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Post-Game 153 Thread: Good Dodgers!

Post-Game 153 Thread: Good Dodgers!

Happy-sided Two-Face! DODGERS 8, CUBS 4 The Dodgers flew to Chicago last night, but they opted not to show up until the seventh inning. Down 4-1 thanks to an uncharacteristically off Zack Greinke (5.0 IP, 9 H, 4 ER, 1 BB and 5 Ks), the Dodgers decided to break out the whupping sticks and not lose to a sub-.500 team. Hanley Ramirez started off with a one-out single; Carl Crawford followed with a single; Juan Uribe reached on a force out that scored HanRam. But the floodgates opened when Andre Ethier, PH for A.J. Ellis, hit a double to left-center that scored Crawford (and probably...

Rapid Reaction: Dodgers 7, D-backs 2

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers continued to feast on the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday, getting no-hit for 5 1/3 innings before surging ahead on a pair of three-run homers by Adrian Gonzalez in the sixth and seventh innings, lifting them to a 7-2 victory and their fourth series sweep of the Diamondbacks this season. The teams have likely seen enough of each other, as Dodgers manager Don Mattingly, bench coach Tim Wallach and ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw were ejected after Andre Ethier was hit by a pitch following another home run by Matt Kemp in the seventh inning.

Four-man infield shift pays off; Dodgers feel good Ramirez can play Saturday

SAN DIEGO -- They looked like a kickoff-coverage team, lined up and holding themselves on their tip-toes, trying not to go offside but ready to charge down the field and be the hero. The Los Angeles Dodgers might have employed the first four-man, drawn-in right side of an infield in baseball history Friday night. It started with Andre Ethier jogging in from center field to play first base, and it got more crowded over there when Seth Smith came up.

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