Dodgers 5, Giants 4: Praise A-God

Today was the most important game of the season to date, and the Dodgers gutted out a marathon 14-inning victory, 5-4, over the rival Giants, thus extending their divisional lead to 4.5 games. A tight, back-and-forth affair through most of the game before it hit a lull in extras, there were tons of scoring chances…


Dodgers 5, Cubs 2: Late rally wins it

Mat Latos pitched pretty well through four innings, but the Dodger bullpen and a 7th-inning rally gave the Dodgers a 5-2 win on Saturday night. Latos gave up one run in the second on a sacrifice fly by Addison Russell. Carl Crawford caught the ball in foul territory, so an argument could be made that…

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Dodgers 5, Reds 1: A win? What’s this?

The Dodgers snapped a season-worst 5-game losing streak comfortably by a 5-1 score in Cincinnati on Tuesday night, but the game wasn’t without some manufactured drama. More on that shortly. First, the Dodgers scored five runs. It was the first time since Aug. 15 they had accomplished such a feat. They did so on the…


Astros 3, Dodgers 2: Winless week

Clayton Kershaw pitched great, the Dodgers had a lead in the ninth inning and still lost in extra innings to the Astros 3-2. Houston swept the series and the Dodgers’ losing streak is now at five games. Chase Utley got things started in the first inning with a line drive double into the left field…


Astros 3, Dodgers 0: Dumpster Fiers

The Dodgers were no-hit by Mike Fiers tonight, which … well it’s certainly depressing and enthusiasm sapping. Brett Anderson surrendered three runs on seven hits and no walks in six innings of work. Anderson also struck out five in a solid outing that was ruined by two homers. Jake Marisnick, who until today hadn’t homered…