Right-hander Jhoulys Chacin, one of the only pitchers to beat the Dodgers in recent weeks, will toe the rubber for the Padres when they face the National League West leaders and left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu on Saturday at Dodger Stadium.
All year long the Dodgers have gotten production from their entire roster as they built the best record in the Majors.
The red-hot Dodgers return home from a nine-game road trip to face the Padres this weekend. Then again, the Dodgers have been red-hot since San Diego’s first trip to Los Angeles — on Opening Day.
It’s nice to be manager of the Dodgers. When you have a need and the resources, upper management goes out and fills it. Such was the case when Clayton Kershaw went on the disabled list with a lower back strain on July 24 and a week later the Dodgers obtained Yu Darvish from the Rangers […]
The Dodgers saw the best of Yu Darvish in New York. What they got six nights later wasn’t the best, but it was good enough.
Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger will be among the Dodgers’ participants when MLB and the MLB Players Association hold their inaugural Players Weekend on Aug. 25-27.
Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig, whose seventh-inning two-out RBI single was the difference in the Dodgers’ 3-2 win over the D-backs on Wednesday night, was out of the lineup Thursday night as a precautionary measure for leg soreness.
One of the reasons the Dodgers traded for starting pitcher Yu Darvish last week walked into the clubhouse at Chase Field on Wednesday. Julio Urias came by to see the team he can’t help in October, speaking with the media for the first time about his season-ending anterior shoulder capsule surgery.
In Anthony Banda’s most recent outing last Friday, he registered a major milestone: his first career big league win. The 23-year-old left-hander will try to double his career win total Thursday but will face a steep challenge when he and the D-backs take on Yu Darvish in his second Dodgers start.
Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig drove in runs with two out in the seventh inning against former teammate Zack Greinke, and Alex Wood ran his record to 14-1 as the Dodgers rallied Wednesday night for a 3-2 win over the D-backs at Chase Field.
After a rare loss Tuesday night, the Dodgers returned to their comebacking ways Wednesday night, with the bottom of the batting order rallying to beat the D-backs, 3-2.