2/27/2015 | Prolific base-stealer Pierre retires after 14-year career
Juan Pierre, the catalyst of the Marlins' 2003 World Series title team and one of the most prolific base stealers of his generation, has announce his retirement. The 37-year-old speedster is walking away from the game after an impressive 14-year career.
2/27/2015 | Mattingly in early planning stages as BP gets underway
As the Dodgers creep closer to Wednesday's Opening Day of the exhibition season, manager Don Mattingly continues to defer any questions about his lineup and batting order.
2/27/2015 | Ryu reports no back issues after playing catch
Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu returned to the practice field on Friday and resumed throwing after missing two days with mid-back stiffness.
2/27/2015 | Jansen fitted for weight-bearing boot
After stitches are removed next week, the boot will allow Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen to begin placing weight on the foot and gradually ramp up athletic activity. Until then, he will continue on crutches.
2/27/2015 | Turner looks to keep turning heads with Dodgers
Being a non-roster position player in a Dodgers Spring Training camp is likely to lead to a year as Triple-A insurance, or worse. So what Justin Turner did last year, mostly under the radar, deserves respect.
2/26/2015 | Mattingly ready for some 'open competition' in camp
Manager Don Mattingly held a 70-minute meeting before the Dodgers' first full-squad workout of Spring Training on Thursday, presumably just to introduce everybody. There were 58 players in last year's Major League camp and 61 this year, but only 24 are holdovers from 2014 to '15.
2/26/2015 | Legendary Koufax stops by for first full-squad workout
With all of the new faces in uniform for the first full-squad workout on Thursday, there was also the most iconic Dodgers face in uniform: Sandy Koufax.
2/26/2015 | Mattingly confident in Peralta's availability for opener
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said the club is confident reliever Joel Peralta will be ready for the start of the season. Peralta is behind schedule because of right shoulder stiffness.
2/26/2015 | Ryu doesn't expect stiff back to be an issue much longer
Dodgers starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu said he's not worried about being ready for the start of the season after missing his second day of workouts with mid-back stiffness on Thursday.
2/25/2015 | Koufax, Lasorda to greet Dodgers at camp
Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax's appearance at Camelback Ranch has quickly become one of the most highly anticipated rituals since Koufax became special advisor to chairman Mark Walter in 2013.
2/25/2015 | Peralta could miss start of season
Dodgers reliever Joel Peralta, sidelined by shoulder stiffness, said he is hopeful he will be able to throw off a mound by next week. That will put him nearly two weeks behind the rest of the team's pitchers and at risk of opening the season on the disabled list.
2/25/2015 | Back stiffness keeps Ryu out of workouts
Dodgers starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu was held out of workouts on Wednesday becase of mid-back stiffness, manager Don Mattingly said.
2/25/2015 | Veteran right-hander Gaudin in camp with Dodgers
The Dodgers' collection of veteran pitchers continued to grow on Wednesday with the addition of free-agent right-hander Chad Gaudin.
2/25/2015 | McCarthy, Anderson eye successful reunion in L.A.
Former A's Brandon McCarthy and Brett Anderson, now reunited in the Dodgers rotation, have always had a lot in common off the field, and this season they're both looking to prove their durability and help Los Angeles in its quest for a World Series championship.
2/24/2015 | Mattingly believes Ryu deserves more attention
In a starting rotation headed by Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly thinks Hyun-Jin Ryu doesn't get enough credit.
2/24/2015 | Greinke throws in bullpen, feels 'same as I did last year'
After throwing his first bullpen session since a Thursday elbow injection, Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke said he has no more concern about his health now than he did a year ago.
2/24/2015 | Ethier meets with Dodgers about role on club
Andre Ethier said he met with club management on Monday to "clear the air" about his desire to be a starting outfielder, whether on the Dodgers or elsewhere.
2/23/2015 | Greinke, Peralta, Anderson continue workouts
Dodgers pitchers Zack Greinke and Joel Peralta continued to progress from minor medical issues and played flat-ground catch for a second day Monday.
2/23/2015 | Losing Lopez dampened pursuit of Moncada
The Dodgers' desire to sign Cuban phenom Yoan Moncada apparently was blunted when they lost out to Arizona in the bidding for countryman Yoan Lopez in January.
2/23/2015 | Mattingly expects Ethier will be 'professional'
Andre Ethier, who lost his starting outfield job last year, said in December he wanted to be a starter again, even if it meant with a different team. On Monday, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly downplayed the suggestion that Ethier could become an unhappy distraction.
2/23/2015 | Jansen, Dodgers relieved after MRI delivers good news
Kenley Jansen hobbled into the Dodgers clubhouse Monday on crutches with his left foot in a cast to his mid-shin, feeling pretty lucky. When the doctors tell you that a growth in your foot isn't life-threatening, you feel lucky.
2/23/2015 | Search it: Aardsma credits web for rebirth
What if you could search, "Fix my pitching mechanics," and it really worked? What if we ask David Aardsma? "That's pretty much how it happened," Aardsma said after reporting to the Dodgers' Major League spring camp.
2/22/2015 | Anderson taking it slow with bullpen sessions
Every Dodgers pitcher who threw a bullpen session Friday threw a second one Sunday except Brett Anderson, whose workload is being managed as he returns from lower back surgery.
2/22/2015 | Howell to miss Spring Training due to health issues
Dodgers assistant pitching coach Ken Howell, beset in recent years by complications from diabetes, will miss Spring Training because of continuing health issues.
2/22/2015 | Nicasio embracing new life as reliever
In the Major Leagues last year, Juan Nicasio was mostly a starting pitcher and Carlos Frias was mostly a reliever. But in this new Dodgers world, at least at the start of Spring Training, manager Don Mattingly said Nicasio will be a multi-innings reliever and Frias will be a starter.
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