With their longest losing streak in five seasons in the past, the Los Angeles Dodgers finally have something positive to build upon.
The Dodgers don’t like the view from the NL West basement, and Saturday night they did something about it.
Times have become so tough for the Los Angeles Dodgers that even the offensively challenged Miami Marlins are finding ways to beat them.
Jason Marquis has settled into a groove and it shows.
The San Diego Padres are the latest team to take advantage of the light-hitting Miami Marlins offense.
Bud Black knew it was gone. He also knew Marcell Ozuna had no idea where the ball was.
While the Miami Marlins have shown a little bit of life over the past few games, the season-long struggles of the team continue despite the occasional victory.
Andrew Cashner is learning on the fly when it comes to starting major league games. This was another positive step. Cashner pitched 7 1-3 innings of four-hit ball and the San Diego Padres beat the Miami Marlins 5-0 on Monday night.
Adeiny Hechavarria hit a grand slam and a bases-loaded triple off an ailing Roy Halladay, driving in seven runs for the Miami Marlins in their 14-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.
Just when it seemed he was getting back on track, Philadelphia Phillies starter Roy Halladay turned in a performance reminiscent of his dreadful first couple outings of the season.