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Recap of the Worst Game of 2014 (So Far)

First, the good news:

  1. Juan Uribe scored both runs for the Dodgers.  He started the scoring with a solo home run in the second inning.  He later added a double and was pushed across the plate with Justin Turner’s single. 
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Jansen Blows Save, Offense Stalls As Dodgers Fall To Giants 3-2 In Extra Innings

Matt Kamlet, CBSLA.com

SAN FRANCISCO (CBSLA.com) — Major league ballplayers across the nation all wore No. 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson on Tuesday night, and for the Dodgers and the Giants, that’s hardly where the similarities ended. 632 more words


Kenley Jansen blows another save

The Dodgers dropped the first game of the series against the Giants losing in extra innings 3-2. The story of the game will be that Kenley Jansen once again blew a save. 136 more words

Putting Kenley Jansen's usage in perspective

By Jon Weisman

Kenley Jansen’s sudden appearance Saturday in a game the Dodgers led 8-2 heading into the bottom of the ninth (the score was 8-5 when he entered, and when he finished four pitches later) added to concerns that Jansen is being overworked early. 171 more words

In and Around The Ravine

So I made it out to my first game of the season this past Wednesday to see the Dodgers do battle with the Tigers. Many, including me, are predicting these two will meet in this years Fall Classic and if these two games this past week are any indication, we may have just seen a… 883 more words

Observations 10 Games into the season

  After last night’s game with the Detroit Tigers the Los Angeles Dodgers have played 10 games. Yeah the season is still very very young but we also have seen a lot in these 10 games. 809 more words


Looking back at Wednesday's roller-coaster ride

See Jon SooHoo’s Wednesday photo gallery at LA Photog Blog.

By Jon Weisman

First, we’ll get the Kenley Jansen discussion out of the way. The Dodgers’ top reliever gave up a run for the second straight night (each one driven in by the Tigers’ Victor Martinez) and Wednesday, it cost the Dodgers with a 7-6 loss in the 10th, after Los Angeles had rousingly rallied for three runs in the ninth. 818 more words