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Dodgers’ Offense Gets Hot Post All-Star Break

Dodgers’ Offense Gets Hot Post All-Star Break
Final Score: 13-7, Dodgers After four days off from the regular season, the Los Angeles Dodgers sprung back into action and started a long road trip. The first series back for L.A. is against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Bud Norris started tonight and didn’t do too bad. Norris turned in five innings, allowing four runs off eight hits while striking out five... Read More

Orioles Outlast Dodgers To Take Series

Orioles Outlast Dodgers To Take Series
Final Score: 6-4, Orioles The finale between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Baltimore Orioles was played yesterday, and the Dodgers were looking for a bounce-back win after losing on Tuesday. Bud Norris got his second start and did not have a bad outing. He pitched five innings giving up three runs on six hits while walking two and striking out... Read More

Dodgers Win Fourth Straight In Sweep Of Rockies

Dodgers Win Fourth Straight In Sweep Of Rockies
Final score: 4-1, Dodgers. The Los Angeles Dodgers played the finale with the Colorado Rockies Sunday looking for a sweep with newly off the DL Brandon McCarthy getting the start. McCarthy only allowed two hits, one walk and struck out eight. He left the game leading 3-0. The bullpen held down the game and only gave up one run, by... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Washington Nationals Finale

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Washington Nationals Finale
Final score: 4-3, Dodgers The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Washington Nationals played the finale of the three-game series at Dodgers Stadium, with the Dodgers looking for the sweep of one of the tougher teams in the league. Julio Urias made the start and looked pretty sharp other than one inning where he allowed the two runs. He finished his... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Milwaukee Brewers Game 1 Recap

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Milwaukee Brewers Game 1 Recap
Final score: 8-6, Brewers The Milwaukee Brewers were in town to start a four-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday night. Scott Kazmir got the start for L.A. but only lasted four innings after his pitch count went over 90. Through his four innings, he allowed three runs off of five hits, while striking out eight and walking two.... Read More