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  1. Overstocked rotations worth watching

    Christina Kahrl

    This time of year, it's easy to look at 40-man rosters around the game and wonder how teams are going to fit everybody into their regular-season rotation. The overstocked starting staffs of the Dodgers and Cardinals might seem to demand action, for e...

    Blog | December 31, 2012
  2. Dodgers doing the necessary things

    Christina Kahrl

    Matt Kemp didn't go yard. He didn't need to. And Andre Ethier? He didn't put the lineup on his back either. What of Mattingly's mighty mites, the guys who were the toast of Los Angeles back in May? They were there, sure, but they essentially clocked ...

    Blog | August 14, 2012
  3. Ethier's injury latest Dodger setback

    Christina Kahrl

    At some point, you might start thinking that the Dodgers' litany of woes is like the real estate market: Sure, it's supposed to get better, but it finds new ways to make you unhappy. After all, no sooner had they started working up excitement over Ma...

    Blog | July 05, 2012
  4. Capuano making a favorable impression

    Christina Kahrl

    CHICAGO -- For somebody who might have been signed to be a rotation round-out, Chris Capuano is pitching a lot better than that for the Dodgers. In his sixth start of the season, Capuano spun his best game yet, rattling off his fourth straight qualit...

    Blog | May 05, 2012
  5. Dodgy decision to sign Chris Capuano

    Christina Kahrl

    Everybody loves a good comeback, and Chris Capuano's certainly deserved all sorts of regard. A guy loses almost two and a half years from his career to elbow problems and then makes it all the way back, and honor is due. In his 2011 season with the M...

    Blog | December 02, 2011