10:05 PM EDT, Mon April 27, 2015
Dodgers' Brandon McCarthy has torn UCL, out for the season

Dodgers' Brandon McCarthy has torn UCL, out for the season

LOS ANGELES - When the Dodgers gave free agent right-hander Brandon McCarthy a four-year, $48 million contract, they gambled that the 31-year-old was over the shoulder problems that had plagued his career. He might be. But his elbow gave out instead....

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Denver Post 37 mins ago
Saunders: Why the NL shouldn't adopt the designated hitter

Saunders: Why the NL shouldn't adopt the designated hitter

Denver Post Rockies beat writer says the National League will eventually adopt the designated hitter role, as the American league has.

Bumgarner rejects idea of DH moving to National League, takes offense at Scherzer's "wet newspaper" comment

LOS ANGELES – Madison Bumgarner saw Max Scherzer’s comments advocating that the designated hitter should be instituted in both leagues, and asserting that nobody pays to see a pitcher “swinging a wet newspaper.” Any thoughts on that, Madison? “Oh, well,… Continue Reading → 
Denver Post 4 hours ago
Adam Ottavino heads to disabled list with tricep inflammation

Adam Ottavino heads to disabled list with tricep inflammation

Rockies closer Adam Ottavino was placed on the 15-day disabled list Monday afternoon due to right triceps inflammation.

Rockies-Giants rain out rescheduled for a Sunday doubleheader at Coors Field

Rain washed out a series rubber match between them Sunday, so the Rockies and Giants will make up the postponed game on May 23

MLB power rankings: Keeping status quo

A weekly look at the top-10 and bottom-five teams in baseball.
Los Angeles Times 10 hours ago

You decide: Who are the 10 greatest Dodgers of all time?

Who are the 10 greatest Dodgers of all time? Does Clayton Kershaw make the list now? Is Sandy Koufax No. 1? What about Vin Scully?

Minors: Erlin quality again for El Paso

Recapping Sunday's Padres minor league games.
Padres Public 14 hours ago

While You Were Drinking (Game 20) LA vs SD

Sometimes things get a little fuzzy while coping with a losing streak.  Here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were drinking. Mired in a four game losing streak, the Padres looked for encouragement.  Perhaps they found some from a large contingent of United States Marines.  More likely they trusted in the right arm of Brendan Morrow (1-0, 2.67).  Behind seven innings of 5-hit ball, San Diego ended their skid, defeating Scott Baker (0-1, 3.86) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (11-7) 3-1.  Coupled with a Rockies loss, the Padres moved back into a tie for second in ...

Friar talk: Spangy & Jace's (sorta) dream

Two Padres first-rounders have big league roles ... for different teams.
San Jose Mercury News 21 hours ago

Giants-Dodgers pitching matchups

Pitching matchups for the San Francisco Giants' upcoming series with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Baker's seven innings not enough; Dodgers lose to Padres, 3-1

ROSTER MOVES: Yasiel Puig was healthy enough to hit in a batting cage but not healthy enough to play Sunday, prompting the Dodgers to place him on the disabled list for the first time in his career. Right-hander Joel Peralta was also placed on the DL with what the Dodgers called a neck strain....
Los Angeles Times 22 hours ago

Rookie Alex Guerrero keeps producing for Dodgers

Alex Guerrero has heard the widespread criticisms about his defense. He has heard whispers that he made the Dodgers opening-day roster only because he had the contractual right to refuse a minor league assignment.
Denver Post 23 hours ago
Larry Walker is a fan of 2015 Colorado Rockies

Larry Walker is a fan of 2015 Colorado Rockies

Blake Street Bombers alumnus Larry Walker, 48, lives in Florida now, but he still keeps a close eye on the Rockies. He spent a week as a team consultant during spring training.

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  • 1 Scott Baker

    Scott Baker

    Baker gives up two home runs spoiling his Dodgers debut in San Diego

  • 1 Joel Peralta

    Joel Peralta

    Baker's seven innings not enough; Dodgers lose to Padres, 3-1

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    Jimmy Rollins

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