The Dodgers tied a Major League record with their 13th consecutive Interleague victory, capitalizing on a Tigers defensive miscue with an Adrian Gonzalez RBI single in the seventh inning en route to a 3-0 win Saturday at Comerica Park.
Baseball’s hottest team added another piece Friday, as the National League West-leading Dodgers acquired former All-Star outfielder Curtis Granderson from the Mets and cash in exchange for cash or a player to be named.
Curtis Granderson to the Dodgers? Come on. That’s just being greedy, isn’t it? More like being smart. The Dodgers haven’t been to the World Series since 1988, and they know that while they have a good chance to end that drought in October — it won’t be easy. It will be anything but, given that […]
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig embraced the nickname Wild Horse bestowed upon him from iconic broadcaster Vin Scully, and will wear it across his back as part of the Players Weekend celebration.
The Dodgers didn’t need to clear the spacious fences of Comerica Park to put on a show in Motown. Chris Taylor hit two of their six doubles, both for RBIs, in a four-hit game as Los Angeles outpaced the Tigers for an 8-5 win Friday night at Comerica Park.
Two pitchers with seasons trending in opposite directions will face off at Comerica Park on Saturday afternoon, as the Dodgers’ Hyun-Jin Ryu goes to the mound against the Tigers’ Michael Fulmer.
Lately, there’s a ridiculously silly narrative going around that if the Dodgers do not win the 2017 World Series, this magical season will be some kind of failure. This is dumb beyond our usual threshold.
To find the “catalyst” or “spark plug” in the Dodgers’ lineup, look no further than to Chris Taylor, the leadoff man who has been a key cog during the club’s historic season.
On Wednesday, it was Yasiel Puig’s turn to take a Gatorade bath, after knocking a two-run walk-off double to seal the Dodgers’ 5-4 win against the White Sox.
Clayton Kershaw’s return the Dodgers took another step forward on Wednesday with a 38-pitch simulated game at Dodger Stadium.
Yasiel Puig’s two-run double in the ninth capped a three-run rally as the Dodgers added another chapter to their magical season with a dramatic 5-4 walk-off victory over the White Sox on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, completing a four-game season sweep of the Interleague set.