Time passes as everyone waits for Chad Billingsley to leap forward.
Abreu and strong pitching have helped L.A. withstand key injuries.
As Dodgers move on, they seem to be in good hands with Stan Kasten.
The Dodgers are off to a fast start, but now the key is showing staying power.
Healthy and on the verge of a big contract, Andre Ethier is in top form.
In a long season of storylines, Josh Lindblom draws first blood for Dodgers.
A year later, Don Mattingly seems to be proving the doubters wrong.
Arte Moreno shocks L.A. and the baseball world on an early December morning.
Though he didn't win the MVP, 2011 was still a springboard year for Matt Kemp.
Clayton Kershaw has already set a high bar for himself -- what's next?
Fans shouldn't expect a deal to sell the Dodgers any time soon.
The Dodgers have plenty of offseason issues, but a big bat remains No. 1.
The real work for the Dodgers -- their management, that is -- begins now.
The question of Hiroki Kuroda's return to the Dodgers remains a mystery.
Matt Kemp's season has been majestic not matter how it finishes up.
Now that his season is over, Clayton Kershaw can enjoy the many moments.
Matt Kemp is relishing playing on the brink of baseball history.
Matt Kemp is making an MVP push, but the issue is more complex that it seems.
If Hiroki Kuroda doesn't return, the Dodgers' rotation will certainly suffer .
Clayton Kershaw silences the debate about who should win the Cy Young.
With young talent stepping up, the future of the Dodgers still looks bright.
After struggling for much of the year, James Loney has turned things around.
As the Dodgers look to the future, catcher Tim Federowicz is in their sights.
Clayton Kershaw's ejection for hitting Gerardo Parra won't soon be forgotten.
Dodgers are still waiting to see Chad Billingsley make that climb to the top.
The departure of executive Josh Rawitch is another blow to the Dodgers.
As season winds down, Dodgers give reason to pay attention to them.
By beating Lincecum for the third time, Kershaw is a real Cy Young contender.
As the trading deadline passed, the Dodgers retained Jamey Carroll.
Since his lecture on Sunday, Andre Ethier has been rolling at the plate.
Clayton Kershaw is continuing down the path of being award worthy
Andre Ethier has brought on the attention again, but what's his ultimate plan?
A recent offensive surge makes the Dodgers' struggles hard to swallow.
'Love of people' brings Vin Scully back to call Dodgers games next year.
What's left to play for? For the Dodgers, it's all about evaluation.
Justin Sellers hit his first home run in only his third game in the bigs.
Matt Kemp's season for the ages likely won't reach exclusive 40/40 club.
Logan White says Dodgers' farm system is worth paying attention to.
Sometimes the really bad teams -- in this case the Dodgers -- are the most fun.
This is the Ted Lilly the Dodgers hoped to have had all season.
They put up a good fight, but the Dodgers are ultimately outclassed by the Phillies.
In a season as frustrating as this, a 4-2 trip means little for Dodgers.
The Dodgers starter, sometimes tough to figure, reaches 10 wins again.
Where does Clayton Kershaw stand among Dodgers pitching greats?
Once the cornerstone of the Dodgers' future, James Loney's future is in doubt.
Clayton Kershaw can now throw any pitch at any time with proficiency.
L.A. will be challenged to play hard without a workhorse like Rafael Furcal.
As Rafael Furcal readies to leave L.A., it's difficult to downplay his impact.
Hiroki Kuroda's time with the Dodgers has been filled with ups and downs.
Clayton Kershaw does his best Fernando Valenzuala impression in victory.
Chad Billingsley's performance vs. the Nats was something to celebrate.
If Hiroki Kuroda is being consumed by trade thoughts, he's not admitting it
The trade deadline will have a different feel for Ned Colletti this time around.
No longer an up-and-comer, Clayton Kershaw is now among MLB's best.
The Dodgers are taking the long view on young right-hander Rubby De La Rosa.
When Giants fans cease to care, it's possible L.A. has hit rock bottom.
The Dodgers' woeful offense has returned at the worst possible time.
With trade deadline looming, Hiroki Kuroda has some big decisions to make.
Matt Kemp continued his tear and is showing staying power in MVP race.
While the playoffs are unlikely, there are reasons to watch the Dodgers.
Matt Kemp's last-place finish at the Home Run Derby doesn't do him justice.
In victory, Dodgers salvage some light on a day of mostly more doom and gloom.
Chad Billingsley may not like the spotlight, but he's still blossoming.
Dodgers hope a players-only meeting is a springboard to more winning.
The Dodgers don't have enough talent to overcome Andre Ethier's absence.
Rubby De La Rosa showed flashes of brilliance the Dodgers should retain.
When will the Dodgers be the Dodgers again?
The often-injured shortstop Rafael Furcal doesn't know how to slow down.
Dee Gordon figures to be sent down, but his maturity helps him handle anything.
Hiroki Kuroda showcases his stuff and is finally rewarded with a victory.
In a season of frustration, Dodgers' De La Rosa gets zilch for his effort
Falling victim to stolen bases has plagued Dodgers pitcher Ted Lilly lately.
Unlike the Dodgers' ownership, L.A.'s offense cashed in on Monday.
If you toss out the records, the Dodgers' win over the Angels was a classic.
They won't admit it, but the Dodgers are slowly losing their grip on the season.
Hitting in the clutch still isn't something the Dodgers have learned to do.
Matt Kemp is an All-Star lock, but for other Dodgers it could get dicey.
Hong-Chih Kuo returns successfully from the yips, and the Dodgers like it.
Each day McCourt stays as Dodgers owner only postpones the inevitable.
With a season on the brink, it's time for the Dodgers to think about youth.
Even mild-mannered Don Mattingly seems to be reaching his breaking point.
Dodgers aren't helping themselves with a lack of patience at the plate.
With so many issues, will the Dodgers be a buyer or seller at trade deadline?
Dee Gordon is quickly showing that he's always worthy of a second look.
He's sometimes erratic and out of control, but Dee Gordon is always electrifying.
After a break-even road trip, L.A. is better now than when it left .
Blake and Uribe may be the veterans, but Miles and Carroll should be playing.
Chad Billingsley still can't seem to find a way to win at Coors Field.
Don Mattingly finds that learning on the job is the only way to get better.
The Dodgers need to beat a quality pitcher to justify their recent uptick.
Dee Gordon and Rubby De La Rosa are starting their careers on the right track.
As Jamey Carroll knows, sometimes taking one for the team means sitting.
The Dodgers will have something to be proud of if they can hit against Philadelphia.
Matt Kemp has been searching, but he seems to have finally found himself.
Again the Dodgers lost Rafael Furcal to injury, leaving them punchless.
MLB-appointed monitor Tom Schieffer proves he can be cryptic, transparent
Ted Lilly uses guile, competitiveness to fuel success on the mound.
Andre Ethier lost his way while on his hit streak, but he's almost back on track.
After a dominant win over the Marlins, there may be signs of life in Dodgertown.
Don Mattingly plays "what-if" game, but maybe the Dodgers just aren't good.
James Loney is slowly battling his way back to being a productive hitter.
One thing that hasn't been memorable for the Dodgers is their offense.
Rubby De La Rosa sure doesn't pitch or behave the way a rookie should.
The Dodgers' ninth-inning loss to the Astros proved things can get worse.
With so much negativity around the team, the Dodgers' outlook looks bleak.
Rafael Furcal's return is something the Dodgers could really use right now.
Russell Mitchell's homer is just what the Dodgers needed, but his time could be up
The Dodgers need to do a better job of getting reliever Lance Cormier into mix.
Matt Kemp has a different approach in 2011 and it's creating more success.
The Dodgers' lineup, with hitters slumping at the same time, badly needs help.
By choosing to give up an out for a base, L.A. lost a close game to Arizona.
Clayton Kershaw logs his third straight win with decision over the D-Backs.
If anyone knows what Hong-Chih Kuo is feeling, it's probably Steve Blass.
All the Dodgers can do is press on without All-Star Hong-Chih Kuo.
Jamey Carroll and Aaron Miles are holding down the Dodgers' fort.
An umpire's blown call in Pittsburgh leaves the Dodgers seething after loss.
Don Mattingly warms to the idea of keeping Vicente Padilla as his closer.
Andre Ethier's streak is history, but team's struggles bother him more.
As Andre Ethier keeps hitting, the Dodgers seem headed the other way.
Off-field distractions could take pressure off Dodgers.
Continuing injury issues are reaching a serious level for the Dodgers.
A day after Jonathan Broxton appeared to regain his form, he may have lost his job.
Hong-Chih Kuo struggled mightily in his return from the disabled list on Sunday.
When it comes to his hit streak, Andre Ethier keeps the drama at bay.
Frank McCourt refuses to show any fear when it comes to the Dodgers' situation.
Andre Ethier is perfectly content riding the momentum of his hitting streak.
Clayton Kershaw can't do enough to win as offense gives him little support.
Jonathan Broxton blows his first save of the season, but he's been shaky all year.
The report on Tom Schieffer is he strikes a balance between hands-on and allowing folks to thrive.
The Dodgers have been on a roll ever since Don Mattingly lost his razor.
Despite losing to the Cubs, you can still feel good about the Dodgers' bullpen.
The Dodgers' players seem to be focusing entirely on the business of winning.
The top of the order is fine, but the rest of the Dodgers can't seem to score.
For one night at least, Jerry Sands makes Dodgers forget their troubles.
Matt Kemp makes Dodgers feel good, but there's still plenty of issues.
Still trying to be the Dodgers' ace, Kershaw's lack of consistency hurts.
Even on Jackie Robinson Day, Dodgers fall short in a number of ways.
A thin Dodger Stadium crowd saw increased police and a lethargic team.
Dodgers are showing in the early going they aren't a comeback team.
Say what you will, but Chad Billingsley can't seem to pitch with a lead.
With Rafael Furcal injured, perhaps Matt Kemp could lead off for the Dodgers.
Yes it's early, but the Dodgers need exactly what Hiroki Kuroda gave them.
Ted Lilly may not be imposing, but his competitiveness is hard to match.
Dodger outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr. is happily finding his role with his new team.
Jeff Pentland admits some concern over Dodgers' offense but isn't about to panic.
After beating the Giants, the Dodgers leave town for an early-season test.
Sure, Kenley Jansen didn't look good, but no one is about to panic just yet
The Dodgers are off and running, and Davey Lopes should get the credit.
Clayton Kershaw's rise to the elite might just stick this time around.
Don Mattingly sets Dodgers' focus on playing with purpose.
Davey Lopes, hired to fix the Dodgers' run game, is a blast from the 'paths.
Speedy Dodgers prospect Dee Gordon is the one they're all talking about.
Tony Gwynn Jr. tries to seize everyday opportunity with the Dodgers.
After many distractions, a quiet spring could be just what the Dodgers need.
Dodgers figure to be better in 2011, but will it be good enough?
Dodgers stockpile options to give Furcal and Blake rest when needed.
Dodgers need what's left of their young core to rebound in 2011.
Dodgers closing job is Jonathan Broxton's -- for now. But what's Plan B?
If Gwynn Jr. picks up his offense, the Dodgers' outfield could shuffle.
Davey Lopes' return gives Dodgers an emotional, experienced boost.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly learns on the job in Arizona Fall League.
The Dodgers' Ivan De Jesus Jr. has had a stellar showing in the Arizona Fall League.
The Dodgers should have room to move during free agency, but how much?
11 for '11: Big questions facing the Dodgers for next season.
The Dodgers have to answer many questions heading into 2011.
Brad Ausmus looked comfortable managing the Dodgers for the night.
Don Mattingly will soon talk to Matt Kemp about what he wants from him next year.
Kenley Jansen's development took another giant step in Denver.
With a chance to redeem himself, Ted Lilly takes full advantage of it.
The collapse of the bullpen remains an area that surprises Dodgers.
The Dodgers have taken the reins off their ace-in-waiting Kershaw.
One of the biggest questions facing the Dodgers is bringing back Kuroda.
Quit might be too strong a word, but the Dodgers certainly seem listless.
With the Dodgers' official exit secure, it's time to reflect on why it happened.
Despite the standings, the Dodgers are finally starting to look alive.
A.J. Ellis' game-winning hit for the Dodgers is a product of hard work.
The Dodgers wonder where the other John Ely went.
Dodgers manager Joe Torre's calm demeanor didn't work for L.A. in 2010.
Ted Lilly's recent dropoff is emblematic of the Dodgers' crumbling season.
Clayton Kershaw's first complete game shows just how far he has come along.
Ramon Troncoso finally had his pitching issues this season bubble to the surface.
Kenley Jansen could fit in well at the back end of the Dodgers bullpen.
Out of the majors since 2007, Jay Gibbons belongs back in the league.
Dodgers pitcher Ted Lilly once again finds himself struggling to log more wins.
The Dodgers are at a crossroads: How will they finish this disappointing season?
Despite tough-luck losses, Clayton Kershaw just keeps getting stronger.
With opportunity knocking again, the Dodgers won't answer the door.
With the lack of run support, who would blame Hiroki Kuroda for leaving?
Former Dodgers closer Broxton reminds fans why he lost the closer job.
Chad Billingsley is emerging as the ace the Dodgers hoped he would be.
With Manny gone, so are his big bat and the attention that comes with it.
Matt Kemp is many things, but a talented baserunner isn't one of them.
Carlos Monasterios was yanked early in a fill-in role for Vicente Padilla.
Hiroki Kuroda doesn't lament lost no-hitter in wake of Dodgers' victory.
Simply put, Manny Ramirez's departure happened because he no longer fit in NL.
Manny Ramirez simply was never the same player after his 2009 suspension.
The Dodgers' loss to the Rockies stuns a team close to finding its stride.
Joe Torre's faith in Casey Blake paid off with a grand slam against the Rockies
After sweeping the Brewers, the Dodgers have re-entered the wild-card race.
Amid reports of waivers, Manny Ramirez still finds a way to have an impact.
Rod Barajas remarkably goes 3-for-5 with a three-run home run on Tuesday.
In a season when veteran leadership has lacked, Casey Blake tries to step up.
Manny Ramirez didn't do anything at the plate, but his return still sparks Dodgers.
There's no good reason for the Dodgers to wait on activating Manny Ramirez.
Ted Lilly's shutout proves the Dodgers didn't settle in acquiring him.
Octavio Dotel's implosion against the Rockies costs Dodgers in 10th.
Whatever has infested the Dodgers' locker room needs to be eliminated fast.
Hong-Chih Kuo closes one for the Dodgers, but will that role last?
Hiroki Kuroda watches another gem wasted as Dodgers show little support.
Jonathan Broxton's job isn't as secure as it once was after his fifth blown save.
The Dodgers hope their latest offense setback is merely temporary.
The Dodgers' offensive acquisitions have helped their recent surge in scoring.
With a scrappy offense and five solid starters, the Dodgers still have a chance.
Hiroki Kuroda didn't get the win, but his effort is just what the Dodgers needed.
Adam Dunn would be a welcome addition to the Dodgers, but is it worth it?
The Dodgers missed a golden opportunity against the division-leading Padres.
Vicente Padilla has been magnificent for the Dodgers since returning from the DL.
Ted Lilly settles down to toss a gem, though he didn't get to finish it off.
The Giants sweep the Dodgers thanks to a lifeless LA offense.
Jonathan Broxton blows another game and no one can explain why.
Dodgers feel good about their deadline moves but not great.
The Dodgers show some life with a rally, but can they build on it now?
Dodgers better hope they can figure out their offensive woes quickly.
Don Mattingly says the Dodgers need to get back to basics to shake slump.
Andre Ethier, despite feeling ill, pinch-hit for much-needed runs in a crucial game.
Dodgers need every bit of their bullpen to beat the Mets on this day.
When it comes to quality relief, the Dodgers keep falling far short.
Hiroki Kuroda's effort couldn't have come at a better time for the Dodgers.
The last thing the Dodgers needed was to blow a 5-1 lead to the Giants.
The Dodgers still struggle to get men in scoring position across the plate.
Jonathan Broxton blows his first save opportunity since the All-Star Game.
No matter what they seem to try, Dodgers can't solve St. Louis issue.
Chad Billingsley was roughed up, but he doesn't think he pitched badly.
Clayton Kershaw can't explain struggles, but he knows it wasn't too much rest.
This time, with the bright lights shining, Jonathan Broxton comes through.
Dodgers All-Star Andre Ethier thrives when the chips appear to be down.
The Dodgers are one trade away from winning their division in a tight race.
Vicente Padilla had no idea he was pitching a no-hitter until he gave up a hit.
Nothing's certain for young Dodgers pitcher John Ely.
Clayton Kershaw continues to improve at an unusually steady pace.
The Marlins' Josh Johnson showed the Dodgers what an ace looks like.
With his nerve problem corrected, Vicente Padilla is having a career year.
Matt Kemp's actions on Tuesday could put him back in the Dodgers' good graces.
Chad Billingsley had a triumpant and well-timed return from the DL.
Sunday's loss against the Yanks underscores work L.A. has yet to do.
Doing well against the Yankees helps the Dodgers feel good on offense.
Vicente Padilla steps up against Yankees, but Dodgers need this always.
With the Yankees in town, the Dodgers get a victory they sorely needed.
The Dodgers flirted with beating the Angels, but then the inevitable took over.
Despite the 6-5 record, Hiroki Kuroda is the Dodgers' most consistent pitcher.
In a loss at Boston, the Dodgers once again show their interleague ineptitude.
For better or worse, the weekend series in Boston is all about Manny.
The magic wears off a bit for the Dodgers' John Ely.
Joe Torre won't label him yet, but Clayton Kershaw is pitching like an ace.
The Dodgers' Rafael Furcal shows he's finally feeling like his old self.
The Dodgers can't seem to get past their hangups against the American League.
John Ely's fairy-tale season takes a sudden detour for the Dodgers.
Chad Billingsley gives up seven runs to Angels, but he's not in panic mode.
Amid all the turmoil, it turns out the Dodgers are a pretty good team.
Kuroda draws a blank at perfect time for Dodgers.
Assured his spot is secure, Blake DeWitt breaks into hitting streak
Extra-innings walk-off: A.J. Ellis comes through for the Dodgers.
Dodgers hoping this rare off night for the bullpen is an aberration.
James Loney makes Bobby Cox pay as he begins to find his stroke again.
The Dodgers were doing a good job hiding their offensive issues until Thursday.
Covering Ken Griffey Jr. in Cincinnnati brings back some pleasant memories.
Veteran outfielder Garret Anderson finally was able to turn the boos into cheers.
John Ely's continued rise seems to be raising the entire Dodgers staff.
Casey Blake recognized a rare game-winning opportunity.
Manny who? Dodgers reserves come up big on defense.
Hiroki Kuroda, like most pitchers, had another rough outing at Colorado.
It's not quite Manny being Manny, but quiet Ramirez's bat is humming again.
Xavier Paul finds out the hard way the Friendly Confines aren't necessarily so.
Unconventional plan still provides the relief the Dodgers need in a victory.
Furcal's first game off the DL one to forget -- for him and Dodgers.
Thanks to pitching resurgence, Dodgers ride momentum into 16-game stretch.
Jamey Carroll keeps Dodgers afloat in Rafael Furcal's absence.
Hong-Chih Kuo was one of the Dodgers' biggest heroes on Saturday.
Pitcher Chad Billingsley is taking giant steps in his maturation process.
Padres' Everth Cabrera eases the Jonathan Broxton-Matt Stairs showdown.
Pitching was key during the Dodgers' win streak, but it remains an issue.
Casey Blake brought his beard and bat back to the Dodgers' lineup.
Turns out the Dodgers did improve their pitching in the offseason.
The Dodgers' pitching, once in dire straits, has flipped to become a huge asset.
Even when he's not at his best, Clayton Kershaw is still better than most.
Matt Kemp finally seems to be snapping out of his slump at just the right time.
The expectations for Clayton Kershaw remain high and that won't change soon.
Hiroki Kuroda shook off the memories to pitch well in his return to Arizona.
Rookie Dodgers pitcher John Ely kept to a simple formula for his first career win.
Dodgers showing signs of life after 7-3 win over Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Dodgers and Rockies have plenty of time to make a race of it in the West.
The Dodgers and Rockies have plenty of time to make a race of it in the West.
Andre Ethier is uncanny in the clutch, and it's amazing he gets so many chances.
Chad Billingsley follows recent trend for Dodgers of pitching inconsistently.
No one can seem to explain it when Clayton Kershaw has an awful outing.
The Dodgers' Andre Ethier and James Loney find themselves at home.
Carlos Monasterios pitched decently, but what does it say about Dodgers' depth?
First inning troubles prove to be Clayton Kershaw's undoing yet again.
Ned Colletti says everything is fine with Matt Kemp after they spoke.
Ned Colletti doesn't mince words when assessing the effort of the Dodgers.
With a little rest, Casey Blake shows what an effect he can have on Dodgers.
Now that Manny Ramirez is out, Dodgers are finding it difficult to score.
The Dodgers will have to do without hot-hitting Manny Ramirez for a little while.
Joe Torre told Chad Billingsly he needs to trust himself after a bad outing.
Chad Billingsley still having a hard time finding himself for the Dodgers.
Dodgers 10-day trip is an early litmus test.
More than Manny went in to Ramirez's late-game home-run heroics.
In the big picture, Dodgers are still dealing with some issues of concern.
If the Dodgers can get this Vicente Padilla, everything will be fine.
Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier continues to step up late in games.
Don Newcombe is still emotional when discussing the Jackie Robinson era.
Matt Kemp is hitting well, but the Gold Glove outfielder is lacking on defense.
Dodgers' pitching may be lacking so far, but the hitters are in midseason form.
Dodgers need more from their starting rotation.
The Dodgers' fourth loss in six games highlights many problems.
The season is still young, but bullpen issues already a concern for Dodgers.
If Hiroki Kuroda can remain healthy, the Dodgers will only benefit.
In first start, Chad Billingsley showed no signs of being a scared, uptight pitcher.
Dodgers must take the good with the bad when it comes to Blake DeWitt.
The Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw handles the pressure of potential.
Dodgers Mailbag: Ivan DeJesus Jr. no longer considered shortstop of the future.
Dodgers Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrin has seen it all with the Dodgers.
Readers want to know about the quality of the Dodgers' young prospects.
Chris Ramirez, diagnosed with cancer, got his wish to meet Manny Ramirez.
Dodgers pitcher Luis Ayala and his family are moving on after a horrifying ordeal.
Ronnie Belliard has to drop some weight before he makes the Dodgers' roster.
Ramirez sounded as though he believed his best playing days were behind him.
The Dodgers know how to add mainstay talent through non-roster camp invites.
Decreased payroll and divorce questions leave Dodgers managing perception.
Dodgers are bringing experienced talent to spring training for backup.
The last of Loretta's 1,718 career hits electrified Dodger Stadium in a wild Game 2 of L.A.'s division series.
Vicente Padilla stacks up favorably to Randy Wolf in the Dodgers' rotation.
Dodgers' fate seems to hinge on the production of Ramirez, Ethier and Kemp.
The Dodgers have used a strong farm system to build their current team, but now their best talent is at the lower levels.
Kim Ng, the Dodgers' assistant GM, has an impeccable record and unimpeachable reputation. But that alone may not be enough for a promotion.
Who's on second is the biggest question the Dodgers must answer in the infield.
The veteran right-hander with a respectable ERA earned contract by showing he can still pitch at a high level.
Frank McCourt has a lot on his plate, but he's not showing a vulnerable side.
Dodgers president Dennis Mannion insists the McCourt divorce isn't affecting player moves.
Ronnie Belliard signing shows the Dodgers can't commit to Blake DeWitt.
L.A. helped Joe Torre rediscover what he had once craved about his job.
The Dodgers have joined the pursuit of free-agent pitcher Joel Pineiro.
A rundown of the candidates who could fill the Dodgers' need for a fourth starter.
Tony Jackson ranks his top 10 Dodgers of the decade.
Dodgers say divorce won't affect payroll. A slow offseason may indicate otherwise.