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Pinch-runner Skip Schumaker scored on the second wild pitch by Anthony Varvaro in the 10th inning, giving the Los Angeles Dodgers a 2-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Friday night.

Dodgers select RHP Chris Anderson with 18th pick of 2013 MLB Draft + analysis

With the 18th pick of the 2013 MLB Draft, the Dodgers selected right-handed pitcher Chris Anderson out of Jacksonville University. Follow Chris Anderson On Twitter Your browser does not support iframes. Chris Anderson wasn’t ranked near 18th by the most respected publications, but because of the lack of clear-cut tiers in this year’s draft, it’s hard to say this was a reach...

Dodgers: Matt Magill to start Sunday in place of Ted Lilly

Ted Lilly will not make his scheduled Sunday start against the Atlanta Braves. Lilly is dealing with a neck issue and has made just five starts this season after beginning the year late due to a strained rib cage. In Lilly’s place the Dodgers will start Matt Magill. Magill has struggled during his stints in the majors posting 6.38 ERA and a 1.88 WHIP in five starts. The Dodgers...

Gophers pitcher Tom Windle drafted by Dodgers

MINNEAPOLIS Gophers left-hander Tom Windle is one step closer to his big league dream. The Los Angeles Dodgers took Windle with the 56th overall pick in the second round of Thursday's draft. Windle was 6-4 with a 2.14 ERA in 14 starts for the University of Minnesota this year. Earlier this season, Windle tossed a no-hitter in a 3-0 win against Western Illinois. A graduate of...

Dodgers expect Matt Kemp to return when eligible

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly told Ken Gurnick of that he believes center fielder Matt Kemp will be ready to return from the disabled list when he’s eligible to be activated on June 15. Mattingly said he believes Matt Kemp will return June 14, his first day eligible. He will play in a rehab game first. — Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) June 7, 2013 Prior...

Video: Yasiel Puig hits first career grand slam, Vin Scully loses it

Tweet Los Angeles Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig has made quite the impression in his first MLB regular season action. Since his June 3 major league debut, all Puig has done is single in his first career at-bat, have a multi-home run game and save a Dodgers victory with an assist late in a game [...]

Dodgers injury update: Lilly, Crawford, Ramirez, Eillis

While we can revel in welcoming the Los Angeles Dodgers' rookie sensation Yasiel Puig to the Majors, we can also forget about the injured players that have helped make Puig's debut possible. Like many other teams. the Dodgers have had their share of injuries to key players throughout the early part of the 2013 season. Here is an update on some of those key players, courtesy...

LAD-NYY relive 1963 World Series in Old Timer's Game

LOS ANGELES The old and the new from the history of Dodger baseball gathered at Dodger Stadium Saturday for the teams first Oldtimers Game since 1995. Prior to the main attraction, Hall of Famers and stars from the Dodgers and Yankees got together to re-visit some of the 1963 World Series with the game ending appropriately in a 1-1 tie. The Dodgers swept the Yankees in 1963...

Dodgers rumors: Mets a fit for Andre Ethier?

Last week, Buster Olney of ESPN reported that the Los Angeles Dodgers could eventually decide to trade outfielder Andre Ethier. If they do, Matthew Cerrone of Mets Blog believes he could be a solid gamble for the New York Metropolitans. Ethier signed a six-year, $95.5 million contract with the Dodgers last season. CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman spoke with rival executives that...

History of No. 56 pick -- Dodgers' 2nd-rounder -- has talent, but no real studs

The MLB Draft is just a few hours away. The Dodgers have picks No. 18 and 56 today. Last year, I looked at the history of the No. 18 pick. Instead of just rehashing the list, just add Corey Seager to that list to get a feel for the type of player the Dodgers could possible land at the pick. The Dodgers originally held the No. 19 pick, but since the Brewers signed Kyle Lohse...

Medlen Slams Braves Past Dodgers

Kris Medlen hit a solo homer and pitched  6 2/3 shutout innings as the Atlanta  Braves defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday night, 2-1.  The win gives the Braves a chance to split the series Sunday afternoon. After a Dan Uggla solo shot, and a B.J. Upton strikeout, Braves starting pitcher Kris Medlen belted a solo shot of his own. The home run was the 1st of Medlen’s big...

MLB Youth Movement: Yasiel Puig, Manny Machado

After last year's amazing performances by Bryce Harper and Mike Trout, it was hard to imagine seeing another pair of dominant young players like that this year. Once again, though, major league baseball continues to surprise. Let's take a look at a couple of young players that are killing it this year, and a couple that well... aren't performing the way we hoped. ...

A Puig and a Poke: Braves Shut Out in Los Angeles

Tim Hudson was sharp for his 2nd straight outing on Thursday night, but it wasn’t enough as the Dodgers shut out the Braves, 5-0. Hudson ended the night throwing 7 innings, 4H, 1ER, and 5K. After an Andre Eithier double in the 2nd, Hudson sat down 15 straight Dodger hitters.  Although Hudson had a solid outing, the Braves bats did not give him any support. After a Van Slyke single...

Tommy John Surgery: Breaking Down the Game’s Most Famous Procedure

Why is Tommy John surgery so common? (Credit)  The very first Tommy John Surgery was performed by Dr. Frank Jobe in 1974. At the time, it was a revolutionary surgery that revitalized the career of a pitcher on the Los Angeles Dodgers named Tommy John. Most, if not all baseball fans now know of Tommy John Surgery. One of the most famous reconstructive surgeries in sports history...
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