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July 9, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin
Reliever Ronald Belisario left the team earlier this week to receive treatment in a substance abuse program, according to a source familiar with the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The source, who was not authorized to speak on the matter, would not specify if Belisario is receiving residential or outpatient treatment. The source also would not identify the substance abused by the right-hander. Belisario was arrested in Pasadena in June 2009 on suspicion of driving under the influence.
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August 9, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
Gone for more than a month because of what the Dodgers and his agent described as personal reasons, reliever Ronald Belisario is set to return for the start of a three-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday. Belisario was part of the Dodgers' traveling party that departed Los Angeles on Monday, according to a team source who did not have permission to speak publicly. A roster spot for the hard-throwing reliever was opened when the Dodgers optioned Ramon Troncoso to triple-A Albuquerque.
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February 16, 2011 | By Dylan Hernandez
Ronald Belisario failed to report to the Dodgers' Camelback Ranch spring training complex Wednesday ? no surprise considering the hard-throwing reliever was a late arrival in each of the last two years. But Belisario's latest round of visa problems appear to be far more serious than they have been in the past, and his agent said he would probably miss the entire 2011 season. Agent Paul Kinzer wouldn't specify why Belisario was still in his native Venezuela but indicated he is unlikely to gain legal entry into the United States this year.
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July 17, 2012 | By Dylan Hernandez
This is turning ugly. The Dodgers still can't hit. And now, their bullpen looks vulnerable. They appeared to be on their way to ending a three-game losing streak Tuesday night when setup man Ronald Belisario's control suddenly abandoned him. With two out in the eighth inning, the bases empty and the Dodgers holding a one-run advantage over the Philadelphia Phillies, Belisario walked Chase Utley on four pitches. He then plunked Ryan Howard. Then he hit Carlos Ruiz. Closer Kenley Jansen was called on to make a four-out save but instead served up a two-run single to Hunter Pence that sent the Dodgers to a 3-2 defeat in front of a stunned crowd at Dodger Stadium.
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July 18, 2013 | By Stephen Bailey
Yasiel Puig, Hanley Ramirez and a surging offense aren't the only reasons the Dodgers are among Major League Baseball's hottest teams. And the rest of the credit can't go only to dual aces Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke. The overshadowed Dodgers relief corps has quietly been a key factor during the team's ascent from laughability to respectability. When Manager Don Mattingly replaced Brandon League with Kenley Jansen as closer on June 12, he shuffled and reorganized the bullpen.
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December 15, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
They come and go, though sometimes it can feel like they're just going. The Dodgers have signed Juan Uribe , Brian Wilson, Dan Haren and Cuban Alex Guerrero this off-season, but have lost their share too, many they would have liked back. Now, to the exit list of Skip Schumaker, Nick Punto, Ronald Belisario, Jerry Hairston Jr., Edison Volquez and Ricky Nolasco, you apparently can add Mark Ellis. Ellis was the Dodgers' starting second baseman the last two years, but now he has  signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals, according to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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November 29, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
The Dodgers, who already reached a deal with outfielder Mike Baxter , agreed to terms with two other players eligible for salary arbitration: left-handed reliever Scott Elbert and catcher Drew Butera. The deadline to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players is Monday. The Dodgers now have four players who are still eligible for arbitration: ace Clayton Kershaw, closer Kenley Jansen, catcher A.J. Ellis and right-handed reliever Ronald Belisario. The deals agreed to with Baxter, Elbert and Butera are all non-guaranteed, according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
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December 3, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
The Dodgers are moving toward a new deal with Brian Wilson but still don't have an agreement with the bearded right-hander, according to people familiar with the situation who spoke under the condition of anonymity. Wilson wants to be the team's closer but would make an exception to pitch again in Los Angeles, where he has an off-season home. If Wilson returns, he would be a setup man for closer Kenley Jansen - a role with which other top-tier free-agent relievers are said to be uncomfortable.
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December 19, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
The Dodgers traded John Ely on Wednesday to the Houston Astros for minor league pitcher Rob Rasmussen. Ely debuted in 2010, and after his first seven starts he was 3-2 with a 2.54 earned-run average. He finished the season 4-10 with a 5.49 ERA and went back to Albuquerque, where he fared no better (5-4, 6.22). He made one Dodgers start in 2011 and a pair of relief appearances last season. Rasmussen, 23, was almost a Dodger previously. He was drafted in the 27th round out of Pasadena Poly in 2007, but instead went to UCLA.
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June 11, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
And then things got really heated. A genuine baseball brawl broke out, with punches and scrums and plenty of anger. After Ian Kennedy hit Yasiel Puig in the nose with a pitch in the sixth, the next inning Zack Greinke immediately hit Miguel Montero in the back with a pitch. Benches emptied that time, but there was no activity. But in the bottom half of the seventh inning, when Kennedy hit Greinke in the shoulder with a pitch, all kinds of chaos broke out. Juan Uribe, Ronald Belisario and Luis Cruz appeared to lead the first wave of Dodgers into a huddle of Diamondbacks just in front of their dugout as benches and bullpens emptied in a hurry.
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