11/25/2015 | Dodgers bring community closer over holidays
The Dodgers are reaching out to Southern California with a pair of events as part of their "Season of Giving," a community-focused campaign that seeks to improve the lives of children in Los Angeles.
11/25/2015 | Dodgers announce 2016 promo schedule
The Dodgers will feature a promotion or giveaway item at 64 of their home games in 2016, the club announced on Wednesday.
11/24/2015 | Dodgers help out with turkey giveaway
Members of the local community and politicians joined with the Dodgers and the baseball community at the 11th Annual Healthy Family Update and Turkey Giveaway.
11/24/2015 | Kasten: Roberts' hiring a 'collective process'
Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten, speaking publicly for the first time about the hiring of Dave Roberts as manager, said the person whose decision "mattered the most" was president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman.
11/24/2015 | Roberts' hiring signals change in opportunities
Dave Roberts has a unique opportunity. The new manager of the Dodgers has become the 15th manager of African-American descent in Major League history, and the one who has inherited the best opportunity for success.
11/24/2015 | Dodger Stadium hosting College Baseball Classic
The UCLA and USC baseball teams will once again take part in the 2016 College Baseball Classic doubleheader at Dodger Stadium, which features both teams from the 2013 College World Series finals.
11/23/2015 | Congrats flood in for Roberts on social media
It's no surprise that the hiring of Dave Roberts as next manager, which the Dodgers made official Monday morning, was popular among players and media.
11/23/2015 | Report: Chapman draws interest from Dodgers
The Dodgers, looking to make an upgrade in their bullpen, have reportedly "checked in" on Reds closer Aroldis Chapman, according to CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman.
11/23/2015 | Roberts impresses with integrity, intelligence
The Los Angeles Dodgers have hired one of the nicest and most genuine men on the planet. As qualifications go for a job like this one, that's an excellent place to start.
11/22/2015 | Sources: Dodgers ink pair of Cuban prospects
The Dodgers have come to terms with two top Cuban prospects. According to industry sources, outfielder Yusniel Diaz, 19, ranked No. 3 on MLB.com's Top 30 International Prospects list, and second baseman Omar Estevez, 17, have agreed to a bonuses worth $15.5 and $6 million, respectively.
11/22/2015 | Nats, Dodgers reportedly frontrunners for O'Day
The Nationals and Dodgers appear to be the most likely landing spots for free-agent reliever Darren O'Day, according to ESPN.
11/21/2015 | Henderson, Yount recount milestone moments
Rickey Henderson and Robin Yount , two of MLB's 29 historical 3,000-hit men, were on the stage of the Juniper Ballroom in the Aria Hotel on Friday, reminiscing about their careers in an installment of a lecture series that is a featured part of Tony La Russa's 4th Annual Leaders & Legends weekend to benefit the Pets for Vets program of his Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF).
11/20/2015 | Scully wins Best Call for Dodgers' balk-off win
Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully was named winner of the Esurance MLB Award for Best Call, TV on the Dodgers' balk-off win over the Rangers on June 18.
11/20/2015 | Cotton, Stripling added to 40-man roster
The Dodgers on Friday added right-handed pitchers Jharel Cotton and Ross Stripling to the 40-man roster, protecting them from next month's Rule 5 Draft. They are the Dodgers' No. 15 and No. 22 prospects, respectively, according to MLB.com.
11/20/2015 | Dodgers honored for Vin's return video
A special moment this summer at Dodger Stadium has earned the Dodgers an Esurance MLB Award.
11/20/2015 | Complete list of 2015 Esurance MLB Award winners
Baseball's annual award seasons was memorable, filled with Gold Gloves, Silver Sluggers and Cy Youngs. And on Friday we got the grand finale, with the presentation of the Esurance MLB Awards.
11/19/2015 | Honeycutt: Greinke can be like Maddux
Rick Honeycutt said he was "a little bit shocked" that Zack Greinke didn't win the National League Cy Young Award on Wednesday, but he is convinced the free-agent pitcher "can continue to pitch just like Greg Maddux into his 40s."
11/19/2015 | 3 Opening Day games to be played on first Sunday
Opening Day 2016 will feature a combined seven national ESPN telecasts -- three on Sunday, April 3, and four on Monday, April 4 -- Commissioner Rob Manfred announced on Thursday at the end of Major League Baseball's quarterly Owners Meetings in Dallas.
11/18/2015 | Dodgers host BP for active military, veterans
The Dodgers paid tribute to Veterans Day on Wednesday by hosting 300 active-duty service members, as well as veterans and their families, for batting practice at Dodger Stadium.
11/18/2015 | Report: Kapler or Roberts will be LA manager
The Dodgers have trimmed their manager finalists to Gabe Kapler and Dave Roberts, eliminating Bud Black, according to an ESPN tweet.
11/17/2015 | Minors manager Shoemaker wins Coolbaugh Award
Longtime Dodgers Minor League manager John Shoemaker was named the winner of the eighth annual Mike Coolbaugh Award, presented to an individual who has shown outstanding baseball work ethic, knowledge of the game and skill in mentoring young players.
11/17/2015 | Kershaw donates to building of UYA in Texas
Dodgers pitcher and Dallas native Clayton Kershaw made a personal financial donation toward construction of the Texas Rangers MLB Urban Youth Academy in West Dallas.
11/17/2015 | Kershaw has case for 4th Cy Young Award
Clayton Kershaw's case for winning the 2015 National League Cy Young Award, presented by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, is simple.
11/17/2015 | Greinke put together quite the Cy Young case
If the case for Zack Greinke to win the National League Cy Young Award was heard in court, the first witness to testify would be the Major League Baseball Players Association, peers who already declared Greinke the league's outstanding pitcher through its Players Choice Award.
11/16/2015 | Longtime MLB scout Genovese dies at 93
George Genovese, the scout who signed a veritable All-Star team of players for the San Francisco Giants, died Sunday in a Burbank, Calif., hospital. He was 93.
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