Dodgers Report

Exploring the Australia Effect on 2014
One of the great mysteries and nagging worries for the Dodgers all spring has been this: What will playing their first two games 7,500 miles from home do to the rest of their season?

At long last, the Dodgers are out-bid
LOS ANGELES -- Let’s not pretend that losing out on Masahiro Tanaka isn’t a legitimate blow to the Dodgers.He was their No. 1 target among free agent pitchers all along.

Would Dodgers steal Tanaka from the desperate Yankees?
LOS ANGELES -- In his latest column, ESPN’s Buster Olney tells us that some rival executives expect the Dodgers and New York Yankees to be the final teams left bidding for Masahiro Tanaka, one of the greatest pitchers ever to come out of Japan.

Dodgers pursuit of Masahiro Tanaka advances (slowly)
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said the Dodgers continue to engage the agent for Japanese pitching sensation Masahiro Tanaka, whose major league future figures to be decided in the next couple of weeks.

Don Mattingly has a history of speaking up
LOS ANGELES – Don Mattingly has an easygoing disposition, the comfortable aura of a man who chooses to spend his free time mucking stables on his Indiana horse farm.

Grading the week
The thing about a major-league season is it just keeps going.That nearly inexhaustible stretch of games was good news when the Los Angeles Dodgers were languishing in last place, limping along with injuries and underachievement.

Little things loom large, Kershaw takes the hit
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LOS ANGELES -- Clayton Kershaw had an ominous tone in his voice when he talked about the raucous crowds that urged the Los Angeles Dodgers on during this six-game homestand.

Soft bats and a big mistake prove costly
LOS ANGELES -- Games had been so exciting around here the past few days, it was easy to overlook an intruder sneaking up on the Los Angeles Dodgers' party, step by stealthy step.

Matt Kemp's recovery going slowly
LOS ANGELES -- Matt Kemp was walking around the clubhouse with a visible limp Wednesday afternoon, nine days after he sprained his left ankle sliding into home plate in Washington.

Dodger Stadium is a fashionable address again
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LOS ANGELES -- Jay Z was in the building.In fact, he was seated in the first row behind home plate, about 20 feet from Scott Boras, the fellow agent from whom he recently stole Robinson Cano and then insulted in one of his songs.

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