1. Dodgers to Sign Mike Carp

    The Dodgers have signed first baseman/outfielder Mike Carp, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com (via Twitter). Carp's deal will be worth $1MM if he reaches the major league team...

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  2. Bill Plunkett on Twitter

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  3. Dodgers Defeat Padres 11-8 Behind Home Run Barrage

    It was a home run barrage on Saturday at the pitcher friendly Petco Park in San Diego . The stadium that is notorious for not allowing home runs, yielded seven long balls during the game...

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  4. McCarthy Exits with Trainer Shaking His Arm

    Brandon McCarthy serves up a homer to Justin Upton, then walks off the field with the trainer shaking his arm.....

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  5. Joel Peralta Dealing with a “dead Arm”, Could Go on the DL

    Dodgers reliever Joel Peralta said he is dealing with a “dead arm” and could need a stint on the disabled list, MLB .com's Ken Gurnick reports. Peralta reports feeling no pain, but also said he doesn't have any strength in his shoulder...

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  6. Dodgers' Losing Streak Ends as Roster Machinations Continue

    As Yasiel Puig extended his right leg in a futile attempt to beat a throw to first base in the sixth inning of a 3-0 victory over the San Diego Padres Friday night, he felt something in his left hamstring...

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  7. Zack Greinke Relaxed, Pitching at High Level for Los Angeles Dodgers

    Remember when the Los Angeles Dodgers were still courting Zack Greinke three winters ago and people kept wondering how comfortable he would be pitching in the nation's second-largest ...

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  8. Yasiel Puig Re-Aggravates Hamstring Injury in Dodgers' 3-0 Win over Padres

    The Dodgers won the game but lost their right fielder Friday. Yasiel Puig re-aggravated the left hamstring strain that caused him to miss four games last week running out a ground ball in the sixth inning of a 3-0 win over San Diego Padres ...

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  9. Greinke Shuts Down Padres to Help Dodgers to 3-0 Win

    SAN DIEGO -- Zack Greinke extended his mastery of NL West opponents by holding the San Diego Padres to four hits in seven innings, and Carl Crawford homered to help the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 3-0 victory Friday night...

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  10. Yasiel Puig Has the Perfect Solution to the Dodgers' Absurd TV Blackout

    It looked like the long negotiating impasse that has kept 70% of Los Angeles-area households from watching the Dodgers at home was coming to an end, but a rumored deal between Time ...

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  11. Mattingly Deftly Manages Deep Dodgers Roster

    Dodgers rookie infielder Alex Guerrero is hitting .474. He has to play, right? It can't be that complicated, can it? I mean, it just can't be. Hey, there's nothing easier -- or more enjoyable -- than telling another guy how to run his baseball team...

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  12. Dodgers Are Swept by San Francisco Giants; Alex Guerrero Homers Again

    In a three-game sweep by the San Francisco Giants that concluded Thursday with a 3-2 defeat in 10 innings, the Dodgers scored a total of six runs...

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  13. Reasons to Be Patient with 5 Troubling Early-Season Los Angeles Dodger Starts

    Two weeks into the Los Angeles Dodgers' season, the team sits near the top of the NL West. They are not off to the same blistering start as a team like the New York Mets , but much of the season has nonetheless been relatively positive...

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  14. Guerrero's Solo Homer

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  15. Dodgers Recall Mike Bolsinger, Option Chris Heisey to Triple-a

    LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers on Thursday recalled Mike Bolsinger from Triple-A Oklahoma City to start the series finale against the Giants at AT&T Park at San Francisco...

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  16. 40th-man shuffle continues as Dodgers acquire Xavier Cedeno

    Catch and release, baby, catch and release. It's the front office's new game, which I suppose at least passes away those idle hours.....

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  17. X-Rays Negative on Dodgers Catcher A.J. Ellis' Right Hand

    Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis said Wednesday night that X-rays on his right hand, injured earlier in a game against the San Francisco Giants , were negative.....

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  18. Dodgers Frustrated by Non-Call in Ninth in Loss to Giants

    SAN FRANCISCO — They say you can throw both teams' records out the window when the Dodgers play the Giants .....

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  19. Dodgers Lose to Giants in History-Making Pitchers' Matchup

    On a night when Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner made history by starting opposite each other, the game was decided by pitchers of considerably less stature.....

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  20. Puig's Diving Grab

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  21. Saving on Saves: Dodgers Thrive with Low-Budget Bullpen

    During Ned Colletti's tenure as the general manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers , a hallmark of the franchise was lavish spending on relief pitchers.....

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  22. Dodgers Recall Chris Heisey from Triple-a

    In anticipation of their clash with San Francisco Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner, the Los Angeles Dodgers recalled outfielder Chris Heisey from Triple-A Oklahoma City prior to Wednesday's game at AT&T Park...

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  23. Final: Giants Snap Dodgers' Win Streak with Well-Placed Offense

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Brett Anderson must have felt like he was in danger of bleeding out from a series of paper cuts...

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  24. Dodgers Don't Have a Comeback for San Francisco

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  25. There's Help on the Way for the Los Angeles Dodgers' Rotation

    LOS ANGELES -- It's not exactly a stunner that the Los Angeles Dodgers have gotten off to the second-best start in the National League after two weeks, but it's at least mildly intriguing that they have done it with below-average starting pitching...

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