Dodgers sweep Brewers

Look to do the same to the Nationals

The LA Dodgers (38-33, 2nd NL West) have won five of their last six games including a sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers completed over the weekend.  The next series against the Washington Nationals (43-27, 1st NL East) won’t be as easy.

Clayton Kershaw (10-1, 1.58 ERA) will be facing off against undefeated Stephen Strausburg (10-0, 2.90 ERA) and remains unbeaten by Kershaw.

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Don’t forget to get your All Star Votes in!

This premier match up kicks off at tonight at 9:10.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so get yours now and get out to cheer on your Dodgers!

 

Dodgers in a Take All game Five

The NY Mets/LA Dodgers battle continues tomorrow at 8 PM in Dodgers Stadium.  Clayton Kershaw came into the game needing a victory and after seven innings and three hits, the Dodgers walked away with a 3-1 road win.

“I don’t think anyone was going to outpitch Clayton Kershaw tonight,” Mets third baseman David Wright said. “I wish we could have won here, obviously so that we could prepare for the next round and do it in front of our fans. But Kershaw was just a beast tonight. It was going to be tough to beat him when he was on like he was. Hopefully we can take care of business in L.A.”

Now it’s down to one game at home for the Dodgers that will match Zack Greinke (the MLB ERA Leader) against the Mets’ Jacob deGrom.

Plenty of affordable tickets and great seats are still available so be sure  to get out and support your LA Dodgers!

Dodgers get late win over Mariners

The LA treated a crowd of over 43,00 fans to a late night treat as Howie Kendrick broke a bat slamming a walk off single in the 9th inning against Fernando Rodney.

“The big thing was to get a pitch up that I could hit. It’s always good to come through for my teammates,” Kendrick said after the game.

Game two is tonight at 9:10.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available.  Be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your LA Dodgers

 

Dodgers not so familiar anymore

This is not your fathers LA Dodgers Team, in fact, it hardly resembles last years team.  The team lost 17 players to trades (Kemp, Gordon, Haren) and free agency.  Replacing that lot are 16 new faces to include SS Jimmy Rollins, C Yasmani Grandal and Howie Kendrick.

The Dodgers take on the Seattle Mariners and the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, the Indians on Saturday and the Brewers on Sunday.

Dodgers snag 3 appearances on ESPN’S Sunday Night Baseball

The LA Dodgers have been booked for three appearances in the first half of the 2014 Baseball Schedule for ESPN’S Sunday Night Baseball kicking off with the debut on March 30th against the San Diego Padres.

“This is a franchise with a storied past, with a lot of star power on the field, and in the ownership position,” said Doug White, ESPN senior programming director. “And you have [rookie right fielder] Yasiel Puig. His star kind of hit last season in grand fashion, we’re more than happy to be there to tell the story.”

Great seats and tickets are still available for the season opener!

Haristons leads Dodgers over the Mariners with 5 RBI’s

Reigning NL Cy Young award winner Kershaw strikes out season high 12 batters

The LA Dodgers took their no-hit loss to the Seattle Mariners on Friday night and came back with two victories on Saturday (8-3) and Sunday (8-2) to take the mini series 2-1.

On Friday night, Jerry Hariston had three of the Dodgers 14 hits and put LA ahead with a three-run homer in the first inning after missing 16 games with a hamstring injury.

”I’ve been feeling pretty good for a while,” Hairston said. ”The biggest thing is I just want to make sure I have good at bats. ”

Helping Hariston was Clayton Kershaw who recorded seven of his first nine outs with strikeouts and had nine by the bottom of the 4th inning.

“Nobody no-hits us two days in a row.” AJ Ellis

The Dodgers begin a three-game stand against the Los Angeles Angeles beginning Monday night.