Dodgers legend Don Newcombe dies at 92

Don Newcombe, one of the greatest pitchers in Dodgers history and one of the franchise's final links to Brooklyn and the days of Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella, died Tuesday after a lengthy illness. He was 92.… Read More
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Kershaw to make 9th straight Opening Day start

Clayton Kershaw, signed to a three-year, $93 million extension over the offseason, was again named the Dodgers' Opening Day starter by manager Dave Roberts on Tuesday. The Dodgers open the season March 28 against Arizona at Dodger Stadium.… Read More
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Kershaw impressive throwing first live BP

Clayton Kershaw on Monday was the first Dodger to throw live batting practice this spring, with opposing batters Russell Martin and Josh Thole issuing rave reviews while Kershaw was typically underwhelmed.… Read More
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Trim, fit Jansen enters spring on a mission

Kenley Jansen said cardiologist Dr. Koonlawee Nademanee "is the best probably in the world" and it must be true, because the surgeon not only fixed Jansen's heart but also his mind. The Dodgers closer threw a bullpen session Wednesday as if he never had a 5 1/2-hour procedure performed in late November to correct a defect that caused an irregular heartbeat.… Read More
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