Five Things You Missed: Kershaw Dominates, Many World Series Records SmashedThe Dodgers ace gave a historical pitching performance in Game 1, while Game 2 set some offensive records.
Five Things You Missed: Yankees, Dodgers One Win from World SeriesThe Yankees took all three games at home to seize control of the ALCS, while the Dodgers lost their first playoff game last night.
Keidel: Clayton Kershaw, MLB's Best Pitcher, Should Not Win NL MVPWould it be fair to award Clayton Kershaw the NL MVP, should he earn it, when Bryce Harper can't win the Cy Young?
30 Players: Dodgers Will Limit Innings For Future Ace Julio UriasThe Dodgers hope to break their World Series drought and a young arm could help them do just that.
Five Things: Cubs and Dodgers Tied, Indians DominantCleveland has a commanding 2-0 lead in the ALCS while Clayton Kershaw helped the Dodgers steal a game at Wrigley.
Five Things: Blue Jays, Giants Win Exciting Wild Card GamesThe Wild Card games lived up to the hype. Here's some things you may have missed.
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Of Fantasy Baseball In SeptemberWith September roster expansion in Major League Baseball, it’s hard to keep track of which player is in the lineup on a day-to-day basis. Even if a team is in the hunt for a playoff spot, resting starters can hurt your fantasy baseball team. Every fantasy owner has to make sure the lineup is being maximized during these final weeks of the season.
Chris Taylor TradedThe Los Angeles Dodgers acquired infielder Chris Taylor from the Seattle Mariners on Sunday night for pitching prospect Zach Lee.
30 Players: Corey Seager Ready To Usher In New Era For DodgersThe Dodgers look to their top prospect to solidify the shortstop position for years to come.
Maeda Salvages Strong Start, But Mariners Beat Dodgers 6-3
Mariners Trade Ruggiano To DodgersThe Dodgers acquired minor league outfielder Justin Ruggiano and cash considerations from Seattle on Monday night for a player to be named later.
Mariners Swept In Los Angeles After Wednesday's LossTaijuan Walker failed to pitch into the fifth inning for the second straight outing, giving up five runs, six hits and four walks on Wednesday night in a 5-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers.