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Tweet Going into the bottom of the eighth inning, the Los Angeles Dodgers needed some magic to avoid going back to Atlanta for game five. They got it in the form of a Juan Uribe two-run homer. Kenley Jansen then came in to strikeout the side in the ninth, giving the Dodgers a 4-3 win […]
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So, that was a pretty good game, no? I had a chance to be
there, but just couldn’t make it work, logistically. Man, am I regret that.
But, all that matters is the Dodgers won and are on their
way to the National League Championship Series.
It started around 12 p.m. on Wednesday, when the Dodgers
announced Clayton Kershaw would start on three day’s rest. He responded...
Juan Uribe powered the Dodgers to a 4-3 series clinching victory in game 4 of the NLDS (photo credit: Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports)
After a tremendous summer run, Dodger Stadium still has some magic left.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are heading to the National League Championship Series after they defeated the Atlanta Braves 4-3 in game 4 of the National League Division Series....
As the Dodgers are still celebrating their epic Game 4 NLDS victory, Matt Kemp will be going under the knife.
Kemp will undergo a left shoulder clean up on his A-C joint, the team said on Tuesday, and expected to be ready for spring training.
Proud of my boys! Let's keep this ride going! DemBoysInBlue hungry! LA postseason NLDS Matt Kemp (@TheRealMattKemp) October 8, 2013
The man of the day, Juan Uribe.
Vindicated, in a way.
Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp show why he’s a clubhouse favorite.
Puig destroys a TBS camera while Uribe is interviewed.
Hanley Ramirez goes nuts (also notice Adrian Gonzalez laughing at Hanley before Puig dumps him):
Nick Punto AKA The Shredder gets shredded by Brian Wilson and Peter...
Puig-mania has been fascinating, but is it going to inflate the outfielder’s draft stock too much in 2014?You hear a lot about sample size, particularly when it pertains to Yasiel Puig‘s historic start, but how big is big enough? Three months? A whole season? Longer?Yesterday we looked at the Most Underrated Players of 2013 and asked for your votes. Many of you responded, and...
The Los Angeles Dodgers really want to close out this National League Division Series. They want to end the series tonight so badly that the club may turn to Clayton Kershaw on short rest. Kershaw pitched game one of the series and has had three days rest.
Ken Gurnick and Austin Laymance of MLB.com say that while Ricky Nolasco is listed as the Game Four starter, Kershaw...
The Dodgers plan to start veteran right-hander Ricky Nolasco -- and not ace left-hander Clayton Kershaw -- in Game 4 of the National League division series on Monday Dodgers pitching coach Rick Honeycutt told the The Times.
The Dodgers had considered using Kershaw on short rest if they faced elimination Monday. However after the Dodgers' 13-6 victory over the Atlanta Braves...
In the bottom of the 8th inning, trailing 3-2, and with superhuman phenom Yasiel Puig standing on second base, Don Mattingly and Fredi Gonzalez engaged in a battle to see who could hurt their team the most by out-textbooking the…Read more →
Enjoy last night, Matt? I hope so, because it is time for you to start rehabbing...
2013 was supposed to be the year Matt Kemp reemerged as B E A S T M O D E...
2013 turned out to he the year of the hibernating Bison.
Matty Kemp missed more than half the season appearing in only 73 games, including all of the postseason with a bum ankle. And ankle...
The Los Angeles Dodgers made a decision that was met with skepticism yesterday afternoon, announcing they would start ace Clayton Kershaw on short rest in an effort to close out the Atlanta Braves in Game 4 of the NLDS. Their decision wound up working, as they advanced past the Braves and to the NLCS with a 4-3 victory.
Yesterday's appearance marked Kershaw's first start...
The Los Angeles Dodgers were flirting with the idea of pitching ace Clayton Kershaw on short rest for Game 4 of the NLDS against the Atlanta Braves on Monday, and they announced that they would be going forward with the plan. While the move may allow them to clinch the series on Monday, I think […]
The Dodgers proved that they’re the team to beat in the National League last night, by overcoming an early 2-0 deficit to the Atlanta Braves and a rocky start by Hyun-Jin Ryu in his playoff debut to win 13-6 in the first Dodger Stadium playoff game of 2013.
Julio Teheran came out throwing hard, but was leaving balls down the middle of the plate. The Dodgers...
I’m surprised this doesn’t happen more.
After the Los Angeles Dodgers eliminated the Atlanta Braves in the NLDS, Yasiel Puig went to give teammate/folk hero Juan Uribe a much deserved gatorade shower.
Unfortunately there was a camera between Uribe and Puig and the Cuban star ended up pouring the gatorade all over the camera, rendering it obsolete.
Dodgers Yasil Puig was so excited about the Game 4 NLDS victory over the Atlanta Braves on Monday, the outfielder wanted to celebrate teammate’s Juan Uribe’s 2-run home run by showering him with Gatorade while he was being interviewed by Craig Sager. Unfortunately, Puig came from behind the camera and ended up giving TBS cameras a shower too.
What comes next? A cartoon come...
Juan Uribe hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the eighth inning
after Clayton Kershaw started on short rest for the Dodgers in a
4-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Monday night, sending Los
Angeles into the National League championship series for the first
time since 2009.