Being in the visiting dugout will be different, but so much will remain the same for Don Mattingly when the Marlins open their four-game series with the Dodgers on Monday at Dodger Stadium.
The Dodgers face roster decisions Monday when left fielder Carl Crawford and right-handed reliever Louis Coleman could rejoin the club.
First baseman Adrian Gonzalez is at it again with another quick start to the season, placing him among a group of worthy Dodgers listed on the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, which was released on Sunday.
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner missed his second start with a bruised left big toe on Sunday, but manager Dave Roberts expressed optimism about a return to the lineup for Monday’s homestand opener.
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig showed off several of his amazing tools in Sunday’s 12-10 win over the Rockies, robbing Brandon Barnes of extra bases by sprinting to grab his line drive, then holding on while slamming his body into the right-field fence at Coors Field.
Marking the kickoff of All-Star voting, the Dodgers on Sunday won a zany Coors Field slugfest, 12-10, in spite of themselves, with Chase Utley and Kenley Jansen stepping up in the ninth inning the way All-Stars should.
As the Los Angeles Dodgers packed their bags, and headed for Denver International Airport on Sunday evening, they were thankful to get out of Coors Field with a 12-10 victory, which allowed them to claim two of three from the Rockies and take a 2 1/2-game lead over the D-backs. The Dodgers open a weeklong […]
Rick Monday played 19 seasons in the big leagues, made two-time All-Star squads, appeared in the World Series two times and was a member of the 1981 Dodgers world championship team.
Chase Utley’s two-out double capped off a five-run ninth inning that gave the Dodgers an 12-10 victory over the Rockies and secured a series victory in a wild weekend at Coors Field.
In the past century, no pitcher has started a career quite like the Dodgers’ Kenta Maeda. Even Coors Field could not slow down the 28-year-old Japan native on Saturday night, as he took a no-hitter into the sixth and finished with 6 1/3 scoreless innings in a 4-1 win over the Rockies.
Jordan Lyles, who tossed seven scoreless innings the last time out against the Reds, looks to pick up his first home victory, as he faces Alex Wood of the Dodgers at Coors Field. Wood has an 8.00 ERA in two road starts.