Can 2020 get any weirder? The answer is: Yes.
The National League Central was baseball’s most tightly contested division in 2018 — minus the Reds, whose 67-95 record was third-worst in the NL.
Saturday afternoon, the ballpark by the bay felt a lot like Dodgers Stadium north.
In fallout from an onfield scuffle in Los Angeles Tuesday, standout rookie Dereck Rodríguez sustained a grade 1 right hamstring strain.
The last time he faced the Dodgers, Mike Fiers twirled a no-hitter striking out 10. Making his A’s debut Wednesday, he danced with the same fate.
AT&T Park was stage to a pitcher’s duel Sunday as Ty Blach matched up with Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw.
The Dodgers were an absolute force in 2017 landing in the franchise’s first World Series since 1988.
Things have to go perfectly for the Giants on Clayton Kershaw day, even with his team in an historic slump.
Hunter Strickland and Bryce Harper learned their fate following Monday afternoon’s brawl. Strickland was issued a six-game suspension with an undisclosed fine, Harper will get four with his own undisclosed fine.
Clayton Kershaw was near perfect. Johnny Cueto was not. That was the simple math needed in a 6-1 Dodger demolition
The Dodgers gave Kershaw a mighty one-run lead he’d keep through his 7-inning, seven-strikeout outing.
The Dodgers win the division and make another playoff run with their strong pitching staff. The Giants have a decent season and fight for a wild-card spot.
Cuban outfielder Yasmani Tomas is scheduled to visit the States Friday to meet with his agent.
The Dodgers have restarted the process of adding a degree of caution to Yasiel Puig’s risk-taking mentality.