7:39 PM EDT, Thu October 08, 2015
NL West Rumors & News
Los Angeles Times 30 mins ago
The Dodgers won't be beat in at least one major league category this season: No team will outspend them on players. The team's record-setting payroll has surpassed $300 million, with a large chunk of that money -- more than the total player payroll for some MLB teams -- spent on players who no...
And unto everything there is a time, sort of. Major League Baseball has released the starting times for the remaining divisional playoff games, if in slightly tentative fashion. The Dodgers-Mets Game 3 in New York is scheduled to start at 5:37 p.m., if all four series are still being played. If...
Dodgers Blog | Orange County Register 1 hour ago
Major League Baseball has announced the start times for the final three games of the Dodgers-Mets division series. Game 3 in New York will start at either 5:07 p.m. or 5:37 p.m., that latter time only if all four division playoff series are still...
Denver Post 1 hour ago
Pitcher Marco Gonzales joins Woody Paige, Les Shapiro and Mark Kiszla on The Sports Show to discuss his rehab, his future and the Colorado Rockies on Oct.
If the news was uncomfortably vague, it was still bad news. The Dodgers announced Thursday that Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully had undergone a recommended medical procedure and would not call any postseason games. Scully, 87, had missed calling the final three regular-season games last weekend...
Los Angeles Times 2 hours ago
Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully underwent a medical procedure and will miss the postseason. The Dodgers did not specify what the medical procedure was but did say Scully was "resting comfortably."
LOS ANGELES – The Dodgers announced that Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully underwent “a recommended medical procedure” Thursday morning and will not work the post-season. No further details were given regarding the procedure. Scully missed...
Los Angeles Times 3 hours ago
The team is fighting to stay above .500, but still within striking distance of first place. On the last day of July — thanks to a stroke of great fortune — the team adds a big bat in the outfield. The bat goes crazy. The team goes crazy. The fans go crazy. The season ends not with a disappointing...
Padres Blog | San Diego Union-Tribune 4 hours ago
A final look at the highs and lows on the field from a 74-win season.
Padres Blog | San Diego Union-Tribune 6 hours ago
Sizing up an ALDS matchup between Texas and Toronto.
Padres Blog | San Diego Union-Tribune 7 hours ago
Sizing up an ALDS matchup between Houston and Kansas City.
Padres Public 8 hours ago
“There it goes … deep fly ball, way back in left field … aaaaand it falls harmlessly into the waiting glove of Scott Hairston on the edge of the warning path, and the Padres escape further damage.” Perhaps you’ve heard that call — or one like it — from Dick Enberg, who has been announcing Padres games for the past five years. Enberg will call 60 or so games next year, then give way to Don Orsillo and call it a career. It’s been a brilliant run, mind you, but his late-career send-off in San Diego has come with mixed reviews. Sure, ... Read the full post
San Jose Mercury News 10 hours ago
Tom Duffy documented his the journey of his son from birth to the major leagues as San Francisco's rookie third baseman
LOS ANGELES – In July 2010, Don Mattingly was the Dodgers’ hitting coach when Manager Joe Torre and bench coach Bob Schaefer were ejected from a game against San Francisco. As acting manager, Mattingly went out to the mound to discuss fielding...