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  1. Dodgers starting pitching thins by the day

    Mark Saxon

    LOS ANGELES -- Ted Lilly pitched five innings Tuesday night and gave up three runs to the Lake Elsinore Storm. Aaron Harang pitched five innings Tuesday night and gave up three runs to the Detroit Tigers. Something's wrong with this picture. ...

    Blog | April 16, 2013
  2. What can Ramon Hernandez provide?

    Mark Saxon

    LOS ANGELES -- Interest from other teams in the Los Angeles Dodgers' extra starting pitchers proved tepid this spring, but the team is hopeful it got a useful piece in veteran catcher Ramon Hernandez. The Dodgers on Saturday traded pitcher Aaron H...

    Blog | April 06, 2013
  3. Los Angeles Dodgers trade Aaron Harang to Colorado Rockies for Ra...

    Mark Saxon

    The Dodgers traded pitcher Aaron Harang to the Colorado Rockies for former All-Star catcher Ramon Hernandez and cash on Saturday.

    Story | Conversation | April 06, 2013
  4. Chad Billingsley ready for a restart

    Mark Saxon

    LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers' pitching staff is close to being at full strength. Chad Billingsley made his final minor-league rehab start for Rancho Cucamonga on Thursday night and is scheduled to come off the disabled list to pitch Wedn...

    Blog | April 05, 2013
  5. Dodgers release Gregg; waiting on Lilly

    Mark Saxon

    LOS ANGELES -- It's never a bad idea to have a surplus of pitching, but the Dodgers are having trouble storing it. Wednesday they released veteran reliever Kevin Gregg, who had been reassigned to Triple-A a few days earlier. Gregg was in camp this...

    Blog | April 03, 2013
  6. Pitching surplus still a surplus

    Mark Saxon

    The Dodgers found a way to keep all three of their extra starting pitchers when they cut down their roster, but it seems unsustainable in the long run. Ted Lilly, on the disabled list, wouldn't even comment when asked where he would next pitch and c...

    Blog | April 01, 2013
  7. Dodgers trying to get Kevin Gregg on the roster

    Mark Saxon

    ANAHEIM -- On most teams, in most spring training camps, Kevin Gregg would have had an open path back to the major leagues. After signing a minor-league deal shortly before camp opened this spring, the former closer has been virtually un-hittable....

    Blog | March 30, 2013
  8. Chad Billingsley sharp in latest start

    Mark Saxon

    LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers pitcher Chad Billingsley looked sharp against Milwaukee Brewers' Triple-A players Friday, pitching six innings while allowing a run and four hits and striking out six batters. It's looking more and more likely Billingsley wi...

    Blog | March 29, 2013
  9. Pitching overload -- is a trade imminent?

    Mark Saxon

    It certainly appears as if the Dodgers will stoke the hot stove this week. They have five days before they have to have their 25-man roster set and they still have eight veteran starting pitchers in camp. Last time I counted, that's three too many...

    Blog | March 26, 2013
  10. Mattingly: Ryu has to win a rotation spot

    Mark Saxon

    When the Los Angeles Dodgers spent more than $60 million to sign Korean lefty Hyun-jin Ryu this winter, they did so with the intention of using him as a starting pitcher. Teams don't spend that kind of money on middle relievers. But manager Don Ma...

    Blog | March 03, 2013
  11. Five less-obvious questions for spring

    Mark Saxon

    By now, we're all fairly well acquainted with the major spring themes. Will Matt Kemp and Carl Crawford be at full strength by April 1? Will the team be able to blend all its expensive parts into a humming engine? Can Ned Colletti lock up Clayton Ker...

    Blog | February 13, 2013
  12. Should Dodgers just hoard their pitching?

    Mark Saxon

    I come back from vacation and am greeted with a distressingly thin stack of Dodgers rumors and transactions to pick over. The Dodgers signed 32-year-old minor-league journeyman Dallas McPherson. I can still see him at his locker stall in Tempe, th...

    Blog | December 31, 2012
  13. GMs already checking in on Dodgers pitching

    Mark Saxon

    Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti was asked how he would handle this sudden glut in starting pitching, when he remarked, "We'll have some juggling to do if we keep it where it's at." But he may not have to keep all that many balls in the air mu...

    Blog | December 10, 2012
  14. Where's the fun in fiscal restraint?

    Mark Saxon

    The time likely will come when the Dodgers regret this spending frenzy, but why let that spoil a good holiday party? Zack Greinke, Carl Crawford and Adrian Gonzalez are all going to slow down in the next few years, but their earnings are going to ...

    Blog | December 08, 2012
  15. Sunny reports continue on Chad Billingsley

    Mark Saxon

    Even as the Dodgers continue their pursuit of Zack Greinke and other potential No. 2 starters, they're increasingly confident their in-house option will be a viable one. Manager Don Mattingly said Tuesday that right-hander Chad Billingsley has res...

    Blog | December 04, 2012
  16. Grading the rotation

    Mark Saxon

    The Dodgers scoured the country for opinions on Clayton Kershaw's injured right hip, consulting three of the best-known specialists. All three said Kershaw did not need surgery, general manager Ned Colletti said. That means the Dodgers have to hop...

    Blog | October 12, 2012