The Dodgers have recalled catcher Tim Federowicz from Triple-A Albuquerque and optioned shortstop Justin Sellers.
Brandon League came in to pitch the ninth inning during a 3-3 tie, and walked off the mound losing 5-3 after giving up a 2-run homer to Paul Goldschmidt as the Dodgers dropped their sixth straight game.
The Dodgers placed infielder/outfielder Jerry Hairston Jr. on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a left groin strain, and recalled utility player Elian Herrera from Triple-A Albuquerque.
Chris Capuano gave up six runs through four innings as the Diamondbacks took advantage of a quiet Dodger lineup for their fifth straight win against Los Angeles, 8-2, moving the Dodgers into last place in the National League West.
There is more traffic between the Dodgers’ disabled list and their active roster than there is in the parking lot after a ball game.
Hanley Ramirez went 3-for-4 but it wasn’t enough as the Dodgers lost 7-3 and dropped their first series against the Rockies two games to one.
Hanley Ramirez belted his first home run of the season and added a double, while Hyun-Jin Ryu struck out 12 through six innings as the Dodgers evened up with the Rockies 6-2 on Tuesday.
Ted Lilly and Josh Wall gave up a combined 11 earned runs off 16 hits and the Rockies handled the Dodgers in implacable fashion with a 12-2 win at Dodger Stadium on Monday night.
The Dodgers activated shortstop Hanley Ramirez from the disabled list Monday, making room for him on the roster by placing pitcher Clayton Kershaw on the bereavement list.
Carl Crawford connected on the first Brewer pitch of the game for his third home run of the season, and hit his fourth homer in the fifth inning, as Clayton Kershaw gave up no runs and fanned 12 over eight innings to give the Dodgers their second series in a row, 2-0.
The Dodgers were hoping to continue steering in the right direction to open their home series against the Brewers, and there were rockets throughout most of the night — and we’re not talking about the post-game fireworks display.
Hardly 1/8 into his first regular season, Hyun-Jin Ryu, the first Korean to go to the majors directly from Korea’s top league, is inspiring a new wave of fans.
Boosted by plenty of road rooters, South Korean rookie Hyun-Jin Ryu turned in his best performance yet and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the New York Mets 3-2 Thursday on Andre Ethier’s tiebreaking single in the ninth inning.
There hasn’t been much to celebrate for Dodger fans ever since Zack Greinke went down with a broken collarbone. But then, if there’s anything baseball has taught us, its that when things look like their falling apart, they are really falling into place.
As Baseball celebrated Jackie Robinson Day in ballparks across the nation, the Dodgers found little else to celebrate, dropping the first of a three-game series to the Padres 6-3 before a sellout crowd.