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Unlikely comeback meets unhappy ending

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By Jon Weisman

In more than 100 years, no reliever had ever entered the ninth inning of a game against the Dodgers with a four-run lead, blown the lead and won the game. 393 more words

Postgame

No Relief in Sight for Dodgers' Erratic Bullpen

(Photo Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Unlike the starting rotation which has the luxury of looking forward to the return of several potential impact arms from injury, the… 642 more words

Los Angeles Dodgers

Padres Right Ship In Dramatic Fashion, Look To Take Series: Pads vs. Dodgers 5/21

By Bob Scanlan

The Padres played one of the most fun filled regular season games you’ll see against the Dodgers last night, and broke their 4-game losing streak in dramatic fashion with a 7-6 walkoff style victory over their dreaded rivals. 856 more words

Melvin Upton Jr.

Padres win battle of two-run homers

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By Jon Weisman

Kenley Jansen had allowed one run in the first 42 games of the season. Then he allowed two runs with one swing. 195 more words

Postgame

Late-inning dominance: Jansen and Kershaw

By Jon Weisman

Here’s a fun comparison* between arguably baseball’s best closer, Kenley Jansen, and baseball’s best starter, Clayton Kershaw.

In the late innings (i.e., after the sixth), they have both been brilliant — and nearly identical. 26 more words

Clayton Kershaw

Kenley Jansen on target for Dodger save record(s)

By Jon Weisman

Kenley Jansen has saved 13 of the Dodgers’ 38 games this season, putting him on pace for 55, which would tie the franchise single-season record set by Eric Gagne in 2003. 159 more words

Bullpen

Why Jeanmar Gomez Will Get Real Paid


2016 saves leader Jeanmar Gomez, who had 1 save in 185 career appearances prior to 2016.

Vegas (yes, that Vegas) told us six weeks ago that  1,308 more words

Jeanmar Gomez