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March 7, 2014 | By Steve Dilbeck
The future made an appearance for the Dodgers on Friday. Not the one coming this season maybe, but some season not too far distant. Right-hander Zach Lee, the Dodgers' No. 1 pick in 2010 who had been slowed by a muscle strain in his back, finally made his first spring appearance, starting in the Dodgers' 2-1 victory over the Rangers at Camelback Ranch. It was only two innings, but it was a start. Lee, 22, allowed two hits - including a leadoff double to Shin-Soo Choo off the wall - struck out one and did not walk a batter in his two scoreless innings.
March 15, 2014 | By Dylan Hernandez
Dodgers 5, Padres 4; White Sox 5, Dodgers 4 AT THE PLATE: Dee Gordon was two for three with a triple, raising his exhibition average to .282. Gordon also stole a base, making him nine for his ninth in nine on the spring on stolen-base attempts. Manager Don Mattingly has been highly complimentary of Gordon, an indication he could be the team's opening-day second baseman. ON THE MOUND: Closer Kenley Jansen threw another scoreless inning to maintain his 0.00 earned-run average.
December 23, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
Hope Jamey Wright can adjust. Wright, who has made a career out of making teams as a non-roster invitee, Monday signed a one-year deal with the Dodgers, The Times' Dylan Hernandez tweeted. That's not the same as saying Wright will automatically be on the roster - - things are starting to get a bit crowded in the Dodgers bullpen -- but for the first time in nine seasons he will not go to camp as a non-roster invitee. The right-hander spent a mostly successful 2012 season (5-3, 3.72 earned-run average in 66 games)
February 28, 2014 | By Steve Dilbeck
About the Dodgers' four-outfielder problem ... while in the crowded neighborhood, could they make it a five-outfielder dilemma? Hey, spring is for those who dream, so you could excuse the Dodgers if they were feeling a tad wishful Friday after prospect Joc Pederson broke open a scoreless game with a two-run homer in the seventh inning. The Dodgers went on to a 5-0 victory over the White Sox at Camelback Ranch, seven different pitchers combining to hold Chicago to five hits. The Dodgers had only two hits themselves entering the seventh when first baseman Clint Robinson -- a free-agent first baseman who would later add a two-run bomb of his own -- led off the inning with a single.
April 18, 2014 | By Bill Shaikin
KEY MOMENT: In the blooper reels, this one will live on. The Diamondbacks had the potential winning run on third base in the ninth inning, and Dodgers catcher Tim Federowicz stood up for the intentional walk. But reliever Chris Withrow threw the ball over the head of a catcher standing up - yes, a wild pitch on an intentional walk. That would have been the play that cost the Dodgers the game, had Juan Uribe not forced extra innings with a home run in the bottom of the ninth. Instead, Aaron Hill's two-run single off Chris Perez in the 12th inning won the game for Arizona.
March 16, 2014 | By Steve Dilbeck
Javy Guerra, who started the 2012 season as the Dodgers closer, was designated for assignment Sunday, part of a flurry of moves to cut the roster to the 30 total players they can take to Australia. Guerra, 28, can still be traded while the Dodgers wait to see if he's claimed on waivers. If he goes unclaimed, he could still be sent to triple-A Albuquerque. The Dodgers added two players, Justin Turner and Chone Figgins, to their 40-man roster to fill utility roles. Both will make the trip to Australia.
The show that was on the road for so long finally came home. To rave reviews. Harvard-Westlake High, playing at home for the first time in more than 10 months, parlayed a second-half surge into a 59-48 Mission League boys' basketball victory over Notre Dame on Friday night.
May 17, 1996
Rob Di Muro has been hired as boys' basketball coach at Notre Dame High, replacing Chris Perez, who resigned last week. Di Muro, 31, was girls' coach at Notre Dame the past four seasons, leading the Knights to the Southern Section Division III semifinals in 1994 and '95. Perez played basketball and football at Notre Dame before graduating in 1983. "This is the job I've been eyeballing since I started coaching," Di Muro said.
April 16, 2011 | By Phil Rogers
Target Field's reputation as a tough place for power hitters hasn't vanished. The Twins, A's and Royals combined to hit only three homers in five games there last week, with Jason Kubel hitting one ball to the warning track in right that teammate Danny Valencia thought was "going to be in the upper deck. " … Keys to the Indians' fast start — shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, who has four homers and 14 RBIs and won a game with a squeeze bunt; 3-4-5 starters Justin Masterson, Josh Tomlin and Mitch Talbot; the bullpen trio of closer Chris Perez and lefties Rafael Perez and Tony Sipp, who allowed four hits in their first 17 innings; and greatly improved fielding, which manager Manny Acta is most happy about.
August 21, 1994 | Gregg Barrios
'Some people must think I prearranged all of this, that I set goals," says Selena, 23, the most successful act in the burgeoning Tejano field and one of Latin pop's biggest stars. "Actually, I've been fortunate. Things have just happened." Well, not really. It's taken 13 years of hard work and whistle-stop touring. "Back then, many male promoters thought a woman couldn't pull in a crowd," recalls the singer, who plays the Universal Amphitheatre on Thursday.
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