TORONTO — The Dodgers and Blue Jays will be wearing pink-trimmed uniforms today in honor of Mothers’ Day. Here’s a sneak peek:
TORONTO — The Dodgers turned the tables on a shaky bullpen, scoring all of their runs in the final three innings Sunday to beat the Blue Jays. The box score is here.
Kenley Jansen hasn’t discussed a contract extension with the Dodgers, but he’s content to put it off until the end of the season.
The Dodgers’ four-game series against the Mets is a rematch of a contentious National League Division Series last October.
TORONTO — Howie Kendrick is playing his fifth position this week, penciled into the Dodgers’ starting lineup at first base while Adrian Gonzalez takes a turn at DH against the Blue Jays. It’s the first time Kendrick has started at first base since 2012.
Yesterday, manager Dave Roberts said he wasn’t worried that shifting positions has contributed to Kendrick’s struggles at the plate (.194/.237/.208). Roberts attributed that more to a spring training shortened by a groin injury.
TORONTO — A three-run third inning, highlighted by an overturned call at home plate, was all the support Clayton Kershaw needed in the Dodgers’ 6-2 bounceback victory over the Blue Jays. The story is here. The box score is here.
The Dodgers have bullpen questions, sure. Are Julio Urias and Casey Fien the answers?
TORONTO — In a game decided by the bullpens, the Dodgers’ bullpen imploded. A three-run, eighth-inning home run by West Hills native Kevin Pillar broke a 2-2 tie and sent the Dodgers to a 5-2 loss against the Blue Jays. The story is here; the box score is here.
Three injured Dodger pitchers are nearing their returns.