An immaculate inning, a Dodgers teen up to 97, and one who isn't anymore …
by: Kyle Newport — Bleacher Report 19 Jun
Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw threw a three-inning simulated game at Wrigley Field on Monday, and now, he is ready to take the mound in a real game. But the organization isn't rushing him back to face major league hitters just yet...
by: Dennis Schlossman — Think Blue PC 19 Jun
If you happened to catch one of several breaking stories during Monday’s rather lengthy delay in Chicago, you would have learned that staff ace Clayton Kershaw may soon be ready for major lea…
by: NBC Sports — Yahoo Sports 20 Jun
Just as everyone predicted
by: Ryan Walton — SB Nation: True Blue LA 19 Jun
The Dodgers and Cubs stuck around for three hours during a rain delay, only to have the game postponed by a power outage that caused the lights in right field to not work properly.
by: N/A — MLB: Dodgers 19 Jun
CHICAGO -- Kenta Maeda will start the day game and Rich Hill the nightcap in Tuesday's split doubleheader, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said after Monday night's series opener with the Cubs was postponed. After a nearly three-hour delay, the cause of the.
by: Dustin Nosler — Dodgers Digest 19 Jun
Mother Nature wasn't in the mood for baseball in Chicago tonight. Also, there was some kind of power
by: Rowan Kavner — MLBlogs: Dodger Insider 19 Jun
First game at 10:05 a.m. PT, followed by regularly scheduled 5:05 p.m. PT night game
by: Daniel Starkand — DodgerBlue 19 Jun
Monday's series opener between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field was rained out and postponed as a doubleheader for Tuesday.
by: AP — Fox Sports 19 Jun
CHICAGO (AP) The series opener between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs has been postponed by rain and a limited power outage at Wrigley Field.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 19 Jun
Los Angeles Dodgers-Chicago Cubs postponed by rain, limited power outage at Wrigley Field