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5/29/2016 | No win for Kershaw, but A-Gone rescues LA in 9th

After the bullpen let a Clayton Kershaw victory get away, Adrian Gonzalez's two-run single with one out in the ninth propelled the Dodgers to a 4-2 win over the Mets on Sunday night in the rubber match of their emotional three-game series at Citi Field.

5/29/2016 | Maeda a quick healer, shakes off liner off hand

Kenta Maeda, who pitched four hitless innings after a line drive smoked his pitching hand Saturday night, continued to amaze the Dodgers with his healing powers on Sunday. Maeda said the swelling had subsided, the pain was virtually gone and he expects to make his next scheduled start on Thursday in Chicago.

5/29/2016 | Soreness to keep Ryu from making next rehab start

Hyun-Jin Ryu won't make his scheduled Monday rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City because of soreness, slowing his comeback from last year's left shoulder surgery again.

5/29/2016 | Cubs' Hammel, LA's Wood face off on holiday

The Dodgers come to Wrigley Field to begin a four-game series against the Cubs on Memorial Day, with Chicago right-hander Jason Hammel opposing Los Angeles left-hander Alex Wood.

5/29/2016 | Utley has last laugh, slams Mets with 2 HRs

The more Mets fans hate Chase Utley, the more reason he gives them to. After answering a 99-mph retaliation pitch behind his back from Noah Syndergaard -- and a borough full of boo-birds fixated on his every move -- with a grand slam, a solo homer and five RBIs in the Dodgers' 9-1 win Saturday night, Utley didn't deny that playing the villain seems to suit his game.

5/29/2016 | Maeda slowed, not stopped by comebacker

After Dodgers rookie Kenta Maeda was struck in the right wrist by a line drive, he rose to his feet, stepped back on the mound and stayed in the game. He lasted five innings and allowed just two hits and two walks, earning the victory in Los Angeles' 9-1 win at New York.

5/28/2016 | Mets-Dodgers tensions must end here and now

Here's hoping the Mets and Dodgers have the good sense to end this ridiculous thing here and now. To escalate it further benefits no one.

5/28/2016 | Kershaw aims to close perfect May vs. Colon, Mets

The weekend-long celebration at Citi Field for the 30th anniversary of the Mets' 1986 World Series championship team will come to an end under the lights Sunday, when Clayton Kershaw and Bartolo Colon square off to wrap up a three-game series between Los Angeles and New York.

5/28/2016 | Maeda, Thompson and Crawford exit with injuries

Dodgers starting pitcher Kenta Maeda and outfielders Trayce Thompson and Carl Crawford left Saturday night's game with injuries believed to be minor.

5/28/2016 | Mets' game of Dodge(r) ball turns Utley

After being thrown at earlier in the game, Chase Utley crushed a first-pitch changeup from Logan Verrett for a homer in the sixth to get Los Angeles on the board and followed that with a grand slam in the seventh to power the Dodgers to a 9-1 victory over the Mets at Citi Field on Saturday.

5/28/2016 | Urias optioned back to Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers optioned teenage starter Julio Urias back to Triple-A Oklahoma City Saturday, one day after his rocky Major League debut against the Mets.

5/28/2016 | Utley continues to be a thorn in Mets' side

As manager Dave Roberts said, it was "only fitting" that Chase Utley briefly silenced the Citi Field crowd with a tying three-run double in the top of the ninth inning of a Friday night game the Dodgers would lose in the bottom of the frame on Curtis Granderson's walk-off homer, 6-5.

5/28/2016 | Urias' MLB debut doesn't go as planned

Baseball wasn't a young man's game Friday night at Citi Field. In his Major League debut, 19-year-old Dodgers phenom Julio Urias couldn't get out of the third inning.

5/27/2016 | Bonds apologizes to Joc for miscommunication

Nearly a month after Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson didn't get a picture at Dodger Stadium with Barry Bonds, one of his all-time favorite baseball players, he received an apologetic phone call from baseball's home run leader.

5/27/2016 | Urias' callup a dream come true for his family

The call from his 19-year-old son brought Carlos Alberto Urias to his knees. First in tears and then in prayer. This was "The Call" he had been waiting for since his son, Julio Urias, was 5-years old, playing with kids much older than him.

5/27/2016 | Wood hoping to start Monday against Cubs

If not for Alex Wood, top prospect Julio Urias would have still been in the Minor Leagues on Friday. Wood told reporters he wasn't the story on Friday, but reporters reminded him he was still a story. Irritation in his left triceps, resulting from a swing and miss two starts back, set in motion the decision to slide the 19-year-old Urias into Wood's start against the Mets.

5/27/2016 | Roberts: No better stage for Urias to debut

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said the club had no qualms about throwing Julio Urias into the fire in New York, of all places.

5/27/2016 | Thor set for rematch with Maeda as Mets honor '86

While the Mets continue to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1986 World Series championship, a title they won thanks in large part to a dazzling young rotation, they send one of the jewels of modern-day pitching to the mound in Noah Syndergaard on Saturday night against Kenta Maeda and the Dodgers at Citi Field.

5/27/2016 | Mets 86 Dodgers after fast start, Urias finish

The Dodgers rallied in the ninth to erase a four-run deficit, but Curtis Granderson saved the best of the drama for last. Granderson launched a walk-off home run over the wall in right field to give the Mets a 6-5 victory over Los Angeles on Friday night in front of a nostalgic, sellout crowd at Citi Field that was on hand in part to begin a weekend-long celebration for the 30th anniversary of the 1986 World Series championship team.

5/27/2016 | Phillies' pair among top prospect performers Thursday

A look at the best performances from top prospects on Thursday.

5/26/2016 | What to expect from Dodgers phenom Urias

After weeks of speculation as to when the Dodgers would promote baseball's top left-handed pitching prospect, Julio Urias is slated to start for L.A. against the Mets on Friday. Jim Callis tells us what we should expect from the 19-year-old phenom.

5/26/2016 | No. 2 MLB prospect Urias debuts for LA on Friday

Fans and media aren't the only ones amped up over the promotion of Dodgers teenage pitching sensation Julio Urias to the Major Leagues, which the club announced on Thursday.

5/26/2016 | Dominant Kazmir lets bats have an off night

Scott Kazmir pitched well enough that the Dodgers' off night on offense didn't matter. The left-hander allowed just one run on four hits and struck out a season-high 12 batters over six innings, leading the Dodgers to a 3-1 win that completed a series sweep of the Reds.

5/26/2016 | Kazmir fans 12 as LA runs Cincy's skid to 10

Behind Scott Kazmir's 12 strikeouts, the Dodgers continued their dominance of the Reds, completing a three-game sweep with a 3-1 victory at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday night. The loss was Cincinnati's 10th in a row.

5/25/2016 | Ryu goes four scoreless for OKC in rehab outing

Hyun-Jin Ryu took another step toward rejoining the Dodgers, throwing four scoreless innings for Triple-A Oklahoma City his third rehab start on Wednesday.

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