Dodgers News

  • Hernandez labors as Dodgers' lead down to 3

    Roberto Hernandez pitched in front of the home folks for the first time, and he didn't have his best stuff, though he didn't get much help from either his offense or his defense in a 4-1 loss to the Padres at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday night.

  • Greinke pushed back 2 days but will avoid DL

    Clayton Kershaw will start Thursday night and Zack Greinke will be pushed back to Saturday to rest an irritated elbow, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said.

  • Mattingly: Ryu will not need rehab games

    Hyun-Jin Ryu still is more than a week away from being eligible for reinstatement from the disabled list with a strained right gluteus muscle.

  • It's Padres' outfield glut vs. Kershaw in finale

    Tyson Ross starts for the Padres opposite the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw, moved up a day to replace Zack Greinke, as the teams complete a three-game series at Dodger Stadium on Thursday night.

  • Padres' challenge against Dodgers goes unrewarded

    The Padres' Rymer Liriano was called out at third in the eighth inning on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, a ruling that manager Bud Black challenged. The umpire's call was confirmed, that third baseman Justin Turner got the tag down.

  • Dodgers nip slide behind Crawford's big night

    The Dodgers avoided their first four-game losing streak of the year Tuesday night, rallying from three runs down to beat the resurgent Padres, 8-6.

  • Dodgers cut down runner at third to seal win

    First baseman Adrian Gonzalez cut off a throw from center fielder Yasiel Puig, saw the Padres' Abraham Almonte rounding third base aggressively and fired to Miguel Rojas for a tag play that -- after a review -- finalized the Dodgers' 8-6 win Tuesday night.

  • Moore: MLB still Magic for African-Americans

    According to a growing consensus, African-Americans are disciples of football and basketball these days, but not particularly fond of the game Jackie Robinson courageously helped to integrate. Sorry, but I don't believe that. For those who do, they're not paying attention.

  • Dodgers recall Arruebarrena, insert to lineup

    The Dodgers recalled Erisbel Arruebarrena from Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday and immediately inserted him at shortstop -- a position where he's proven defensively capable and where manager Don Mattingly thinks he can provide an offensive boost. The club optioned infielder Carlos Triunfel back to Albuquerque.

  • Dodgers' Perez solid in first rehab outing

    Dodgers right-hander Chris Perez pitched for the first time since going on the disabled list on Aug. 4, starting Monday night's game for Class A Rancho Cucamonga.

  • Ryu playing catch, no timetable for return

    Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu played catch before Tuesday's series opener with the Padres, testing out his strained right gluteus on the day he was originally scheduled to start.

  • Colletti looking to make waiver deals to boost Dodgers

    The Dodgers are trying to make waiver deals for a reliever and power bat off the bench. If general manager Ned Colletti's track record in August is an indication, it's likely to happen.

  • Adrian helps LA children shop for return to school

    Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez spent part of his off-day on Monday helping local children prepare for their return to school.

  • Dodgers take their swings for a good cause

    Drew Butera represented the Dodgers at the 12th annual Charity Golf Invitational, benefiting the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, at Trump National Golf Course on Monday.

  • Sarah's Take: Dodgers dealing with injuries

    Despite not doing much at the non-waiver Trade Deadline, Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti has attempted to fill the needs as they arise, but the injuries have come too fast this past week.

  • Dodgers topped in series finale to drop third straight

    Dan Haren lasted just three innings in Sunday's 7-2 loss, allowing six runs (three earned) on five hits and three walks. The loss marked the first time the first-place Dodgers have been swept this season and the fifth time the Dodgers have lost to the Brewers in six games.