Julio Urias strikes out 11 in Dodgers’ 1-hit shutout of Mariners — San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Mitch Haniger’s dribbler to the right side of the infield left the bat at 53.9 mph, not fast enough to draw a moving violation on most highways. But it was the only hit allowed by the Dodgers’ pitchers Tuesday afternoon. Julio Urias struck out a career-high 11 in seven scoreless innings as the Dodgers beat…

Julio Urias strikes out 11 in Dodgers’ 1-hit shutout of Mariners — San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Oakland A’s lose to Dodgers, break more records in historically bad start — East Bay Times

OAKLAND — The Oakland A’s are not a terrible team, but they’re playing terrible baseball. That’s the scope of a dismal 0-5 start to the season, a historic losing streak extended by a 10-3 loss to the defending World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night at the Coliseum. The 0-5 start is the A’s…

Oakland A’s lose to Dodgers, break more records in historically bad start — East Bay Times

Trevor Bauer surrenders 3 HRs in 5th inning, Dodgers lose to Mariners — Press Telegram

THE GAME: Trevor Bauer gave up three home runs in a five-run fifth inning and the Seattle Mariners beat the Dodgers, 7-3, on Monday night at Peoria Sports Complex. PITCHING REPORT: Bauer retired the first 11 Mariners batters in order – then just two of the next eight before he was pulled from the game.…

Trevor Bauer surrenders 3 HRs in 5th inning, Dodgers lose to Mariners — Press Telegram

Dodgers renew Andrew Toles’ contract as he deals with mental health issues — Orange County Register

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Almost two years since he last wore a uniform at extended spring training and 2-1/2 since he last played in a game, Andrew Toles remains a member of the Dodgers organization. For the second year in a row, the Dodgers renewed Toles’ contract at close to the major-league minimum this week (approximately $583,000).…

Dodgers renew Andrew Toles’ contract as he deals with mental health issues — Orange County Register

Los Angeles, Orange counties to ease attendance restrictions on Dodgers, Angels games — Pasadena Star News

Los Angeles and Orange counties announced Friday that each will soon move into the less-restrictive Red Tier under the State of California’s guidelines for COVID-19 re-openings. If they remain in the Red Tier by April 1, Dodger Stadium and Angel Stadium will be allowed to admit fans at up to 20 percent of each venue’s…

Los Angeles, Orange counties to ease attendance restrictions on Dodgers, Angels games — Pasadena Star News

Justin Turner returning to World Series champion Dodgers — MLB | NBC Sports

Justin Turner is returning to the Los Angeles Dodgers, announcing via Twitter on Saturday night that he’s ready to “run it back” with the World Series champions.

Justin Turner returning to World Series champion Dodgers — MLB | NBC Sports

Don Sutton, Hall of Fame pitcher for Dodgers, dies at 75 — WSPA 7News

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Don Sutton, a Hall of Fame pitcher who was a stalwart of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ rotation spanning an era from Sandy Koufax to Fernando Valenzuela, died Tuesday. He was 75. The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, said Sutton died at his home in Rancho Mirage, California, after…

Don Sutton, Hall of Fame pitcher for Dodgers, dies at 75 — WSPA 7News

Dodgers icon Tommy Lasorda remains hospitalized through the holidays — Orange County Register

Lasorda has been hospitalized since early November. His condition improved enough in early December to move out of intensive care, but he remains under doctor’s care.

Dodgers icon Tommy Lasorda remains hospitalized through the holidays — Orange County Register

Justin Turner, Kenley Jansen are pivotal figures in Dodgers’ offseason – again — Press Enterprise

Kenley Jansen and his wife, Gianni, will celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary in the coming days. It is an event the Dodgers should remember fondly. It was at the Jansen wedding in Curacao four years ago that free agent Justin Turner told free agent Jansen he had agreed to a new contract to remain with…

Justin Turner, Kenley Jansen are pivotal figures in Dodgers’ offseason – again — Press Enterprise

Former Dodgers manager and Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda hospitalized in intensive care — East Bay Times

Dodgers Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda has been hospitalized in Orange County and is intensive care. The team acknowledged Lasorda’s situation in a release Sunday morning, Nov. 15. No specifics were given about Lasorda’s health, but the team did say the 93-year-old former manager was “resting comfortably.” Lasorda lives in Fullerton. He did travel to…

Former Dodgers manager and Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda hospitalized in intensive care — East Bay Times

2020 World Series needs no asterisk, says 1988 Dodger exec Fred Claire — Daily Bulletin

Claire says the short season and World Series count as much as any year. Also: “I Love L.A.” was not always accepted.

2020 World Series needs no asterisk, says 1988 Dodger exec Fred Claire — Daily Bulletin

Is Dodgers’ World Series title cheapened by unique 2020 season? — Pasadena Star News

ARLINGTON, Texas — There was only one World Series championship available to win in 2020. But how does the Dodgers’ win after the most unique – and shortest – season in Major League Baseball history stand up to the 115 World Series winners that came before? “I think if you can pull back stuff from…

Is Dodgers’ World Series title cheapened by unique 2020 season? — Pasadena Star News