The Los Angeles Dodgers plan to use past experience to fuel their 2015 playoff push.
The Dodgers have had success in the regular season recently, but they haven't been as good in the playoffs. If that is to change this season, they need these five players to step up.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have five players who can help them win the National West, and here are there names.
The Los Angeles Dodgers went 0-5 last week and are keeping the competition alive in the NL West race.
With how tough the MLB is and how little room for error there is, these five MLB teams will likely be on the outside looking in during October.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly agreed to a deal for Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Chase Utley. With Howie Kendrick on the disabled list, this move makes perfect sense.
It was an up and down start for Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw on Tuesday night against the Oakland Athletics. In the second inning, the two-time reigning Cy Young Award winner made an incredible spinning back-hand grab of a comebacker for the third out.
In the very next inning, Kershaw thought he had struck out Danny Valencia, but home plate umpire Todd Tichenor disagreed. On the next pitch, Valencia hit a tapper towards third base that Kershaw fumbled and was unable to make a play on. The left-hander then spiked the ball into the ground in front of him before firing the ball nearly as hard as he could into the Dodgers dugout. Make sure to check it all out in the two videos above.
Kershaw got so frustrated that he fired the ball into the Dodgers dugout.
I personally think being a ball boy at a Major League Baseball game is tougher than it looks. You have to deal with some extremely hard hit balls that could carom off the wall, and you have to do it with 40-plus thousand unforgiving fans watching.
On Sunday afternoon, a Los Angeles Dodgers ball boy got caught up in the moment and suffered a very embarrassing gaffe. Make sure to check it out in the video above.
The absolute worst-case scenario for any Major League ball boy.
The Los Angeles Dodgers must have these five things happen in order for them to make the MLB playoffs in 2015.
Clayton Kershaw has always been seen viewed as a dominant pitcher, yet the season another Dodgers pitcher is having is making Kershaw seem average.