Yasmani Grandal's sacrifice fly and two-run homer paced the Dodgers to a 3-1 win over the Giants on Sunday at Dodger Stadium. Ace Clayton Kershaw made his fifth start since coming off the disabled list, allowing Mac Williamson's homer over eight innings while striking out six.
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Manager Dave Roberts has stressed the importance of the Dodgers ending the season on a winning note to carry it over to the postseason. Part of that momentum is getting Clayton Kershaw back on track, and the Dodgers' ace made his fifth start since coming off the disabled list in the Dodgers' 3-1 win over the Giants on Sunday.
The Dodgers locked down the National League West title on Friday, but as they begin a three-game series against the Padres at Dodger Stadium, they still have plenty to play for. Right-hander Yu Darvish will start Monday's series opener. San Diego will send left-hander Travis Wood to the mound.
Dave Roberts did everything but use the word "benched" in explaining why Yasiel Puig was benched on Sunday after his stunning caught stealing that ended Saturday night's 2-1 loss to the Giants and infuriated the Dodgers manager.
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Performing like the staff ace that he is acknowledged to be, Madison Bumgarner subdued the Los Angeles Dodgers' offense for 7 2/3 innings Saturday night to help the San Francisco Giants prevail, 2-1.
While playing for the Tigers in 2009, Curtis Granderson held a baseball clinic at the Major League Baseball Urban Youth Academy in Compton, Calif. Fast forward eight years and Granderson returned to Compton.
Dodgers lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu exited the game in the third inning Saturday after taking a liner off his left arm from Giants second baseman Joe Panik. The team announced his injury as a forearm contusion.
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Following the Dodgers' 2-1 loss to the Giants, manager Dave Roberts arrived at his postgame media session frustrated at Yasiel Puig. With two outs in the ninth, Puig attempted to steal second base but was thrown out by Giants catcher Buster Posey to end the game.
For the past month the Dodgers played like they had the division clinched. On Friday night, they finally did. It all came together fittingly on Tommy Lasorda's 90th birthday, a 4-2 win over the rival Giants that secured a fifth consecutive National League West title.
It has been a long season with plenty of ups and downs for the Dodgers, but on Friday night, they became the first team to win five consecutive National League West titles.
The Dodgers clinched a fifth consecutive National League West title Friday night, as Cody Bellinger set a National League rookie record with his 39th home run, a three-run shot, in a 4-2 win over the Giants at Dodger Stadium.
MLB.com looks back at the Dodgers' regular season as the club clinches its fifth straight division title.
Here is everything you need to know about the Dodgers, who are heading to the postseason for the fifth straight season.
Lasorda, Dodgers celebrate NL West title
For the fifth consecutive year, the Dodgers have won the National League West. They can lock up home-field advantage through the first two rounds of the postseason with any combination of Los Angeles wins and Washington losses totaling four.
With a three-run shot in the third inning Friday vs. the Giants, Dodgers sensation Cody Bellinger launched his 39th homer of the season, setting the single-season mark for home runs by a National League rookie.
Rich Hill surprised after first double in 10 years
Even before the Dodgers could present Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda a division title for his 90th birthday Friday night, the club held an on-field pregame ceremony to mark the occasion, with MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred among attending dignitaries.
Dodgers utility man Enrique Hernandez, a native of Puerto Rico, has created his own donation fund to help with Hurricane Maria relief efforts.
Wish a happy 90th b-day to Tommy Lasorda
The Dodgers finally cut their magic number to one to clinch a fifth consecutive National League West title with a 5-4 comeback win over the Phillies on Thursday at Citizens Bank Park, snapping a four-game losing streak and setting up a likely celebration during a homestand that opens on Friday night.
Tryouts for the Dodgers' postseason roster continued on Thursday at Citizens Bank Park. Oh, they also cut their magic number to one.
Phanatic had awkward date with Alanna Rizzo
The Dodgers' vexing division clinching was deferred until Friday at the earliest with another bullpen loss to the last-place Phillies on Wednesday night, 7-5, extending the latest losing streak to four while the Nationals pulled to within 3 1/2 games of Los Angeles for home-field advantage throughout the National League playoffs.
After Tuesday night's meltdown loss, reliever Pedro Baez was given a seat in the dugout by manager Dave Roberts to watch a few games, and on Wednesday night he watched bullpen mate Ross Stripling have a meltdown himself.
Utley triples, gets standing ovation in Philly
Pedro Baez critics should note that the right-hander not only won't be pitching the remaining two games of the current series against the Phillies, but he also won't even be in the Dodgers' bullpen.