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August 1, 2010
By Dylan Hernandez, Los Angeles Times — The Dodgers didn't add a top-of-the-rotation arm by the 1 p.m. nonwaiver trade deadline on Saturday. They didn't add a shut-down reliever. And they certainly didn't add an oversized personality who could electrify Dodger Stadium the way Manny Ramirez did two years ago. But General Manager Ned Colletti and Manager Joe Torre insisted the Dodgers were an improved club after the two deals they made, acquiring starting pitcher Ted Lilly and infielder Ryan Theriot from the Chicago Cubs, and reliever Octavio Dotel from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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June 27, 2012 | By Dylan Hernandez
SAN FRANCISCO - Chad Billingsley almost reached the promised land. As it was, Billingsley got to a place no other Dodger reached in the team's three consecutive shutout defeats to the San Francisco Giants: third base. That happened in the third inning in the Dodgers' 3-0 loss Wednesday, when the pitcher doubled against Tim Lincecum and reached third base on a wild pitch. Lincecum threw another pitch to the backstop and Billingsley bolted for home. Catcher Hector Sanchez retrieved the ball and tossed it to Lincecum, whom Billingsley slid into.
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March 12, 2011 | By Jim Peltz
The last time Dodgers reliever Blake Hawksworth appeared in a regular-season game, he was lying on the ground at Wrigley Field after a line drive by the Chicago Cubs' Sam Fuld had smashed into Hawksworth's upper lip. That was Sept. 25 and Hawksworth, then a member of the St. Louis Cardinals, was done for the year. Two months later, the right-hander was traded to the Dodgers for infielder Ryan Theriot . Now, Hawksworth is poised to be a key middle reliever for the Dodgers, and he said Friday that whatever trepidation he felt about facing batters again had dissipated.
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March 12, 2011 | By Jim Peltz
The last time Dodgers reliever Blake Hawksworth appeared in a regular-season game, he was lying on the ground at Wrigley Field after a line drive by the Chicago Cubs' Sam Fuld had smashed into Hawksworth's upper lip. That was Sept. 25 and Hawksworth, then a member of the St. Louis Cardinals, was done for the year. Two months later, the right-hander was traded to the Dodgers for infielder Ryan Theriot . Now, Hawksworth is poised to be a key middle reliever for the Dodgers, and he said Friday that whatever trepidation he felt about facing batters again had dissipated.
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August 31, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
Rafael Furcal could be back in the lineup when the Dodgers open a crucial three-game series against the San Francisco Giants on Friday. Furcal is scheduled to go on a two-game minor league rehabilitation assignment with the Dodgers' triple-A affiliate in Albuquerque, which will start Wednesday. Sidelined since Aug. 3 with a lower back strain, the shortstop spent last week rehabilitating at the Dodgers' spring-training complex in Arizona. He has worked out at Dodger Stadium over the last couple of days and reported feeling better.
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September 15, 2008 | Paul Sullivan, Chicago Tribune
MILWAUKEE -- Bernie Brewer wasn't at Miller Park on Sunday night, and the famous racing sausages decided to sit this one out too. But the pro-Cubs crowd of 23,441 who showed up for the first makeup game of the hurricane-affected series between the Cubs and Houston got a chance to watch Carlos Zambrano make history. Zambrano threw the Cubs' first no-hitter in 36 years in a 5-0 victory, stunning the Astros and making a triumphant return to the mound after an 11-day layoff since his last start.
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August 29, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
Kazuhisa Ishii still stands alone. A victory away from matching Ishii's franchise record of winning his first six starts with the Dodgers, Ted Lilly was lit up in a 10-5 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Sunday at Coors Field. Lilly, who entered the game with a 1.83 earned-run average since his July 31 move to the Dodgers, was clobbered for seven runs and nine hits in four innings. "It was more location than anything else," catcher Brad Ausmus said. The last time Lilly pitched fewer innings was July 9, when he lasted only 3 2/3 innings at Dodger Stadium as a member of the Chicago Cubs.
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June 27, 2012 | By Dylan Hernandez
SAN FRANCISCO - Chad Billingsley almost reached the promised land. As it was, Billingsley got to a place no other Dodger reached in the team's three consecutive shutout defeats to the San Francisco Giants: third base. That happened in the third inning in the Dodgers' 3-0 loss Wednesday, when the pitcher doubled against Tim Lincecum and reached third base on a wild pitch. Lincecum threw another pitch to the backstop and Billingsley bolted for home. Catcher Hector Sanchez retrieved the ball and tossed it to Lincecum, whom Billingsley slid into.
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August 2, 2010 | By Jim Peltz
"This is a pivotal time for us." So said Manager Joe Torre on Monday as the Dodgers opened a critical four-game series against the first-place San Diego Padres at Dodger Stadium. With the Dodgers dropping fast in the National League West, Torre agreed "there's a sense of urgency" for the club to start winning again. But he said that while his players were frustrated with their recent record, their effort remained intact. "We're not very good right now," Torre said.
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June 20, 2010 | By Mike DiGiovanna
Reporting from Chicago — Well, at least the Angels were consistent across the board Sunday. Their starting pitching was as shaky as their defense, which was as shoddy as their relief work, and it all added up to a 12-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs in Wrigley Field. Left-hander Joe Saunders (5-8) was roughed up for eight runs — five earned — and nine hits in 2 2/3 innings, and shortstop Brandon Wood, filling in for the injured Erick Aybar, committed two miscues that aided Cubs rallies in the second and third innings.
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November 30, 2010 | Staff and wire reports
The San Francisco Giants wanted to hold onto Juan Uribe ? enough to where they made the infielder a last-minute offer similar to the three-year, $21-million contract he ended up signing with the Dodgers, according to a baseball source who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the situation. Uribe passed a physical Tuesday to finalize his contract, which will pay him $5 million next year, $8 million in 2012 and $7 million in 2013. He will receive the final $1 million in 2014.
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August 31, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
Rafael Furcal could be back in the lineup when the Dodgers open a crucial three-game series against the San Francisco Giants on Friday. Furcal is scheduled to go on a two-game minor league rehabilitation assignment with the Dodgers' triple-A affiliate in Albuquerque, which will start Wednesday. Sidelined since Aug. 3 with a lower back strain, the shortstop spent last week rehabilitating at the Dodgers' spring-training complex in Arizona. He has worked out at Dodger Stadium over the last couple of days and reported feeling better.
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August 29, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
Kazuhisa Ishii still stands alone. A victory away from matching Ishii's franchise record of winning his first six starts with the Dodgers, Ted Lilly was lit up in a 10-5 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Sunday at Coors Field. Lilly, who entered the game with a 1.83 earned-run average since his July 31 move to the Dodgers, was clobbered for seven runs and nine hits in four innings. "It was more location than anything else," catcher Brad Ausmus said. The last time Lilly pitched fewer innings was July 9, when he lasted only 3 2/3 innings at Dodger Stadium as a member of the Chicago Cubs.
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August 2, 2010 | By Jim Peltz
"This is a pivotal time for us." So said Manager Joe Torre on Monday as the Dodgers opened a critical four-game series against the first-place San Diego Padres at Dodger Stadium. With the Dodgers dropping fast in the National League West, Torre agreed "there's a sense of urgency" for the club to start winning again. But he said that while his players were frustrated with their recent record, their effort remained intact. "We're not very good right now," Torre said.
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August 1, 2010
By Dylan Hernandez, Los Angeles Times — The Dodgers didn't add a top-of-the-rotation arm by the 1 p.m. nonwaiver trade deadline on Saturday. They didn't add a shut-down reliever. And they certainly didn't add an oversized personality who could electrify Dodger Stadium the way Manny Ramirez did two years ago. But General Manager Ned Colletti and Manager Joe Torre insisted the Dodgers were an improved club after the two deals they made, acquiring starting pitcher Ted Lilly and infielder Ryan Theriot from the Chicago Cubs, and reliever Octavio Dotel from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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July 31, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
On the eve of the non-waiver trade deadline, the Dodgers remained in conversations with the Chicago Cubs about a potential deal for left-hander Ted Lilly , according to multiple baseball sources who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were unauthorized to discuss the matter. The Dodgers and Cubs have discussed a potential deal that would send Lilly and infielder Ryan Theriot to Los Angeles, but one source indicated that the Dodgers might be focused on acquiring only Lilly.
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November 30, 2010 | Staff and wire reports
The San Francisco Giants wanted to hold onto Juan Uribe ? enough to where they made the infielder a last-minute offer similar to the three-year, $21-million contract he ended up signing with the Dodgers, according to a baseball source who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the situation. Uribe passed a physical Tuesday to finalize his contract, which will pay him $5 million next year, $8 million in 2012 and $7 million in 2013. He will receive the final $1 million in 2014.
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June 20, 2010 | By Mike DiGiovanna
Reporting from Chicago — Well, at least the Angels were consistent across the board Sunday. Their starting pitching was as shaky as their defense, which was as shoddy as their relief work, and it all added up to a 12-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs in Wrigley Field. Left-hander Joe Saunders (5-8) was roughed up for eight runs — five earned — and nine hits in 2 2/3 innings, and shortstop Brandon Wood, filling in for the injured Erick Aybar, committed two miscues that aided Cubs rallies in the second and third innings.
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