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May 10, 2005 | From Associated Press
Rickey Henderson is ready to run again. Baseball's career leader in runs and stolen bases will play in the new independent Golden Baseball League this season, agreeing on Monday to join the San Diego Surf Dawgs. The 46-year-old Henderson started the last two years with the Newark Bears of the independent Atlantic League. He finished 2003 with the Dodgers, playing in 30 games. "He still hopes to play in the majors," agent Jeff Borris said. "He still feels that he can be competitive."
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July 7, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Atlanta's relievers had their biggest blowup of the season Thursday night, but Cincinnati's latest closer wound up taking the loss in a matchup of struggling bullpens. Jeff Francoeur's two-out single in the bottom of the 10th inning drove in Chipper Jones with the winning run as the Braves recovered from a ninth-inning collapse to beat the Reds, 8-7. Francoeur's hit came against Todd Coffey, who followed David Weathers in the closer's role. The Reds' relievers have a 5.
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May 4, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
And now for a slight pause in the celebration over the Dodgers' fast start. Pause, as in to just mention, after Friday afternoon's 5-4 loss to the lowly Cubs in Wrigley Field, the Dodgers have now dropped three of their last four. A mere hiccup during the course of a 162-game season, but considering the Dodgers were an impressive 16-6 leading into this little hitch, it at least raises a weary eyebrow. Playing their first game in front of two of their new owners Mark Walter - who lives in Chicago -- and Stan Kasten, the Dodgers managed just six hits.
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April 29, 2012 | By Jim Peltz
Hours after reiterating that Javy Guerra was his closer despite rough outings recently, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly used Kenley Jansen to finish Sunday's win over the Washington Nationals. But that was because Guerra had pitched Saturday night and Jansen was "the freshest arm," Mattingly said. The hard-throwing Jansen walked leadoff batter Adam LaRoche in the ninth inning and fell behind the next batter. Soon Guerra was warming up in the bullpen, although to Mattingly that was not a contradiction, saying that if Jansen were "to walk the house" he needed Guerra ready.
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April 13, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
Then in his second start, Aaron Harang came out of the phone booth and laughed at the mere mortals. It was going to be that kind of night. This was a much different Harang from the right-hander who couldn't get out of the fifth inning in his first start, also against the Padres. This Harang threw fastballs past hitters, dropped 70 mph curves on the corners and froze hitters. After giving up an initial hit to Cameron Maybin to begin the game, Harang went on a strikeout tear Friday, the likes of which the Dodgers have never seen.
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April 30, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
Hey, it was a good month. That finale to April left something to be desired, but even after their 6-2 loss to the Rockies in Denver on Monday night snapped their three-game winning streak, it wasn't like the Dodgers could complain too loudly. They finished April with a record of 16-7, the best in the National League, and with a 3 ½-game lead in the NL West over the Giants. A year ago, they went 13-14 in April. The Dodgers had their chances Monday, but couldn't cash in on an ideal scoring situation in the seventh inning, and were left with a loss to start their six-game trip.
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March 31, 2012 | By Dylan Hernandez
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Clayton Kershaw's only solace was that the game didn't count. Kershaw was visibly displeased with how he pitched in an abbreviated start Saturday that counted as his final tuneup for the regular season. "Hopefully, all the bad ones are out of my system," said Kershaw, who will take the ball for the Dodgers in their April 5 opener in San Diego. Pitching the first 32/3 innings of a 9-3 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, Kershaw was charged with three runs, six hits and a walk.
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April 28, 2012 | By Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin
Dee Gordon can't get on base these days, but Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly has no intention of removing him from the leadoff spot. The Dodgers' second-year shortstop went into Saturday batting .224. His on-base percentage was only .268. Gordon was two for 13 in his last three games and hadn't drawn a walk in any of his last six games. Of the possibility of dropping Gordon in the order, Mattingly said, "I could think about it, but then I have to find a guy who can lead of. At this point, I don't feel I need to do a whole lot different.
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May 18, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
Is that a shudder going down your spine? Ned Colletti told The Times' Dylan Hernandez that after speaking to the Dodgers' new owners, he expects to have more financial flexibility at the trading deadline this year. Colletti with money, and thoughts turn to Andruw Jones, Juan Pierre, Juan Uribe and Jason Schmidt. Pricey free agents have been his downfall, and then there's his penchant for signing aged veterans. But all those eager to take continual swipes at Colletti need to take one giant step back.
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March 30, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
The Dodgers need to investigate Andre Ethier's aversion to hitting singles this spring. They might mention they are allowed, though it's just possible they are completely fine with his swing. I mean, given that he's simply been tearing the ball up all spring. Ethier continued his Ruthian ways Friday against the Brewers, hitting a double and home run, each driving in a pair of runs - and all the Dodgers' runs - in a 9-4 loss at Camelback. In a split-squad game against the Cubs in Mesa, the Dodgers won, 6-3, behind a two-run triple by Dee Gordon.
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