optioned infielder Darwin Barney to Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday and completed his trade by sending Minor League right-hander Jonathan Martinez to the Cubs as the player to be named.

  • Haren to start Friday; Ryu gets an extra day

    While the Dodgers are rumored to be in talks for just about every starting pitcher on the market leading to Thursday's Trade Deadline, they have scheduled Dan Haren to start Friday night against the Cubs.

  • Scully to return to Dodgers booth for 66th season

    Broadcasting legend Vin Scully will return to the Dodgers broadcast booth for an unprecedented 66th season in 2015.

  • Kemp homers twice as LA wins fourth straight

    Matt Kemp went deep twice, Yasiel Puig went 4-for-5 and fell a homer shy of the cycle and Adrian Gonzalez had three hits and two RBIs as the Dodgers topped the Braves, 8-4, on Tuesday night for their fourth straight victory.

  • Mattingly doesn't expect big moves at Deadline

    Despite rumored links to star pitchers Jon Lester, Cole Hamels and the like, manager Don Mattingly said he's "not expecting anything huge" for the Dodgers before Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline.

  • Dodgers All-Access brings out stars past and present

    Most of the Dodgers enjoyed a day off Monday after returning home from San Francisco. But the organization stayed busy with the first Dodgers All-Access event in the evening at Dodger Stadium, which brought fans together with some of the team's greatest players and luminaries, past and present.

  • Dodgers part with left-hander Elbert

    The Dodgers reinstated left-hander Scott Elbert from the 60-day disabled list Tuesday, then designated him for assignment.

  • Justice: Kemp presents tough call for LA

    No team faces a tougher decision on a player than the Dodgers do on Matt Kemp. There's potentially a huge downside to trading him. There may also be an even greater downside. Nice, huh?

  • LA has chips to deal, but won't be forced

    The priority area of concern for Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti isn't trading an outfielder but acquiring a starter and reliever, and no deal is imminent.

  • Dodgers fortify infield with trade for Barney

    The Dodgers acquired middle infielder Darwin Barney and cash considerations from the Chicago Cubs on Monday for a player to be named or cash.

  • Dodgers pad West lead with sweep of Giants

    The Dodgers played so well in their sweep of the Giants this weekend that even Jake Peavy couldn't beat them. Sunday's 4-3 victory meant the club is unbeaten in three games since manager Don Mattingly put Yasiel Puig in center field and flipped Adrian Gonzalez and Hanley Ramirez in the batting order.

  • Ethier odd man out in Dodgers' outfield

    The Dodgers' new starting outfield alignment means a greater reduction in playing time for Andre Ethier than Scott Van Slyke, manager Don Mattingly indicated Sunday.

  • Seager remains on top in Dodgers' updated Top 20 list

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams.