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Latest Don Mattingly Items
By the time Matt Kemp bats in the last game of the regular season Wednesday night he hopes to be ready to enter some of the rarest territory in baseball.
Tom Lasorda sat down on the dugout bench in his No. 2 white jersey as the media closed in on him for a pregame chat. His piercing blue eyes were clear and he spoke with the same strident tone.
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw and manager Don Mattingly have been ejected from a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Andre Ethier's terrific 2011 season is over.
All-Star right fielder Andre Ethier was held out of the Los Angeles Dodgers' starting lineup because of a sore right knee, and the team wants to find out the exact nature of the injury.
The moth that forced Matt Holliday from the outfield is done causing mischief. What remained of the offending bug was tucked inside a sandwich bag, perfect for TV cameras and for the St. Louis Cardinals' star to show it off around the clubhouse.
Reliever Kenley Jansen was placed on the 15-day disabled list Friday by the Los Angeles Dodgers, less than 72 hours after he was checked into a hospital for an irregular heartbeat.
One of baseball's proudest franchises is in tatters, its future to be decided not on the field but in the courtroom.
For the Los Angeles Dodgers, going to the ballpark means business as usual _ even if the once-proud franchise just filed for bankruptcy protection.