This happened before Game 4, which the Dodgers lost. Bad luck charm?
Austin Barnes is appears much smaller than his teammates, who are standing on the pitchers’ mound during a workout at Dodger Stadium on Monday. The Dodgers held a workout at Dodger Stadium in preparation for their National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals, which begins Friday in Washington, D.C. (John McCoy/Staff photographer)
revealed the team’s roster for the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals, which begins Friday. Our Dave Roberts first and second guesses were both wrong.
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Before the Dodgers’ game against the Colorado Rockies today, the team made a special #16 jersey to honor
, the Miami Marlins pitcher who died in a boating accident early Sunday morning. Jose Fernandez
taped the jersey to the wall of the dugout before the game: Yasiel Puig
The Dodgers were annoying, or good, or maybe both in
a 7-4 win over the Colorado Rockies. The box score is here.
hopes to play in the Dominican Winter League, which Yasiel Puig starts play in October and ends in December. Puig is beginning to do more to help the Dodgers than hurt them, writes columnist Mark Whicker.
Yasiel Puig makes an over-the-shoulder catch in right field in the Dodgers’ 9-3 win over the Giants on Wednesday. (John McCoy/Staff photographer)
and the Dodgers exorcised their demons against left-hander Yasiel Puig in Matt Moore a 9-3 win over the San Francisco Giants.
The box score is
The photo gallery is
and Brett Anderson will have a chance to Scott Kazmir audition for a playoff start down the stretch.
Looking ahead to the postseason
is only natural, writes columnist Jeff Miller, while the Dodgers take it one game at a time.