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Latest Ted Lilly Items
Ted Lilly has been hired by the Chicago Cubs as a special assistant to Theo Epstein, the team's president of baseball operations.
After a brief stint of being healthy, Matt Kemp is heading back to the disabled list for the third time this season.
The Dodgers rookie's first week in the majors was a memorable one, with 13 hits in 28 at-bats, four home runs and 10 RBI in his first seven games since coming up from the minor leagues.
Dodgers right-hander Chad Billingsley will have Tommy John surgery this week and miss the rest of the season, the latest setback for the Los Angeles rotation.
The Los Angeles Dodgers signed South Korean pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin to a $36 million, six-year deal on Sunday, bolstering their starting rotation for next year.
Power pitching often dominates in the postseason. Soft tosses by Randy Wolf got the Milwaukee Brewers back to even in the NL championship series.
Tim Stauffer shut down the Dodgers for 6 1-3 innings, Jason Bartlett homered and the San Diego Padres averted a three-game sweep by beating Los Angeles 3-0 Wednesday night.
Tom Gorzelanny was something of a hot topic this week as the Nationals moved from Atlanta, to Houston and finally to Los Angeles. He and his sprained right ankle, that is. Whether Gorzelanny would make Saturday night’s start at Dodger Stadium was somewhat in question until midweek.
For the Los Angeles Dodgers, going to the ballpark means business as usual _ even if the once-proud franchise just filed for bankruptcy protection.