Dodgers Pitcher McCarthy Out For Season With Elbow InjuryDodgers pitcher Brandon McCarthy will miss the rest of the season with a torn elbow ligament, creating a hole in the middle of the rotation for a Los Angeles team with World Series aspirations.
Gonzalez Homers 3 Times In Historic Night To Lead Dodgers Past Padres, 7-4Adrian Gonzalez hit three home runs, becoming the first player in major league history with five in the season's first three games, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres 7-4 Wednesday to win their opening series.
Pujols Hits Grand Slam To Lift Angels Past Dodgers, 6-0Albert Pujols hit a grand slam and Andrew Heaney pitched 5 1-3 hitless innings in his last outing of the spring for the Los Angeles Angels, a 6-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night.
Cubs Hit McCarthy Hard, Down Dodgers, 7-5Dodgers starter Brandon McCarthy was hit hard as Chris Coghlan homered and drove in three runs to lead the Chicago Cubs over Los Angeles 7-5 Wednesday.
Brandon McCarthy Goes 2 Innings In Dodgers Debut, Seager Knocks In WinnerBrandon McCarthy pitched two innings in his Los Angeles Dodgers debut, a 4-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday.
Dodgers' Top 5 Offseason AcquisitionsThe Los Angeles Dodgers have been real active in the winter, including big front-office moves. With Ned Colletti out of the way, the Dodgers will have a new philosophy on acquiring players when they hired Andrew Friedman, who will lead Baseball Operations, and new General Manager Farhan Zaidi. Zaidi will bring the club a statistical edge, while Freidman should put all the pieces together for a title contender. As for the roster, the Dodgers amped their defense by acquiring former MVP Jimmy Rollins and long-time Angel second baseman Howie Kendrick. Here are CBSLA’s Top 5 off seasons moves:
Dodgers Sign Pitcher Brandon McCarthy To 4-Year DealThe Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday announced the signing of free-agent right-handed pitcher Brandon McCarthy to a four-year contract.
Cy Young Winner Kershaw On New Protective Cap For Pitchers: 'It'd Take A Lot Of Getting Used To'Major League Baseball has approved a protective cap for pitchers, hoping to reduce the damage from line drives to head that have brought some terrifying and bloody scenes in the last few years.