Game 70: Offensive outburst bails out the Dodgers’ bullpen.

Corey Seager

Dave Roberts welcomes Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager into the dugout. The Dodgers defeated the Brewers 10-6 on Saturday. (John McCoy/Staff photographer)

Dodgers starter Mike Bolsinger was knocked out in the third inning, but the Dodgers found a way to beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 10-6 on Saturday. The box score is here. The photo gallery is here.

Joe Blanton is enjoying his comeback, writes colleague Mark Whicker. The Dodgers want Hyun-Jin Ryu to get his pitches up to speed.

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Game 69: After two 10th-inning walks, Justin Turner walks off the Brewers.

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Justin Turner watches a home run headed for the Dodgers’ bullpen in the first inning of the Dodgers’ 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday. (Hans Gutknecht/Staff photographer)

Justin Turner drove in all the Dodgers’ runs and Julio Urias threw five shutout innings in a 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday at Dodger Stadium. The box score is here.

Dave Roberts was comfortable with the circumstances surrounding Thursday’s infighting, but said he doesn’t have a problem with the team’s intensity.

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Game 68: Two comebacks go for naught in loss to Milwaukee Brewers.

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The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Dodgers, 8-6 on Thursday. (Getty Images)

The Dodgers twice came back from three-run deficits Thursday, only to lose 8-6 to the Milwaukee Brewers. The box score is here.

Alex Wood got some good news: he’ll begin a throwing program next week.

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Game 67: Clayton Kershaw’s win-to-loss ratio is pretty good, too.

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Paul Goldschmidt drove in a run against Clayton Kershaw on Wednesday with this single off the top of the left field wall at Chase Field. A video review confirmed it wasn’t a home run. (Getty Images)


A three-run home run by Scott Van Slyke, a typical Clayton Kershaw performance, and a historic save by Kenley Jansen, highlighted a 3-2 Dodgers win in Phoenix. The Dodgers return home for a six-game homestand tomorrow.

The box score is here.

The Dodgers’ focus on defense is working, somehow, and Frankie Montas is at last a candidate to join the Dodgers’ starting rotation.

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Game 66: Kenta Maeda’s injury stops hearts, Dodgers stop Diamondbacks

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Kenta Maeda sits on the bench after leaving the Dodgers’ 7-5 win with a right leg contusion. (Getty Images)

Kenta Maeda took a line drive off his leg, the latest injury scare in a season full of them, in the Dodgers’ 7-5 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

The box score is here.

The Dodgers added a left-handed bat to their bench, signing veteran outfielder Will Venable to a one-year contract.

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