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.
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.
Clayton Kershaw can't do enough to win as offense gives him little support.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will travel to Tucson on Friday for a charity game devoted to helping the victims of the January shooting at a grocery store, among them the daughter of a Dodgers scout.
Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly says he is unconcerned by the team's lack of offense during the early stages of spring training.
With a chance to redeem himself, Ted Lilly takes full advantage of it.
Quit might be too strong a word, but the Dodgers certainly seem listless.
Despite tough-luck losses, Clayton Kershaw just keeps getting stronger.
With opportunity knocking again, the Dodgers won't answer the door.
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.