7/29/2016 | Chairman addresses trade rumors about Puig
If the Dodgers are on the verge of trading outfielder Yasiel Puig, chairman and controlling owner Mark Walter said it's news to him.
7/29/2016 | Puig pinch-hits after missing five games
Yasiel Puig's status remains murky after another missed start Friday, more than a week since he last appeared in a game for the Dodgers. The outfielder has been out since leaving a game on July 21 with hamstring tightness, effectively leaving Los Angeles with a short roster for eight days.
7/29/2016 | Veteran Kazmir set to take on prospect Shipley
Braden Shipley's MLB debut was derailed by a sixth-inning homer, so the right-hander will look to get on track Saturday as the D-backs take on Scott Kazmir and the Dodgers.
7/29/2016 | Murphy, Rutherford among top prospect performers Thursday
Tom Murphy is likely hoping July never ends considering the Rockies' No. 11 prospect has raised his batting average over 100 points in 16 games so far this month. And Yankees first-round pick Blake Rutherford is scorching at Pulaski, hitting .429 after back-to-back four-hit games.
7/28/2016 | Buzz in Dodgers' clubhouse: Trade for pitching
While Wade Davis is the rumor of the day for the Dodgers' trade targets, he's just one name mentioned by a cross section of Dodgers players who generally believe management should focus on acquiring a starting pitcher by Monday's Trade Deadline.
7/28/2016 | Dodgers place five on Top 100 Prospects list
Teenage left-hander Julio Urias, whose name has understandably surfaced in numerous trade rumors in recent days, remains the Dodgers' top-rated prospect, according to the latest rankings by MLBPipeline.com.
7/27/2016 | Alford, Urena among top prospect performers Wednesday
A pair of Blue Jays' prospects led the way in a slugfest for Class A Advanced Dunedin on Wednesday.
7/27/2016 | McCarthy's 4-inning start continues trend for LA staff
With Brandon McCarthy able to go only four innings Wednesday in his fifth start after Tommy John surgery, Tampa Bay's Matt Moore pitched into the seventh inning for a 3-1 win, only hours after teammate Chris Archer went a solid seven innings against the Dodgers in a tough-luck loss.
7/27/2016 | LA wives, girlfriends volunteer for homeless
A large group of wives and girlfriends of Dodgers players, coaches and broadcasters volunteered for a day of service Wednesday at the Downtown Women's Center, pitching in to help homeless women of the Los Angeles community.
7/27/2016 | Rays put in Moore work, earn first LA win
Matt Moore allowed one unearned run in 6 2/3 innings and Evan Longoria slugged a two-run homer in a three-run fourth inning as the Rays beat the Dodgers on Wednesday, 3-1, for the franchise's first win at Dodger Stadium.
7/27/2016 | Maeda, Dodgers get another shot at D-backs
After enjoying their second off-day this week on Thursday, the Dodgers resume their homestand Friday night with a rematch against the D-backs, who beat Los Angeles in two of three games at Chase Field two weeks ago.
7/27/2016 | No DL decisions yet on Puig, Liberatore
With a day off on Thursday, the Dodgers seemed to be buying time on Wednesday with injuries to outfielder Yasiel Puig and reliever Adam Liberatore.
7/27/2016 | Liberatore dealing with sore right knee
Dodgers reliever Adam Liberatore was unavailable Tuesday night because of a sore right knee, but manager Dave Roberts said the injury is not serious.
7/27/2016 | Dodgers fend off Rays, keep heat on Giants
7/27/2016 | Norris records 1,000th strikeout in stellar start
Dodger Stadium might not have seen a fully rested Bud Norris in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Rays, but it did see as good a version as it could have hoped for when the organization traded for him in June.
7/26/2016 | Kershaw weighs in on surging teammates
Clayton Kershaw still can't say when he will make his return, but he is at least taking solace in the fact the team is making up ground on the Giants without him.
7/26/2016 | Ethier takes batting practice for first time
Andre Ethier took batting practice at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday for the first time since fracturing his tibia in Spring Training, taking another step in a long rehab process that could be running out of time.
7/26/2016 | McCarthy, Moore face off in afternoon contest
Brandon McCarthy will make his fifth start back from Tommy John surgery Wednesday against the Rays, and it will come against a fellow Tommy John patient in Matt Moore.
7/26/2016 | Jimenez among top prospect performers Monday
Cubs No. 4 prospect Eloy Jimenez was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Monday.
7/25/2016 | Dodgers discussing all options ahead of Deadline
When franchise history includes being on the wrong end of Mike Piazza and Pedro Martinez trades, it's understandable if the Dodgers' current management is reluctant to be the guys who let Julio Urias or Jose De Leon or Grant Holmes get away.
7/25/2016 | Trio of Diazes lead Prospect Team of the Week
The latest edition of MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week (July 18-24) is led by a trio of Diazes in Isan Diaz, Yandy Diaz and Lewin Diaz, each of whom had big weeks for their respective clubs.
7/25/2016 | Run ends Liberatore's record-setting streak
Dodgers left-handed reliever Adam Liberatore informed manager Dave Roberts in Spring Training that he's the best left-handed reliever in the Major Leagues. Roberts told him to "prove it." Over the past 64 days, he certainly came close with a streak of 28 consecutive appearances without allowing a run.
7/24/2016 | Toles bringing energy to Dodgers since callup
Dodgers rookie Andrew Toles replaced Yasiel Puig in right field Saturday night in St. Louis due to tightness in Puig's right hamstring and was in the lineup again Sunday night as his replacement. Toles rocketed through the Minors after signing with Los Angeles last October and is making an impact as a left-handed bat when the Dodgers need it most.
7/24/2016 | Pipeline preview: De Leon takes hill for Triple-A Oklahoma City
Dodgers No. 2 prospect Jose De Leon is set to start for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday in the Minors.
7/24/2016 | Archer set for first career start vs. Dodgers
When Dodgers starter Bud Norris takes the hill against the Rays, he'll be on shorter rest than Rays starter Chris Archer, but Norris will have the edge in experience when the two meet in the opener of a two-game set Tuesday in Los Angeles.
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