A HARD DAY S NIGHT: MATCHUP

Chicago Cubs (81-45) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (71-56) LHP Mike Montgomery (1-1, 2.77) vs. RHP Bud Norris (6-10, 4.69) Friday, Aug. 26, 2016 | 7:10 p.m....
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Chicago Cubs (81-45) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (71-56) LHP Mike Montgomery (1-1, 2.77) vs. RHP Bud Norris (6-10, 4.69) Friday, Aug. 26, 2016 | 7:10 p.m. PT | Dodger Stadium | Los Angeles, CA Game 128 | Home Game 66 (40-25) | Night Game 94 (48-45) TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish | Radio: A M 570 (Eng.)/KTNQ 1020 AM (Span.)/AM 1540 (Kor.) A HARD DAY’S NIGHT: The Dodgers, winners of four of their last five games, continue their six-game homestand (2-1) and open a threegame series with the Chicago Cubs. Los Angeles opened the homestand by taking two of three games from the San Francisco Giants, which extended its lead to 2.0 games in the NL West. Following the Chicago series, the Dodgers will embark on a brief three-game road trip to Denver to take on the Rockies Monday-Wednesday.

MATCHUP vs. CUBS Dodgers: 1st, NL West (2.0 GA) Cubs: 1st, NL Central (14.0 GA) All-Time: LA leads series, 1,042-1,033-14 (164-127 at Dodger Stadium) 2016: Dodgers trail, 1-3 (0-0 at Dodger Stadium) May 30 at CHC: L, 0-2 W: Wood L: Wood S: Rondon May 31 at CHC: W, 5-0 W: Blanton L: Richard June 1 at CHC: L, 1-2 W: LESTER L: Bolsinger June 2 at CHC: L, 2-7 W: Hendricks L: Urías

Though the Cubs won three of four games at Wrigley Field May 30-June 2, the Dodgers have the National League’s best record against Chicago since the start of the 2012 season at 19- HITMAN: Corey Seager reached base twice last night with a walk and the Dodgers’ only hit, a ninth-inning single, as he hit safely for the 15 th 12 (.613). time in his last 16 games since Aug. 8. During this stretch, Seager is Los Angeles has the second-best home record in the NL at 40- hitting .469 (30-for-64) with a .521 on-base percentage, four doubles, 25 (.615), behind only the Cubs’ .703 mark (45-19). three homers and nine RBI. He continues to rank among the NL’s overall rd nd rd CHOOCH: Carlos Ruiz is expected to make his Dodger debut tonight leaders in runs (86, T-3 ), hits (159, 2 ), doubles (35, 3 ), total bases th rd th after being acquired yesterday with cash considerations from the (266, 4 ), average (.322, 3 ), extra-base hits (60, 6 ) and slugging th Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for catcher A.J. Ellis, minor league percentage (.538, 11 ). pitcher Tommy Bergjans and a player to be named later or cash Seager is tied with Glenn Wright (1930) for the most singleconsiderations. This season, Ruiz, 37, is batting .261 with three homers season home runs by a shortstop in franchise history with 22. and 12 RBI in 48 games, but has been hot of late, hitting .340 (16-forSeager’s 192 hits through the first 150 games of his career 47) since the All-Star break. The native of Panama made his Philadelphia (2015-16) are the most by a Los Angeles Dodger and rank as debut in 2006 and has been a Phillies’ fixture behind the plate ever since, the second most in franchise history since 1913, behind only hitting .266 with 68 home runs, 401 RBI and 213 doubles in 1,069 career Johnny Frederick (209, 1929). Seager is approaching the games. Ruiz made nine career Opening Day starts for the Phillies (2008team single-season rookie leaders in most major offensive 12, 2014-16) and was a part of five National League East Division categories: championships (2007-11), two National League pennants (2008-09), and Los Angeles Rookie Leaders, Since 1958 one World Series Championship (2008). Category Seager (Rank) Leader SIMPLY RAKING: The Dodgers top the Major Leagues with a .464 Hits 159 (4th) Sax (180, 1982) slugging percentage in 36 games since the All-Star break, while also Runs 86 (3 rd) Sax (89, 1982) ranking among the MLB leaders in batting average (.274, 355-for-1294, Doubles 35 (1 st) Seager 3rd) and runs per game (5.42, 2 nd, 195 R) The Dodgers’ slugging Home Runs 22 (4th) Piazza (35, 1993) percentage is on pace to be the highest in Los Angeles history after the Average .322 (1 st) Piazza (.318, 1993) All-Star break, far outpacing the previous mark of .434 set in 2008. SLG .538 (2 nd) Piazza (.561, 1993) .377 (1 st) Piazza (.370, 1993) Los Angeles is averaging 1.20 home runs per game overall, on OBP pace for the fourth-highest mark since the club moved west in STREAKING NO MORE: Adrián González went 0-for-3 last night 1958, behind the 2000 (1.30 HR/G), 2001 (1.27 HR/G) and as his season-best hitting streak came to an end at 17 games – one shy of 2004 (1.25 HR/G) teams. Yasmani Grandal (21 HR) and his career-best 18-game run June 20-July 7, 2012. González batted .412 Justin Turner (24 HR) have already established career highs (28-for-68) with seven doubles, six homers and 22 RBI during the run in homers, with Grandal topping the NL with 15 homers in his and is hitting .353 (65-for-184) in his last 50 games since June 27, the last 41 games since June 30 and Turner leading the Senior fifth-best mark in the Majors. In that span, he’s posted a .413 on-base Circuit with 20 home runs in 62 games since June 10. percentage (5th, NL) and a .576 slugging percentage (10 th, NL). The Dodgers were nearly no-hit last night, as they were held to ONE MORE FOR THE BOOK: Kenley Jansen has recorded 16 of a season-low tying one hit (third time), a single by Corey his last 19 outs via strikeout and is tied with Jim Brewer for the most Seager with two outs in the ninth inning. According to the strikeouts by a Dodger reliever in franchise history (604). Jansen is Elias Sports Bureau, each of the last three no-hit bids that already the franchise saves leader with 180 and, in addition to strikeouts, ended with two outs in the ninth inning were stopped by a he ranks among the Dodger relief leaders in appearances (393, 3 rd) and rookie: Justin Bour of the Marlins (single off Atlanta’s Shelby innings pitched (393.1, 11th). Miller on May 17, 2015), Joey Butler of the Rays (single off This season, Jansen ranks among the NL’s best in ERA (1.86, Cleveland’s Carlos Carrasco on July 1, 2015) and Seager 3rd), opponents’ batting average (.153, 2 nd), saves (37, 2nd), (single off San Francisco’s Matt Moore last night). WHIP (0.69, 1st MLB) and strikeouts (76 in 53.1 innings, 5 th). GONE HOLLYWOOD: Hollywood Stars presented by New Balance, Dodger relievers rank third in the Majors with a 3.26 ERA (164 a celebrity post-game softball game and one of the most popular ER/452.2 IP), while topping the big leagues in opponents’ promotional nights on the Dodgers’ promotional schedule for many batting average (.213) and WHIP (1.12). years, returns tomorrow following the contest against the Cubs. Celebrities scheduled to play include movie and TV stars (Jamie Foxx, SETTING RECORDS: With Dodger starter Scott Kazmir being JoJo Fletcher), musical entertainers (The Game), models (Eiza placed on the disabled list Tuesday, Los Angeles now has 27 players on Gonzalez, Amanda Cerney) and current and former professional athletes the DL this year, which ties the 2012 Boston Red Sox for the most by (Julius Randle, D’Angelo Russell). any team in the last 30 years since 1987. A LOOK BACK: On this date in 1939, with Hall of Famer Red Barber broadcasting, the Dodgers played the Reds at Ebbets Field in the first baseball game ever to be televised. ENVELOPE PLEASE: Earlier this week, the California League unveiled its post-season awards, with third baseman Matt Beaty, shortstop Erick Mejia, designated hitter Johan Mieses and pitchers Josh Sborz and Andrew Sopko earning selections to the league’s AllStar team. In addition, Sborz, who is now with Double-A Tulsa, was named the California League’s Pitcher of Year after going 8-4 with a 2.66 ERA in 20 games (19 starts) with the Quakes. Congrats to all!

Dodger outfielder Andre Ethier went 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga last night in his first rehab game since suffering a broken right tibia during Spring Training. After a recovery day today, Ethier is expected to continue his rehab with Rancho tomorrow. Louis Coleman (right shoulder fatigue) allowed one hit and struck out three last night in a rehab appearance for Triple-A Oklahoma City. He has tossed 3.0 scoreless frames in three rehab games for OKC and the Rookie-level AZL Dodgers after last appearing in a big-league game on Aug. 2

UPCOMING SCHEDULE Date/Time (PT)/Opponent Sat., Aug. 27, 1:05 p.m. vs. CHC Sun., Aug. 28, 1:10 p.m. vs. CHC

Probable Pitchers RHP Jason Hammel (13-6, 3.07) vs. TBD LHP John Lester (14-4, 2.81) vs. TBD

TV/Radio TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish/FS1 Radio: AM 570/KTNQ 1020/KMPC 1540 TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish/TBS Radio: AM 570/KTNQ 1020/KMPC 1540

Tonight’s starter vs. Chicago-NL: RHP Bud Norris (6-10, 4.69 ERA) YEAR TEAM

W-L

ERA

G

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

6-3 9-10 6-11 7-13 6-9 4-3 15-8 2-9 1-2 3-7 3-3 62-78

4.53 4.92 3.77 4.65 3.93 4.80 3.65 7.06 5.40 5.67 4.34 4.47

11 27 31 29 21 11 28 18 20 22 9 227

Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Baltimore 2014 Baltimore 2015 Baltimore San Diego 2016 Atlanta Los Angeles MLB Totals (8 Years)

GS CG 10 27 31 29 21 9 28 11 0 10 7 183

SHO

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

55.2 153.2 186.0 168.1 126.0 50.2 165.1 66.1 16.2 70.1 33.1 1092.1

59 151 177 165 135 61 149 84 16 68 36 1101

29 94 93 90 62 27 68 57 11 34 22 587

28 84 78 87 55 27 67 52 10 33 21 542

9 18 24 23 11 6 20 14 1 6 6 138

25 77 70 66 43 24 52 25 6 28 13 429

54 158 176 165 90 57 139 50 21 60 35 1,005

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SEASON NOTES:  Last pitched on August 22 at Cincinnati, allowing one run on two hits in 0.2 of an inning of relief, not factoring in the decision in the Dodgers’ 18-9 blowout win…walked one and threw 18 pitches  Last started on August 19 at Cincinnati, allowing six runs on seven hits in 3.2 innings, suffering the loss in the Dodgers’ 9-2 defeat…struck out three and tied a season high with four walks on 94 pitches  In nine games (seven starts) with the Dodgers, has gone 3-3 with a 5.67 ERA (21 ER/33.1 IP)  In 17 starts this season, he has gone 6-7 with a 5.18 ERA (48 ER/83.1 IP) and has struck out 81 batters against 30 walks…as a reliever this season, he has gone 0-3 with a 2.66 ERA (6 ER/20.1 IP) in 14 appearances  Acquired by the Dodgers on June 30 from Atlanta in a five-player deal…posted a 3-7 record with a 4.22 ERA in 22 games (10 starts) with the Braves this season

CAREER NOTES:  In eight Major League seasons with

Date

Opp

4/6 4/11 4/16 4/22 4/27 5/2 5/4 5/7 5/12 5/15 5/17 5/20 5/24 5/25 5/27 5/29 6/1 6/4 6/10 6/15 6/21 6/26 7/1 7/6 7/15 7/20 7/22 7/26 7/31 8/19 8/22

WAS @WAS @MIA NYM @BOS @NYM @NYM ARI PHI @KC @PIT @PHI MIL MIL MIA MIA SF @LAD CHC CIN @MIA NYM COL BAL @ARI @WSH @STL TB ARI @CIN @CIN

NORRIS’ 2016 GAME LOG Score Dec IP H R/ER L, 1-3 L 7.0 6 L, 4-6 L 5.0 9 W, 6-4 W 5.1 7 L, 6-3 L 4.0 5 L, 4-9 L 1.1 7 L, 1-4 ND 2.1 0 L, 0-8 ND 2.1 1 L, 2-4 ND 1.0 1 L, 4-7 ND 2.0 1 L, 2-4 ND 2.0 1 L, 9-12 ND 3.0 5 W, 7-1 ND 1.0 0 L, 1-2 L 1.0 1 L, 2-3 ND 0.1 2 W, 4-2 ND 1.0 1 L, 3-7 ND 1.1 0 W, 5-4 ND 1.0 0 L, 0-4 L 5.0 3 W, 5-1 W 7.0 4 W, 9-8 ND 5.0 3 W, 3-2 ND 5.1 7 W, 5-2 W 7.0 4 W, 5-0 W 6.0 2 L, 4-6 ND 5.0 6 W, 13-7 W 5.0 8 L, 1-8 L 5.0 7 L, 3-4 L 1.1 2 W, 3-2 W 6.1 2 W, 14-3 ND 0.1 0 L, 2-9 L 3.2 7 W, 18-9 ND 0.2 2 NORRIS vs. CHICAGO-NL

2/2 5/5 4/4 5/5 6/6 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 1/1 1/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/1 1/1 3/3 2/2 0/0 0/0 3/3 4/4 6/6 1/1 0/0 1/0 6/6 1/1

BB

SO

2 2 3 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 4 1

4 4 5 4 0 0 2 1 2 1 4 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 6 7 6 8 8 5 5 8 0 6 0 3 0

TP 98 96 98 88 48 28 42 18 21 20 60 23 26 8 19 20 9 91 101 96 101 88 88 91 98 90 23 104 13 94 18

Score @ Removal

1-3 4-5 6-3 6-2 1-6 0-4 0-8 2-3 4-4 2-2 5-10 5-1 1-2 2-2 2-2 3-6 3-4 0-1 3-1 3-3 0-2 5-0 1-0 2-3 8-4 1-5 2-0 0-1 0-6 18-8

the Astros (2009-13), Orioles (201315), Padres (2015), Braves (2016) and 2016 Career 1-0, 1.29 ERA (1 ER/7.0 IP)-1 GS 5-5, 3.39 ERA (24 ER/63.2 IP)-12 G, 11 GS Dodgers (2016), Norris has gone 62-78 Totals: ----Dodger Stadium: with a 4.47 ERA in 227 games (183 --1-4, 4.96 ERA (18 ER/32.2 IP)- 7 G, 6 GS Wrigley Field: starts) ----CG:  Averaging 8.28 strikeouts per 9.0 ----SHO: innings during the course of his career NORRIS AT THE PLATE AVG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH with 1,005 Ks in 1,092.1 innings 2016 .208 24 5 0 1 0 1 3 7 7  Made his MLB debut on July 29, 2009 CAREER .154 201 31 5 1 0 12 7 66 38 with Houston at Chicago-NL, allowing Last HR: None one run in 3.0 innings of relief…picked up the win in his first big league start, tossing 7.0 scoreless innings in the Astros’ 2-0 win over the Cardinals on Aug. 2, 2009 at busch Stadium  Originally selected by Houston in the sixth round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft out of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

VS. CHICAGO-NL:  

Last faced the Cubs on June 10 as a member of the Braves, allowing one run on four hits in 7.0 innings, earning the win in the Braves’ 5-1 victory at Turner Field…struck out six and did not issue a walk on 101 pitches Has gone 5-5 with a 3.39 ERA (24 ER/63.2 IP) in 12 career games (11 starts) against the Cubs Norris vs. Cubs Hitters Player Javier Baez Kris Bryant Trevor Cahill Dexter Fowler Jason Hammel Kyle Hendricks Jason Heyward Miguel Montero Anthony Rizzo David Ross Addison Russell Travis Wood Ben Zobrist

Bat R R R S R R L L L R R R S

AB 5 3 2 9 2 1 10 14 10 9 2 4 19

H 0 0 0 5 0 0 3 6 0 3 0 0 3

Tomorrow’s starter vs. Chicago-NL: TBD

2B 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1

RBI 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 4 0 1 0 0 2

BB 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 3

SO AVG 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .556 0 .000 1 .000 3 .300 3 .429 3 .000 2 .333 1 .000 2 .000 5 .158

OBP .000 .000 .000 .733 .000 .000 .333 .500 .167 .333 .000 .000 .261

SLG .000 .000 .000 .778 .000 .000 .700 .500 .000 .778 .000 .000 .316

PITCHING NOTES The Dodgers rank among the Major League leaders in ERA (3.78, 6 th), strikeouts (1169, T-1 st), opponents’ batting average (.232, 2 nd) and WHIP (1.18, 2nd) Dodger starters have gone 47-40 with a 4.11 ERA (316 ER/691.2 IP, 6 th NL), while the clubs’ relievers have a 24-16 record with a 3.26 ERA (164 ER/452.2 IP, 2 nd, NL) Under Rick Honeycutt since 2006, the Dodgers lead the Majors in ERA (3.66)…Honeycutt is in his 11 th season as the Dodgers’ pitching coach, the fourth longest tenure in baseball, trailing Dave Righetti (2000), Don Cooper (2002) and Darren Balsley (2003) Single-Game Highs (as reliever) 2016 Career 2.2 (7/8 vs. SD) 2.0 (9x, last: 6/16 vs. MIL) 3 (3x, last: 8/19 at CIN) 3 (4x, last: 8/19/16 at CIN) 3 (3x, last: 8/19 at CIN) 4 (8/10/15 vs. WAS) 2 (8/22 at CIN) 2 (4x, last: 8/22/16 at CIN) 25/11 71/27

52 RHP PEDRO BÁEZ: 3-2, 3.60 ERA - 59 G Last Game: Wed. vs. SF, 0.2 IP, BB, K Last Win: 7/29 vs. ARI

Series vs. SF: 0 R/0.2 IP-1 G Last Loss: 6/16 vs. MIL

Homestand: 0 R/0.2 IP-1 G Last Save: ---

IP

ER Overall, has limited opponents to a .190 batting average (12 th NL) and has been effective against SO right-handed (.210, 29-for-138) and left-handed hitters (.154, 12-for-78) BB Ranks ninth among NL relievers with a 0.95 WHIP…ranks second on the team with 59 games IR/IRSc Has 66 strikeouts against just 16 walks in 60.0 innings After making 13 scoreless appearances in July (14.2 IP), has allowed nine runs in 10 Aug. games (9.2 IP) …had a string of 15 consecutive scoreless appearances (17.1 IP) from July 1-Aug. 7

55 RHP JOE BLANTON: 4-2, 2.33 ERA – 61 G Last Game: Wed. vs. SF, 1.0 IP, H, BB, K Last Win: 7/4 vs. BAL

Series vs. SF: 0 R/2.2 IP-2 G Last Loss: 5/6/16 at TOR

Homestand: 0 R/2.2 IP-2 G Last Save: 7/27/15 at CLE

Ranks fifth in the NL with a .167 opponents’ batting average and has a 0.90 WHIP (7th, NL) Leads the team with a career-high 61 appearances…ranks 10 th in the NL in ERA as a reliever Has been tough on both righties (.177, 28-for-158) and lefties (.145, 10-for-69) Has not allowed a run in his last 12 games (12.2 IP) since July 31

IP ER SO BB IR/IRSc

Single-Game Highs (as reliever) 2016 Career 2.0 (6x, last: 6/11 at SF) 4.0 (5/16/15 vs. NYY) 3 (3x, last: 7/29 vs. ARI) 6 (8/13/13 at NYY) 4 (2x, last: 5/21 at SD) 6 (8/15/15 at NYM) 2 (2x, last: 7/21 at WAS) 4 (9/3/13 vs. TB) 23/10 36/13

IP ER SO BB IR/IRSc

Single-Game Highs (as reliever) 2016 Career 3.0 (2x, 7/26 vs. SD) 5.2 (6/13/13 vs. NYY) 5 (7/23 vs. SEA) 7 (8/23/10 at DET) 3 (3x, 6/12 vs. BAL) 7 (2x, last: 6/13/13 vs. NYY) 2 (3x, last: 8/2 at COL) 3 (3x, last: 8/20/14 vs. NYM) 39/16 149/58

58 RHP JESSE CHAVEZ: 2-2, 4.47 ERA – 50 G (with TOR/LAD); 1-0, 4.20 ERA-11 G w/LAD Last Game: Yest. vs. SF, 2.0 IP, K Last Win: 8/22/16 at CIN

Series vs. SF: 1 R/2.1 IP-2 G Last Loss: 6/24 at CWS

Homestand: 1 R/2.1 IP-2 G Last Save: 4/18/15 at KC

Has tossed scoreless relief in seven of his last nine games (2 R/12.2 IP, 1.42 ERA) since Aug. 7 Acquired by the Dodgers from Toronto July 31 with cash in exchange for Mike Bolsinger …has allowed nine runs (seven earned) in 15.0 innings in 11 appearances as a Dodger Limiting right-handers to a .221 batting average (29-for-131)

75 LHP GRANT DAYTON: 0-1, 2.77 ERA-10 G Last Game: Yest. vs. SF, 1.0 IP, H, R (0 ER), BB, 2 K Series vs. SF: 0 ER/1.0 IP-1 G Homestand: 0 ER/1.0 IP-1 G Last Win: --Last Loss: 8/18 at PHI Last Save: ---

Single-Game Highs (as reliever) 2016 Career 2.0 (3x, last: 8/14 vs. PIT) 2.0 (3x, last: 8/14/16 vs. PIT) 2 (8/18 at PHI) 2 (8/18 at PHI) 4 (8/6 vs. BOS) 4 (8/6/16 vs. BOS) 1 (3x, last: 8/25 vs. SF) 1 (3x: 8/25/16 vs. SF) 6/3 6/3

IP

Limiting opponents to a .149 batting average with a 0.77 WHIP…holding right-handed hitters to a ER SO .161 average (5-for-31)...lefties are hitting .125 (2-for-16) BB Has 17 strikeouts in 13.0 innings in 10 games in two stints with the Dodgers …made his Major League IR/IRSc on July 22, striking out two in 2.0 scoreless innings of relief In 38 combined minor league appearances with Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City, he has gone 5-2 with five saves and a 2.42 ERA (14 ER/52.0 IP)…struck out 91 against just 11 walks in 52.0 innings…acquired on July 15, 2015 from Miami for LHP Chris Reed

56 LHP J.P. HOWELL: 1-1, 3.80 ERA – 53 G Last Game: Yest. vs. SF, 1.0 IP, K Last Win: 4/14/16 vs. ARI

Series vs. SF: 0 R/1.0 IP-1 G Last Loss: 5/15/16 vs. STL

Homestand: 0 R/1.0 IP-1 G Last Save: 7/4/15 vs. NYM

IP ER SO BB IR/IRSc

Has allowed runs in three of his last six games (5 R/6.0 IP) after tossing scoreless relief in 20 of 22 games from June 17-Aug. 9 (0.96 ERA, 2 ER/18.2 IP) His 253 relief appearances are the 12 th most in Los Angeles history…since joining the Dodgers in 2013, has gone 14-6 with a 2.39 ERA (53 ER/200.0 IP) in 253 games, ranking eighth among NL relievers (min. 120.0 IP) in ERA in that span

74 RHP KENLEY JANSEN: 3-2, 37 SV, 1.86 ERA - 55 G Last Game: Wed. vs. SF, SV, 1.0 IP, 2 K Last Win: 6/19 vs. MIL

Series vs. SF: 1 R/2.0 IP-2 G Last Loss: 6/11 at SF

Homestand: 1 R/2.0 IP-2 G Last Save: 8/24 vs. SF

Single-Game Highs (as reliever) 2016 Career 3.0 (5/22 at SD) 3.0 (7x, last: 5/22/16 at SD) 4 (4/7 at SF) 5 (5/27/08 vs. TEX) 3 (5/18 at LAA) 4 (7x, last: 6/1/13 at COL) 3 (7/6 vs. BAL) 3 (3x, last: 7/7/16 vs. BAL) 19/8 274/62 Single-Game Highs (as reliever) 2016 Career 1.2 (4/13 vs. ARI) 2.0 (11x, last: 7/10/13 at ARI) 3 (8/10 vs. PHI) 5 (4/19/11 vs. ATL) 3 (6x, last: 8/21 at CIN) 4 (9x, last: 5/15/15 vs. COL) 2 (8/10 vs. PHI) 2 (20x, last: 8/10/16 vs. PHI) 12/1 89/22

IP

ER Is tied with Jim Brewer for the most strikeouts by a reliever in Dodger franchise history with 604 SO Ks BB Selected to his first-career All-Star game…has tossed scoreless relief in 48 of 55 appearances IR/IRSc Ranks third among NL relievers in ERA…limiting opponents to a .153 batting average (2nd, NL) with a 0.69 WHIP (1 st, MLB)…has 76 Ks (5 th, NL relievers) and just nine walks Places second in the NL with 37 saves in 42 opportunities…joins Todd Worrell (1995-97) and Eric Gagné (2002-04) as the only Dodgers with three 30-save seasons Has five saves of 1.1 or more innings this year…holds the Dodger record for saves, surpassing Eric Gagné (162) on June 20

36 LHP ADAM LIBERATORE: 2-0, 1.49 ERA – 48 G Last Game: Wed. vs. SF, 0.1 IP Last Win: 7/21 at WAS

Series vs. SF: 0 R/1.0 IP-2 G Last Loss: 7/20/15 at ATL

Homestand: 0 R/1.0 IP-2 G Last Save: ---

Has tossed scoreless relief in 45 of 48 games this year…if he qualified, his 1.49 ERA would be the second best in the NL…has limited opposing hitters to a .171 batting average (8 th, NL), including a .132 mark (9-for-68) against lefties, and a 0.96 WHIP Reinstated Friday after missing 17 games with left elbow inflammation Didn’t allow a run in 28 games from May 20 to July 22 (22.1 IP), establishing a Dodger franchise record Candelaria in 1991) Player Baez Blanton Chavez Dayton Hill Howell Jansen Liberatore Maeda Norris Stripling Urías

W-L-S 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0

ERA 0.00 0.00 13.50 0.00 1.29 9.00

2016 vs. CHI G/GS ER 2/0 0 1/0 0 2/0 1 1/0 0 1/1 1 1/1 5

IP 2.1 2.0 0.2 1.0 7.0 5.0

HR 0 0 1 0 0 3

W-L-S 0-0-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-8 0-0-0 5-5-0 0-1-0

ERA 1.42 3.86 3.52 0.00 5.11 0.55 3.38 3.39 9.00

Career vs. CHI G/GS ER 6/0 1 11/7 21 9/0 3 1/0 0 15/0 7 16 1 4/0 1 12/11 24 1/1 5

IP ER SO BB IR/IRSc

Single-Game Highs (as reliever) 2016 Career 2.0 (2x, last: 6/18 vs. MIL) 2.0 (4x, last: 6/18/16 vs. MIL) 3 (7/24 at STL) 3 (2x, 7/24/16 at STL) 4 (6/18 vs. MIL) 4 (6/18 vs. MIL) 2 (2x, last: 7/24 at STL) 2 (3x, last: 7/24/16 at STL) 29/6 52/16

for most consecutive scoreless appearances (previous was 23 by John

IP 6.1 49.0 7.2 0.2 12.1 16.1 2.2 63.2 5.0

HR 1 7 1 0 0 1 1 11 3

W-L-S 6-1-0 3-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 8-3-1 14-7-92 2-1-0 5-5-0 2-2-0 2-4-0 2-0-0

Career at Dodger Stadium ERA G/GS ER IP 1.93 66/0 16 74.2 3.22 39/9 31 86.2 4.00 12/1 8 18.0 1.29 5/0 1 7.0 0.00 2/2 0 12.0 1.68 126/0 18 96.1 2.07 213/0 49 213.1 2.73 42/0 10 33.0 3.46 13/13 29 75.1 2.51 10/9 13 46.2 4.84 9/7 24 44.2 3.24 6/5 9 25.0

Recent Bullpen Usage Player Baez Blanton Chavez Dayton Howell Jansen Liberatore

8/25 vs. SF

8/24 vs. SF

8/23 vs. SF

8/22 at CIN

8/21 at CIN

2.0 (32) 1.0 (32) 1.0 (16) -

0.2 (13) 1.0 (22) 1.0 (14) 0.1 (3)

1.2 (20) 0.1 (10) 1.1 (15) 0.2 (4)

0.2 (26) 1.1 (16) 1.0 (17) 1.1 (20) -

1.0 (10) 1.0 (22) 1.0 (16) -

HR 8 8 2 1 0 4 15 2 9 1 5 0

BATTERS Since the All-Star break, leads the Majors in SLG (.464), while ranking among the NL’s best in batting average (.274, 2 nd), hits (355, 3rd), home runs (54, 2 nd), RBI (187, 2nd), runs (195, 2nd), OBP (.335, 6th) and runs per game (5.42, 2 nd) Ranks among the NL clubs in hits (1090, 9 th), runs (577, 6th), homers (153, 6 th), RBI (543, 6th), walks (414, 6 th) and runs per game (4.54, 6 th)

6 CHARLIE CULBERSON – 8-for-35 (.229), 2 2B, 5 RBI in 18 G Last Game: 0-for-3, K (8/25) Series vs. SF: 0-for-5 – 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .304/.083 Last HR (G Since): 8/14/14 vs. CIN (39 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-5 Homestand: 0-for-5 – 2 G RISP: .571 (4-for-7) As PH: 0-for-4

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 2 (3x, last: 5/9 vs. NYM) 3 (9/19/13 vs. STL) --1 (5x, last: 8/14/14 vs. CIN) 3 (4/15 vs. SF) 3 (2x, last: 4/15/16 vs. SF) 1 (5/16 vs. LAA) 2 (3x, last: 8/17/14 vs. CIN) 1 (5/9 vs. NYM) 2 (9/21/13 vs. ARI) 2 (5/9-7/20) 10 (9/11-9/22/13)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 4 (5/28 at NYM) 6 (8/11/09 at MIL) 3 (8/23 at CIN) 3 (2x, last: 8/23/16 at CIN) 8 (8/23 at CIN) 8 (8/23/16 at CIN) 3 (3x, last: 7/4 vs. BAL) 4 (6/19/09 vs. OAK) --1 (6x, last: 3/23/14 at ARI) 17 (8/6-24) 18 (6/20-7/7/12)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 5 (7/8 vs. SD) 5 (7/8/16 vs. SD) 3 (7/8 vs. SD) 3 (7/8/16 vs. SD) 6 (7/8 vs. SD) 8 (5/7/15 at MIL) 3 (2x, last: 8/7 vs. BOS) 3 (6x, last: 8/7/16 vs. BOS) 1 (7/29 vs. ARI) 1 (4x, last: 7/29/16 vs. ARI) 9 (7/29-8/9) 9 (7/29-8/9/16)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 3 (4/15 vs. SF) 3 (7x, last: 4/15/16 vs. SF) 2 (4/15 vs. SF) 2 (4/15/16 vs. SF) 4 (4/15 vs. SF) 4 (2x, last: 4/15/16 vs. SF) 3 (6/27 at PIT) 3 (6/27/16 at PIT) 1 (2x, last: 8/23 vs. SF) 1 (2x, last: 8/23/16 vs. SF) 4 (4/12-16) 6 (2x, last: 8/23-8/29/15)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 4 (4x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 5 (8/25/10 vs. TB) 1 (8x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 2 (6x, last: 4/18/14 at DET) 3 (2x, 8/16 at PHI) 5 (2x, last: 9/20/09 at TEX) 2 (3x, last: 6/11 at SF) 3 (8/9/14 vs. BOS) 1 (8x, last: 8/13 vs. PIT) 2 (6x, 5/11/14 at TOR) 16 (7/4-24) 18 (6/20-7/19/11)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 3 (3x, last: 8/17 at PHI) 3 (8x, last: 8/17/16 vs. PHI) 2 (2x, last: 6/14 at ARI) 2 (3x, last: 6/14/16 at ARI) 4 (7/29 vs. ARI) 4 (7/29/16 vs. ARI) 3 (4/24 at COL) 3 (7x, last: 4/24/16 at COL) 1 (5x, last: 7/24 at STL) 1 (7x, last: 6/18/16 vs. MIL ) 5 (2x, last: 8/12-17) 7 (5/30-6/4/15)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 4 (2x, last: 7/2 vs. PIT) 4 (6x, last: 7/2/16 vs. PIT) 1 (8x, last: 7/29 at CLE) 3 (8/9/13 at TOR) 3 (2x, last: 7/26 at TEX) 6 (5/16/14 at CLE) 2 (2x, last: 7/15 vs. TOR) 3 (2x, last: 8/2/13 vs. TEX) 1 (6x, last: 8/13 vs. PIT) 2 (2x, last: 9/24/15 vs. TEX) 6 (2x, last: 5/15-6/28) 12 (4/22-5/4/15)

Recalled on Tuesday from Triple-A Oklahoma City for his third stint with the big league club…has appeared in two games at second base, four games (two starts) at third, six starts at shortstop and two games at left field this season for the Dodgers. In 70 games with Triple-A OKC this season, he hit .260 with 17 doubles, two triplse, four homers, 33 RBI and six stolen bases Made the Dodgers’ Opening Day roster after signing with the club on Nov. 19, 2015 as a non-roster invitee to Spring Training

23 ADRIÁN GONZÁLEZ (L) – .299, 25 2B, 15 HR, 73 RBI in 123 G Last Game: 0-for-3 (8/25) Series vs. SF: 3-for-10, 3 RBI – 3 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .269/.310 Last HR (G Since): 8/22 at CIN, 3 HR (3 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-3 Homestand: 3-for-10, 3 RBI – 3 G RISP: .327 (36-for-110) As PH: 0-for-5

Went hitless in last night’s contest as he had his season-long hitting streak snapped at 17 games…batted .412 (28-for-68) with 16 runs, seven doubles, six home runs and 22 RBI along with a .431 OBP and a .779 SLG during the run In 22 games during the month of August, he has posted a .369 (31-for-84)/.400/.667 slashline with 17 runs, seven doubles, six home runs and 22 RBI…ranks among NL leaders in batting average (8 th), SLG (8th), hits (T-8th), home runs (T-10th) and RBI (T-3rd) during the month of August Has posted .371 (39-for-105)/.407/.667 slashline with 21 runs, seven doubles, eight homers and 27 RBI in his last 28 games since July 23…in his last 50 games, he is batting .353 (65-for-184) with 33 runs, 14 doubles, nine home runs and 40 RBI along with a .413 OBP and a .576 SLG since June 27 In his last 27 games at Dodger Stadium, he has posted a .389 (37-for-95)/.444/.547 slashline with 15 runs, nine doubles, two home runs and 17 RBI since July 1...has hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games at home, batting .429 (18-for-42) with eight runs, five doubles, a home run and three RBI since Aug. 6 Ranks among active players (min. 250 PA) in SLG (.508, 8 th) and OBP (.354, 13 th) in 67 career games against the Chicago Cubs Is a .291 career hitter and since his first full Major League season in 2006, ranks among the big league leaders in hits (1,883, 3 rd), doubles (399, 3rd), home runs (298, 8 th), RBI (1,105, 5th), runs (932, 8th), walks (731, 10th) and total bases (3,198, 4th) Leads the Majors with 1,712 games played since 2006 and has not been placed on the disabled list during the course of his career…ranks ninth among active players with 1,129 career RBI…ranks fifth among active players with a .326 career batting average with runners in scoring position (min. 600 PA) Just the sixth active player to reach 300 homers (305 career) and 400 doubles (409 career), joining Adrian Beltre, Carlos Beltran, Albert Pujols, David Ortiz and Miguel Cabrera Clubbed a career-high tying three home runs on Monday at Cincinnati (also: April 8, 2015 vs. SD) and collected a career-high eight RBI…according to Elias Sports Bureau, he becomes the third player in Dodger history to have hit three or more home runs in a game twice for the club, joining Duke Snider and Shawn Green

9 YASMANI GRANDAL (S) – .231, 11 2B, 3B, 21 HR, 54 RBI in 97 G Last Game: 0-for-1, 2 BB (8/25) Series vs. SF: 1-for-7, 3 BB – 3 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .260/.225 Last HR (G Since): 8/22 at CIN (3 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-1 Homestand: 1-for-7, 3 BB – 3 G RISP: .224 (17-for-76) As PH: 1-for-8 (.125)

Currently tops Major League catchers in home runs (21) and walks (49) this season, while also ranking among the best in RBI (50, T-6 th), OBP (.347, 6th) and SLG (.493, 3rd) Leads the National League with 15 home runs in his last 41 games since June 30, batting .299 (40-for134) with 24 runs, three doubles, a triple and 26 RBI along with a .420 OBP and a .672 SLG during that span…in his last 21 games, he is posting a .300 (22-for-72)/.417/.671 slashline with three doubles, a triple, seven home runs and 14 RBI since July 30 Has reached base safely in 20 of his last 25 games at home, posting a .347 (26-for-75)/.456/.773 slashline with two doubles, 10 home runs and 19 RBI since June 21…posting a .274/.384/.605 slashline with seven doubles, 15 home runs and 35 RBI in 54 games at Dodger Stadium this season Has appeared in 87 games (82 starts) at catcher and four games (two starts) at first base this season…has posted a .996 fielding percentage this season as a catcher, commiting just three errors, ranking fourth among NL catchers…his 3.92 catcher ERA this season ranks seventh best in the Major Leagues Switch-hitter is posting a .260 (13-for-50)/.431/.400 slashline as a right-handed batter with a double, two home runs and five RBI, while posting a .225 (57-for-253)/.330/.498 mark as a left-handed hitter with 10 doubles, a triple, 19 home runs and 49 RBI Eclipsed the 20-home run mark for the first time in his career and became the first Dodger catcher to hit 20 home runs in a season since Paul Lo Duca, who hit 25 in 2001…is just the fifth catcher in LA history to accomplish the feat, joining Mike Piazza (5x: 1993-97), Joe Ferguson (2x: 1973, ’79), Todd Hundley (2x: 1999, 2000) and Lo Duca

14 KIKÉ HERNÁNDEZ – .199, 6 2B, 6 HR, 15 RBI in 84 G Last Game: 0-for-4, K (8/25) Series vs. SF: 2-for-8, RBI, SB – 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .200/.198 Last HR (G Since): 8/7 vs. BOS (13 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-4 Homestand: 2-for-8, RBI, SB – 2 G RISP: .139 (5-for-36) As PH: 7-for-35, HR (.200)

Has hit safely in seven of 10 career games against the Cubs, hitting .286 (8-for-28) with five runs, a triple, two home runs and five RBI along with a .882 OPS…in 48 career games against NL Central opponents, he is posting a .302/.339/.491 slashline with 15 runs, two doubles, a triple, six home runs and 14 RBI Has appeared in 37 games (22 starts) at left field, 10 games (five starts) at center field, five games (one start) at right field, four games (one start) at third, nine games (four starts) at second and one start each at shortstop and DH this year…has recorded four outfield assists this season Has a .293 career batting average (55-for-188) against left-handed pitchers…has also recorded 15 doubles, two triples, eight home runs, 23 RBI and a .904 OPS throughout his career against left-handers

47 HOWIE KENDRICK – .271, 23 2B, 2 3B, 8 HR, 34 RBI in 113 G Last Game: 0-for-4, K (8/25) Series vs. SF: 1-for-12, R, 2B – 3 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .255/.277 Last HR (G Since): 8/16 at PHI (8 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-4 Homestand: 1-for-12, R, 2B, 2 K – 3 G RISP: .235 (19-for-81) As PH: 3-for-11 (.273)

In his last 14 games, batting .327 (18-for-55) with nine runs, six doubles, a triple, two home runs and eight RBI along with a .373 OBP and a .582 SLG since Aug. 9 Posting a .317 (51-for-161)/.379/.509 slashline with 24 runs, 14 doubles, a triple, five home runs and 19 RBI in his last 42 games since July 4 In his last 61 games, he is batting .311 with 20 doubles, a triple, six home runs, 23 RBI, 36 runs scored and three stolen bases along with a .864 OPS since June 13, raising his batting average 52 points during that stretch (.219-.271) In his last 28 home games, he is posting a .296 (29-for-98)/.355/.480 slashline with 14 runs, 12 doubles, two homers and 12 RBI since June 22… has a career .293 batting average with 32 doubles, 11 homers and 58 RBI at Dodger Stadium in 140 career games…his career AVG at Dodger Stadium ranks 12 th among active players Has appeared in 26 games (21 starts) at second base, 75 games (62 starts) at left field, 12 games (10 starts) at third base, eight games (five starts) at first base and one start as the designated hitter this season

31 JOC PEDERSON (L) – .245, 24 2B, 18 HR, 52 RBI in 107 G Last Game: 0-for-2, K, defensive sub. (8/25) Series vs. SF: 0-for-6 – 3 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .089/.270 Last HR (G Since): 8/14 vs. PIT (10 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-8 Homestand: 0-for-6 – 3 G RISP: .276 (21-for-76) As PH: 1-for-9, HR (.111)

In his last 16 games, he is posting a .288 (15-for-52)/.397/.519 slashline with 10 runs, six doubles, two home runs and nine RBI since Aug. 8 In his last 29 games, he is batting .302 (26-for-86) with 17 runs, eight doubles, five homers and 17 RBI along with a .413 OBP and a .570 SLG since July 23…posting a .271 (35-for-129)/.379/.504 slashline with 22 runs, nine doubles, seven home runs and 22 RBI in his last 42 games since June 18 In his last 22 home games, he is posting a .323 (20-for-62)/.400/.774 slashline with 15 runs, seven doubles, seven home runs and 16 RBI since June 18

11 JOSH REDDICK (L)– 10-for-70 (.143), 2B in 20 G w/ LA Last Game: 0-for-3 (8/24) Series vs. SF: 0-for-3, R, BB – 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .173/.293 Last HR (G Since): 7/29 at CLE (22 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-9 Homestand: 0-for-3, R, BB – 2 G RISP: .239 (16-for-67) As PH: 1-for-4 (.250)

In his last 61 games, he is batting .266 with 32 runs, eight doubles, a triple, four home runs, 16 RBI and four stolen bases along with a .340 OBP since May 4 Made his Dodger debut on Aug. 2 at COL, making the start in right field, after being acquired from the Oakland Athletics on Aug. 1 in a five-player trade In 68 games with Oakland this season, he posted a .296/.368/.449 slashline with 11 doubles, one triple, eight homers, 28 RBI and five stolen bases

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 3 (3x, last: 8/7 at SD) 4 (10x, last: 4/27/15 at STL) 1 (3x, last: 4/27 at WSH) 1 (68x, last: 4/27/16 at WSH) 2 (3x, last: 7/9 at COL) 7 (5/2/12 at ATL) 2 (3x, last: 8/13 vs. COL) 3 (3x, last: 8/18/14 vs. SEA) 1 (3x, last: 8/10 at LAD) 1 (24x, last: 8/10/16 at LAD) 8 (7/2-7/28) 11 (7/8-7/25/11)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 4 (3x, last: 8/22 at CIN) 4 (4x, last: 8/22/16 at CIN ) 3 (6/3 vs. ATL) 3 (6/3/16 vs. ATL) 4 (6/5 vs. ATL) 4 (6/5/16 vs. ATL) 2 (4x, last: 7/6 vs. BAL) 3 (9/11/15 at ARI) 1 (4/21 at ATL) 1 (3x, last: 4/21/16 at ATL) 19 (6/16-7/6) 19 (6/16/16-7/6/16)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 2 (2x, last: 8/13 vs. PIT) 2 (2x, last: 8/13/16 vs. PIT) 1 (2x, last: 8/23 vs. SF) 1 (2x, last: 8/23 vs. SF) 4 (8/7 vs. BOS) 4 (8/7/16 vs. BOS) 1 (3x, last: 8/20 at CIN) 1 (3x, last: 8/20/16 at CIN) ----3 (8/13-16) 3 (8/13-16/16)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 3 (7/23 at STL) 3 (7/23/16 at STL) 1 (2x, last: 8/23 vs. SF) 1 (2x, last: 8/23/16 vs. SF) 4 (8/22 at CIN) 4 (8/22/16 at CIN) 1 (6x, last: 8/22 at CIN) 1 (6x, last: 8/22/16 at CIN) 1 (7/16 at ARI) 1 (7/16/16 at ARI) 4 (7/31-8/23) 4 (7/31-8/23/16)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 3 (6x, last: 8/24 vs. SF) 4 (5x, last: 7/20/15 at ATL) 2 (2x, last: 7/21/16 at WSH) 2 (4x, last: 7/21/16 at WSH) 5 (7/21 at WSH) 5 (2x, last: 7/21/16 at WSH) 2 (3x, last: 7/16 at ARI) 3 (6/16/11 at ATL) 1 (3x, last: 7/23 at ARI) 1 (22x, last: 7/23/16 at STL ) 10 (7/30-8/9) 11 (8/26-9/11/11)

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Single-Game Highs 2016 Career 6 (7/6 vs. BAL) 6 (7/6/16 vs. BAL) 2 (2x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 2 (23x, last: 8/16/16 at PHI) 5 (2x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 6 (2x, last: 9/2/10 at COL) 2 (6x, last: 6/7 vs. COL) 3 (10x, last: 8/5/14 vs. HOU) 1 (4/20 at ATL) 2 (6x, last: 4/9/13 vs. NYM) 7 (4/17-24) 35 (6/23-8/3/06)

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51 CARLOS RUÍZ – .261, 6 2B, 3 HR, 12 RBI in 48 G w/ PHI Last Game: 0-for-3, BB, K (8/23 w/ PHI) Series vs. SF: --Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .250/.264 Last HR (G Since): 4/27 at WSH (39 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-3 Homestand: --RISP: .182 (6-for-33) As PH: ---

Acquired by the Dodgers prior to last night’s game from the Phillies, after spending 11 seasons with Philadelphia…posted a .261/.368/.352 slashline with six doubles, three homer and 12 RBI with the Phillies this season In his last 17 games, he is batting .345 (19-for-55) with five runs, three doubles, three RBI and two stolen bases along with a .471 OBP since July 2 Has caught 12 of 30 (40.0%) would-be base stealers so far this season in 26 games (25 starts) at catcher In his last 22 games against the Cubs, he has posted a .315 (23-for-73)/.405/.493 slashline with 11 runs, four doubles, three home runs and 13 RBI since July 19, 2011 Has struck out only 456 times in 3,884 career plate appearances, giving him the fifth-best strikeout rate (8.52 PA/SO) among all active major league players over that span

5 COREY SEAGER (L) – .322, 35 2B, 3 3B, 22 HR, 61 RBI in 123 G Last Game: 1-for-3, BB (8/25) Series vs. SF: 4-for-11, 3 R, 2B, 2 BB – 3 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .279/.338 Last HR (G Since): 8/22 at CIN (3 G)

Current Streak: 1 G, 1-for-3, 8/25-current Homestand: 4-for-11, 3 R, 2B, 2 BB – 3 G RISP: .352 (31-for-88) As PH: 1-for-5 (.200)

Recorded the lone hit in last night’s contest as he has hit safely in 15 of his last 16 games, batting .469 (30-for-64) with 15 runs, four doubles, three home runs and nine RBI along with a .521 OBP and a .672 SLG since Aug. 8 In his last 35 games, he is batting .383 (57-for-149) with 27 runs, 13 doubles, five homers and 20 RBI along with a .425 OBP and a .570 SLG since July 9…posting a .373/.422/.576 slashline with 44 runs, 23 doubles, two triples, seven homers and 25 RBI in his last 57 games since June 16 Has reached base safely in 33 of his last 38 games at home, batting .349 (53-for-152) with 24 runs, 12 doubles, one triple, six home runs and 17 RBI along with a .963 OPS since June 5…in 64 games at Dodger Stadium this season, he is posting a .317/.368/.570 slashline with 16 doubles, a triple, 15 home runs and 29 RBI Tops Major League shortstops in batting average (.323), OBP (.378), hits (158) and doubles (35), while ranking among big league shortstops in SLG (.542, 2 nd), home runs (22, 3rd), RBI (61, T-8th) and runs scored (85, 2nd) Currently leads Major League rookies in hits (159), runs (86), doubles (35), multi-hit games (46) and walks (43), while ranking among the rookie leaders in RBI (61, 2 nd) and homers (22, 2nd) this season… leads the team in games played (123, T-1 st), runs, hits, multi-hit games Tied Glenn Wright (1930) for the franchise single-season record for home runs by a shortstop (22) with a two-run shot on Monday against Cincinnati…became the eighth rookie in franchise history to reach the 20-homer mark, joining Mike Piazza (35, 1993), Joc Pederson (26, 2015), Del Bissonette (25, 1928), Johnny Frederick (24, 1929), Frank Howard (23, 1960), Greg Brock (23, 1960) and Eric Karros (20, 1992) Named to the National League All-Star team, becoming the youngest position player to be honored as an All-Star in franchise history at 22 years, 69 days old (previous: Pete Reiser: 22 years, 113 days) and the third-youngest Dodger All-Star overall (at the time of their first selection), behind only Fernando Valenzuela and Ralph Branca…became just the second Dodger rookie shortstop to be selected to the All-Star game (last: Bill Grabarkewitz, 1970), and the first Los Angeles shortstop to be named an All-Star since Rafael Furcal in 2010. Named NL’s June Rookie of the Month after leading ML rookies in hitting (.343, 35-for-102), hits, homers (8), runs (20), total bases (69) and SLG (.676), while also ranking among the NL rookies in OBP (.409, 1st), doubles (8, 1st) and RBI (13, 3rd)…this was his first career monthly award, and the first for a Dodger rookie since Alex Guerrero (April 2015)

25 ROB SEGEDIN – 10-for-37 (.270), 2B, 2 HR, 12 RBI in 16 G Last Game: 0-for-2 (8/25) Series vs. SF:1-for-6, R, HR, RBI, K – 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .286/.261 Last HR (G Since): 8/23 vs. SF (1 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-2 Homestand: 1-for-6, R, HR, RBI, K – 2 G RISP: .333 (5-for-15) As PH: 1-for-4 (.250)

Was reinstated from the paternity list prior to last night’s contest after celebrating the birth of his first child…has driven in 12 runs in 16 big league games Has appeared in five games (four starts) at third base, four games (two starts) at left field, two games at first base and three starts at right field this season with Los Angeles Blasted his first career home run on Aug. 22 at Cincinnati with a solo shot in the fifth inning Made his Major League debut on Aug. 7 against the Red Sox after having his contract selected prior to the game and drove in four runs, the most ever by a Dodger in their MLB debut, driving a bases-loaded, two-run double for his first big-league hit in the fourth inning and knocking a two-run, bases-loaded single in the fifth inning…the previous franchise mark for RBI in a debut was three, set by Packy Rogers on July 12, 1938 vs. the Giants

60 ANDREW TOLES – 17-for-49 (.347), 4 2B, 2 HR, 8 RBI – 20 G Last Game: 0-for-1, PH, K (8/24) Series vs. SF: 2-for-3, 2B, HR, 3 RBI – 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: 1.000/.319 Last HR (G Since): 8/23 vs. SF (1 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-1 Homestand: 2-for-3, 2B, HR, 3 RBI – 2 G RISP: .333 (2-for-6) As PH: .500 (4-for-8)

In his last five games, he has gone 6-for-12 (.500) with four runs, a double, two homers and seven RBI since July 31 Has reached base safely in 16 of 20 games with Los Angeles, hitting .347 (17-for-49) with nine runs, four doubles, two home runs, eight RBI, six walks and a stolen base along with a .962 OPS Recalled on Aug. 21 from Triple-A Oklahoma City, for his second stint with the big league club…made his Major League debut on July 9 with a start at center field and recorded his first big league hit with a double in his first at-bat on the first pitch…he is the first Dodger to double on the first Major League pitch he saw since Adrian Beltre (June 24, 1998) Had his contract purchased July 8 from Triple-A OKC…combined to hit .331 with 55 runs, 107 hits, 27 doubles, five triples, seven home runs, 38 RBI and has stolen 23 bases in 34 attempts in 82 games with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga (22 G), where he began the season, Double-A Tulsa (43 G) and Triple-A OKC (17 G) this season

10 JUSTIN TURNER – .277, 28 2B, 2 3B, 24 HR, 74 RBI in 119 G Last Game: 0-for-4, K (8/25) Series vs. SF: 5-for-11, HR, 2 RBI, BB – 3 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .207/.302 Last HR (G Since): 8/24 vs. SF (1 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-4 Homestand: 5-for-11, HR, 2 RBI, BB – 3 G RISP: .337 (31-for-109) As PH: 3-for-7 (.429), HR

Has hit safely in 18 of his last 21 games, batting .313 (26-for-83) with 13 runs, nine doubles, a triple, six home runs and 15 RBI along with a .992 OPS since July 30 Hitting .321 (79-for-246) with 20 doubles, a triple, 20 homers and 54 RBI along with a .362 OBP and a .654 SLG in his last 62 games since June 10…during that span, he is tied for the National League lead in homers and SLG, while ranking among the NL leaders in RBI (3 rd), doubles (T-7th) and hits (T-10th) In 33 games since the All-Star break, he is batting .324 (44-for-136) with 23 runs, 12 doubles, a triple, 11 homers and 30 RBI along with .366 OBP and a .669 SLG during that span Has hit safely in 10 of his last 12 games at home, batting .326 (15-for-46) with seven runs, four doubles, three home runs and six RBI along with a .340 OBP and a .609 SLG since July 30…since joining the Dodgers in 2014, he is batting .299 (161-for-538) with 35 doubles, one triple, 23 home runs and 91 RBI in 179 home games…his career .295 batting average at Dodger Stadium ranks 11th among active players Since joining the Dodgers in 2014, ranks among the NL leaders (min. 1000 PA) in batting average (.299, 7 th) and OBP (.367, 11th), including a .352 mark with runners in scoring position (1st, MLB, 86-for-244) Has hit safely in 14 of his last 17 games against NL Central opponents, posting a .348 (24-for-69)/.377/.681 slashline with 10 runs, six doubles, a triple, five home runs and 17 RBI since June 16

26 CHASE UTLEY (L) – .259, 20 2B, 2 3B, 11 HR, 41 RBI in 109 G Last Game: 0-for-1, K, PH (8/25) Series vs. SF: 1-for-6, R – 3 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: .180/.272 Last HR (G Since): 8/21 at CIN (4 G)

Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-5 Homestand: 1-for-6, R – 3 G RISP: .275 (19-for-69) As PH: 1-for-9 (.111)

In his last 12 games, he is batting .333 (15-for-45) with 11 runs, two doubles, three home runs and eight RBI along with a .362 OBP and a .578 SLG since Aug. 12 He has 456 plate appearances this season without grounding into a double play, the most of any big leaguer (next: Jarrod Saltalamacchia, 212)…according to Stats, LLC, only one Los Angeles Dodger has completed an entire season with more plate appearances than Utley without a GIDP - Dave Roberts in 2003 (440 PA) In his last 29 games against the Cubs, he is posting a .327 (34-for-104)/.407/.625 slashline with 23 runs, 10 doubles, three triples, five home runs and 24 RBI since Aug. 12, 2009…ranks among the active leaders in career batting average (.298, 9th), OBP (.383, 9th) and SLG (.558, 3rd) in 60 games against the Cubs (min. 200 AB) Among active second basemen, he ranks among the active leaders in games played (1694, 3 rd), runs (1029, 3rd), hits (1754, 3rd), doubles (375, 2nd), triples (52, 1st), home runs (247, 2nd), RBI (966, 2nd), walks (670, 2nd), OBP (.362, 2nd), SLG (.473, 2nd), extra-base hits (674, 2nd) and total bases (2974, 2nd) Made his return to Philadelphia on Tuesday for the first time since being traded to Los Angeles on Aug. 19, 2015 and recorded his 23 rd multi-homer game of his career (second of the season, last: May 28 at NYM), with a solo home run in the fifth inning and his seventh-career grand slam (second this year, last: May 28 at NYM) in the seventh…according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Utley, who hit 233 during his 13 seasons in Philadelphia, is the second player in MLB history to hit 200-or-more homers with a team and homer twice in his first road game against that team, becoming the first to do so since Frank Thomas slugged two homers on May 22, 2006 at U.S. Cellular Field against the White Sox as a member of the Athletics

73 SHAWN ZARRAGA (S) – .265, 7 2B, 14 RBI in 41 G w/ AAA OKC & AA TULSA Last Game: 0-for-1 (8/24 W/ OKC) Series vs. SF:--Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP: --Last HR (G Since): ---

Current Streak: --Homestand: --RISP: --As PH: ---

Single-Game Highs Career -------------

Had his contract selected prior to last night’s contest, making his first-career appearance on a Major League roster Combined to hit .265 (.265 (30-for-113) with a .348 on-base percentage, seven doubles and 14 RBI in 41 games with Triple-A OKC and Double-A Tulsa this season In nine career minor league seasons, the switch-hitting backstop hit .282 with a .371 on-base percentage, 84 doubles, 14 home runs and 199 RBI…was acquired by the Dodgers in a trade with the Brewers on Dec. 17, 2014

DODGERS BATTING CHARTS LHP Mike Montgomery vs. Dodgers

Player Culberson Gonzalez Grandal Hernandez Kendrick Pederson Reddick Ruiz Seager Segedin Toles Turner Utley

G 3 2 4 3 4 2 4 4 3

Player

AVG

AB

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

Reddick

.500

2

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

2016 vs. CHI AVG AB H HR RBI .200 10 2 0 1 .000 5 0 0 0 .429 7 3 1 1 .000 7 0 0 1 .000 14 0 0 0 .167 6 1 0 0 .267 15 4 1 4 .091 11 1 0 0 .154 13 2 0 0

G 6 67 12 10 12 12 2 47 4 31 60

AVG .167 .279 .065 .286 .289 .069 .000 .277 .267 .238 .298

Career vs. CHI AB H HR 18 3 0 240 67 14 31 2 1 28 8 2 45 13 3 29 2 1 6 0 0 148 41 5 15 4 1 84 20 1 215 64 10

Career at Dodger Stadium

RBI 2 39 3 5 11 2 0 23 4 9 36

G AVG AB 18 .209 43 365 .268 1319 129 .261 383 83 .256 199 140 .293 505 135 .204 398 13 .286 49 28 .304 79 75 .322 289 9 .269 26 9 .333 21 188 .295 570 106 .251 386

H 9 353 100 51 148 81 14 24 93 7 7 168 97

HR 0 51 25 7 11 23 1 2 18 1 1 23

RBI 5 210 64 24 58 58 1 13 37 7 4 92 14 41

’16 Multi-Hit Games 2+ H 3+ H 4+ H 3 0 0 40 11 1 13 3 1 7 1 0 25 8 4 20 3 0 23 5 2 10 3 0 45 14 3 2 0 0 4 1 0 38 6 0 28 9 1

2016 HR Breakdown

Player Culberson Gonzalez Grandal Hernandez Kendrick Pederson Reddick Ruiz Seager Segedin Toles Turner Utley Totals Opponents

HR 15 21 6 8 18 8 3 22 2 2 24 11 153 131

Vs. LHP 2 2 4 0 1 0 2 5 1 1 5 2 29 48

Vs. RHP 13 19 2 8 17 8 1 17 1 1 19 9 124 83

By Location Home Road 4 11 15 6 5 1 3 5 10 8 3 5 1 2 15 7 1 1 1 1 10 14 4 7 80 73 56 75

LF 2 2 3 1 1 0 2 3 1 0 10 0 30 45

By Direction LCF CF RCF 2 2 3 2 6 3 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 3 4 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 6 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 5 0 0 0 3 20 29 25 23 18 18

Dodgers’ Back-to-Back HR: (5):Toles/Segedin, Seager/Gonzalez, Gonzalez/Grandal; 8/22 vs. CIN Puig/Grandal, 7/4 vs. BAL; Grandal/Kendrick, 7/8 vs. SD; Gonzalez/Hernandez, 8/7 vs. BOS

RF 6 8 0 3 10 4 0 6 0 2 3 8 49 27

Runners On… 0 1 2 9 2 3 13 3 5 6 0 0 5 3 0 12 6 0 5 2 1 2 1 0 15 5 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 12 8 4 6 3 0 93 39 17 81 34 15

3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 1

Last Slam 7/24/16 9/25/14 9/26/14 5/1/15 7/19/15 8/16/16 8/16/16 4/7/16

Situational Lead Off PH Walk-Off 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 4 4 2 3 4 4

Multi-HR G 2+ HR 3+ HR 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 2 13 1

Opponents’ Back-to-Back HR: (2): Heyward/Bryant, 6/2 at CHC; Revere/Werth, 7/20 at WSH; LeMahieu/Gonzalez, 8/3 at COL

DODGER DISABLED LIST Player Brett Anderson (60-day DL) Brett Anderson Mike Bolsinger Louis Coleman Carl Crawford Andre Ethier (60-day DL) Casey Fien Yimi Garcia (60-day DL) Yasmani Grandal Alex Guerrero Chris Hatcher (60-day DL) Kiké Hernandez Rich Hill Scott Kazmir Howie Kendrick Clayton Kershaw (60-day DL) Adam Liberatore Brandon McCarthy (60-day DL) Brandon McCarthy Frankie Montas (60-day DL) Bud Norris Joc Pederson Yasiel Puig Josh Ravin (60-day DL) Josh Ravin Hyun-Jin Ryu (60-day DL) Hyun-Jin Ryu (60-day DL) Trayce Thompson (60-day DL) Chin-hui Tsao (60-day DL) Scott Van Slyke Scott Van Slyke (60-day DL) Alex Wood (60-day DL)

Injury herniated disc surgery blister, left index finger left oblique strain right shoulder fatigue lower back tightness broken right tibia right elbow tendonitis right biceps soreness right forearm soreness left knee contusion strained left oblique left ribcage inflammation left middle finger blister neck inflammation strained left calf mild disc herniation left elbow inflammation Tommy John surgery right hip stiffness rib resection surgery mild mid-back strain sprained right AC joint strained left hamstring left radius fracture right triceps soreness left shoulder surgery elbow tendonitis lower back tightness right triceps strain low back irritation right wrist irritation posterior elbow impingement

Date On April 4 August 21 March 25 August 3 April 9 March 25 July 17 April 23 March 25 March 25 July 20 June 28 July 20 August 23 March 25 June 27 July 30 Feb. 19 August 14 Feb. 21 August 1 June 29 June 3 March 25 August 14 March 25 July 9 July 10 May 22 April 10 August 8 May 31

1 0 0 0 0 3 0

Date Off August 14

Games Missed 116 5 May 18 40 21 April 26 15 127 August 16 24 110 April 12 7 May 31 (DFA) 52 32 July 31 26 August 24 20 3 April 12 7 50 August 19 17 July 3 83 11 June 12 63 August 19 15 July 19 16 June 21 17 May 2 (placed on restricted list) 26 11 July 7 87 38 35 82 June 3 49 16 75

Record 65-51 4-1 21-19 12-9 9-6 71-56 13-11 61-49 4-3 27-25 18-14 16-10 11-9 2-1 4-3 30-20 9-8 46-37 6-5 33-30 8-7 10-6 11-6 13-13 6-5 48-39 22-16 19-16 50-32 24-25 9-7 44-31

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HIGHS/LOWS GENERAL

DODGERS RECORD WHEN…

Longest Winning Streak ............................... 6 Longest Winning Streak, Home.................. 10 Longest Winning Streak, Road ..................... 3 Longest Losing Streak .................................. 6 Longest Losing Streak, Home....................... 6 Longest Losing Streak, Road ........................ 4 Longest Game, Innings ............................... 17 Longest Game, Time ............................... 5:47 Longest Nine-Inning Game, Time ........... 4:02 Shortest Game, Time ............................... 2:07 Largest Crowd, Home.......................... 53,449 Largest Crowd, Road ........................... 47,156 Smallest Crowd, Home........................ 38,858 Smallest Crowd, Road ......................... 13,226 Largest Winning Margin............................. 15 Largest Losing Margin................................ 10 Largest Deficit Overcome to Win ................. 4 Largest Lead Lost ......................................... 6 Most Errors................................................... 3 Most Consecutive Games, No Error ............. 8 Most Double Plays .................................... 4 Most Players Used .................................. 23

June 17-June 22 June 17-July 5 2x: Aug. 4-August 17 April 25-April 30 April 25-April 30 May 18-May 21 May 22 at SD May 22 at SD 2x; Last: August 22 at CIN May 1 vs. SD April 15 vs. SF May 7 at TOR May 10 vs. NYM May 4 at TB April 4 at SD 2x, August 20 at CIN 3x; Last: July 29 vs. ARI April 24 at COL April 19 at ATL June 16-June 24 2x; Last: June 7 vs. COL July 6 vs. BAL

TEAM PITCHING Most Runs Allowed, Game......................... 12 Most Runs Allowed, Inning.......................... 5 Fewest Hits Allowed, Game ......................... 1 Most Hits Allowed, Game .......................... 18 Most Home Runs Allowed, Game ................ 5 Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning ............... 2 Most Strikeouts, Game ............................... 19 Most Walks Issued, Game .......................... 11

2x; Last: August 3 at COL 9x; Last: 1 st, August 14 vs. PIT May 31 at CHC August 20 at CIN August 3 at COL 9x; Last: 1 st, August 14 vs. PIT May 21 at SD (Wood, 13) August 13 vs. PIT

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched, Starter........................ 9 Most Innings Pitched, Reliever.................. 4.0 Fewest Hits, Complete Game........................ 2 Most Strikeouts, Starter, Game ................... 14 Most Strikeouts, Reliever, Game .................. 4 Most Home Runs Allowed, Game ................ 4 Most Consec. Scoreless IP, Starter .......... 20.0 Most Consec. Scoreless IP, Reliever........ 22.1 Longest Winning Streak ............................... 9 Longest Losing Streak .................................. 3

3x; Last: Kershaw, May 23 vs. CIN Frias, July 7 vs. SD 2x; Last: Kershaw, May 23 vs. CIN Kershaw, May 1 vs. SD 3x; Last: Liberatore, June 18 vs. MIL Stewart, August 3 at COL Kershaw, May 17-May 29 Liberatore, May 20-July 22 Kershaw, May 1-June 20 4x; Last: Kazmir, June 30-current

TEAM BATTING Most Runs, Game ....................................... 18 Most Runs, Game, Both Teams .................. 27 Most Runs, Inning ........................................ 8 Most Hits, Game......................................... 21 Most Hits, Game, Both Teams.................... 35 Fewest Hits, Game........................................ 1 Most Hits, Inning.......................................... 6 Most Doubles, Game .................................... 7 Most Triples, Game ...................................... 1 Most Home Runs, Game............................... 7 Most Home Runs, Game, Both Teams.......... 7 Most Home Runs, Inning.............................. 4 Most Consecutive Games, Home Run ........ 14 Most Consecutive Games, No Homer........... 4 Most Total Bases, Game............................. 42 Most Extra-Base Hits, Game ........................ 9 Most Walks, Game ..................................... 10 Most Strikeouts, Game ............................... 18 Most Stolen Bases, Game ............................. 5 Most Left on Base, Game ........................... 16 Most Double Plays Hit Into, Game ............... 4

August 22 at CIN August 22 at CIN August 16 at PHI August 22 at CIN August 22 at CIN 3x; Last: August 25 vs. SF 3 rd, June 18 vs. MIL April 4 at SD 15x; Last: August 19 at CIN August 22 at CIN 3x; Last: August 22 at CIN August 22 at CIN June 10-June 24 April 8-April 12 August 22 at CIN 2x; July 31 vs. ARI April 24 at COL July 6 vs. BAL June 4 vs. ATL July 6 vs. BAL 2x; Last: June 7 vs. COL

INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At-Bats, Game .................................... .9 Most Hits, Game........................................... 6 Most Doubles, Game .................................... 3 Most Triples, Game ...................................... 1 Most Home Runs, Game............................... 3 Most Total Bases, Game............................. 14 Most Extra-Base Hits, Game ........................ 3 Most Runs Scored, Game ............................. 4 Most RBI, Game........................................... 8 Most Walks, Game ....................................... 3 Most Stolen Bases, Game ............................. 3 Most Consecutive Games, Hit .................... 19 Most Consecutive Games, Home Run .......... 3 Most Consecutive Games, Run..................... 7 Most Consecutive Games, RBI..................... 4

Utley, May 22 at SD Utley, July 6 vs. BAL Seager, July 17 at ARI 15x; Last: Turner, Aug. 20 at CIN 3x; Last: Gonzalez, Aug. 22 at CIN Grandal, July 8 vs. SD 7x; Last: Gonzalez, Aug. 22 at CIN Utley, August 22 at CIN Gonzalez, August 22 at CIN 8x; Last: Gonzalez, Aug. 7 vs. BOS Thompson, June 4 vs. ATL Seager, June 16-July 6 Pederson, July 29-31 Pederson July 23-31 Kendrick, July 8-July 15

DODGERS BY DAY, MONTH, INNING Monday (7-6), Tuesday (15-5), Wednesday (7-13), Thursday (5-8), Friday (9-10), Saturday (13-8), Sunday (13-6) April (12-13), May (16-12), June (16-12), July (15-9), August (11-10), Sept. (0-0) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Total DODGERS 85 50 70 64 76 57 67 56 43 10 574 OPPONENT 69 54 51 56 68 71 55 52 24 8 508

Dodgers Score First ................. 42-19 Lead After 6 Innings.................. 57-7 Lead After 7 Innings.................. 58-2 Lead After 8 Innings.................. 59-2 Tied After 7 Innings..................... 8-9 Scoring 3 or Less ..................... 17-42 Allowing 3 or Less .................. 50-11 More Hits than Opponent ........ 52-15 Equal Hits as Opponent ............... 6-1 One-Run Games ...................... 17-18 Extra Innings ............................... 5-6 vs. American League ................... 8-9 Comeback Wins....................... 36-24 Crowds over 50,000..................... 3-5 First-Half Record..................... 51-40 First Game of Series ................ 18-23 Series (W-L-T) .....................22-13-5 Dodgers Homer ....................... 55-27 Playing Errorless...................... 46-35 After an off day ........................... 7-7

STARTING LINEUPS BY POSITION (Dodgers’ record when he starts) C Grandal (47-35), Ellis (23-19), Barnes (1-2) 1B Gonzalez (67-49), Grandal (0-2), Kendrick (2-3), Van Slyke (2-2) 2B Utley (55-38), Hernandez (1-3), Kendrick (12-9), Barnes (1-1), Taylor (2-3), Culberson (01) 3B Turner (61-47), Hernandez (0-1), Kendrick (6-4), Culberson (1-1), Taylor (1-1), Segedin (2-2) SS Seager (65-51), Culberson (3-3), Hernandez (0-1), Taylor (3-1) LF Kendrick (34-28), Crawford (8-10), Van Slyke (4-5), Thompson (8-5), Hernandez (12-9), Venable (1-0), Segedin (2-0), Toles (1-0) CF Pederson (50-39), Thompson (13-13), Toles (2-1), Van Slyke (1-0), Puig (0-2), Hernandez (4-1) RF Puig (38-29), Thompson (15-7), Hernandez (0-1), Van Slyke (1-7), Venable (1-1), Walters (0-1), Toles (6-1), Reddick (10-6), Segedin (1-2) P Kershaw (14-2), Kazmir (13-11), Maeda (16-9), Wood (3-7), Stripling (6-7), Bolsinger (24), Urias (8-3), Tepesch (0-1), Stewart (0-2), Norris (4-3), McCarthy (4-4), Ryu (0-1), Anderson (0-2), Hill (1-0) DH Hernandez (1-0), Turner (0-1), Kendrick (0-1), Crawford (1-2), Gonzalez (1-0) BY BATTING ORDER (Dodgers’ record when in that spot) 1 Utley (54-39), Hernandez (8-10), Puig (1-0), Kendrick (7-6), Turner (0-1), Pederson (1-0) 2 Seager (56-40), Puig (4-3), Kendrick (4-3), Hernandez (1-1), Turner (4-6), Taylor (0-1), Reddick (1-2) 3 Turner (52-34), Puig (2-2), Gonzalez (9-7), Kendrick (1-2), Seager (5-8), Thompson (2-3) 4 Gonzalez (52-33), Turner (5-7), Kendrick (3-5), Pederson (3-0), Grandal (1-1), Thompson (1-2), Puig (1-0), Van Slyke (1-3), Reddick (5-5) 5 Puig (14-12), Van Slyke (1-3), Kendrick (13-9), Seager (1-1), Grandal (9-9), Thompson (19-7), Pederson (4-5), Gonzalez (7-9), Taylor (1-0), Hernandez (2-0), Segedin (0-1) 6 Crawford (3-1), Pederson (20-16), Thompson (8-9), Grandal (17-15), Hernandez (2-4), Kendrick (9-5), Puig (4-4), Seager (1-0), Van Slyke (2-0), Taylor (0-2), Reddick (4-0) 7 Pederson (14-8), Hernandez (1-1), Van Slyke (3-5), Ellis (6-7), Thompson (4-2), Seager (1-1), Kendrick (13-9), Crawford (0-4), Grandal (11-10), Puig (10-7), Toles (6-1), Segedin (2-1) 8 Ellis (16-12), Barnes (2-3), Culberson (4-4), Pederson (9-10), Thompson (1-2), Seager (01), Crawford (6-4), Hernandez (4-0), Puig (1-3), Grandal (9-2), Kendrick (5-5), Van Slyke (1-3), Venable (2-1), Taylor (5-2), Toles (3-1), Walters (0-1), Segedin (3-2) 9 Kershaw (13-2), Kazmir (13-11), Maeda (16-8), Wood (3-6), Stripling (4-6), Culberson (11), Crawford (0-3), Ellis (1-0), Thompson (1-0), Bolsinger (2-3), Urias (8-3), Tepesch (01), Stewart (0-2), Norris (4-3), McCarthy (4-4), Ryu (0-1), Anderson (0-2), Hill (1-0)

NUMBER OF LINEUPS USED: 95 Date

DODGERS BIG INNINGS (FIVE OR MORE) Opponent Inning Runs

4/4 4/10 4/14 4/24 6/18 7/15 7/24 7/29 8/9 8/16 8/22

@SD @SF ARI @COL MIL @ARI @STL ARI PHI @PHI @CIN

Date

OPPONENTS’ BIG INNINGS (FIVE OR MORE) Opponent Inning Runs

4/7 4/24 4/26 5/18 6/25 6/29 7/29 8/3 8/6 8/14

@SF @COL MIA @LAA @PIT @MIL ARI @COL BOS PIT

Date 4/8 6/12 6/29

Umpire Jeff Kellogg Mike Muchlinski Dan Bellino

7/7

Pat Hoberg

DODGERS DEFENSIVELY CATCHER Carlos Ruiz Austin Barnes Yasmani Grandal

CS 12 0 14

SBA 30 1 63

CS% 40.0% 0% 22.2%

PB 1 0 9

PickOffs 0 0 1

Date 5/10 6/7

Opp. NYM COL

CATCHER ERA: Ruiz – 4.26, Barnes – 6.32, Grandal – 3.93

6/17 6/19

MIL MIL

OUTFIELD ASSISTS: Puig (6), Kendrick (4), Hernandez (4), Thompson (2), Pederson (2), Reddick (1)

6/22

WSH

PITCHER PICKOFFS: Urias (5), Wood (2), Howell (1), Kazmir (1), Hatcher (1), Liberatore (1), McCarthy (1), Anderson(1)

Opponent Scores First.............. 29-37 Trail After 6 Innings ..................7-43 Trail After 7 Innings ..................5-45 Trail After 8 Innings ..................3-48 Tied After 8 Innings.....................9-7 Scoring 4 or More.................... 52-15 Allowing 4 or More ................. 21-44 Less Hits Than Opponent ........ 13-39 Getting 10 or more hits ........... 23-11 Two-Run Games..................... 12-11 Shutouts.................................... 11-6 With Designated Hitter ................3-4 Wins in Last At Bats................ 13-10 Doubleheaders .................................. Second-Half Record................. 20-16 Last Game of the Series .......... 25-15 Series Sweeps (LA-Opp) .............5-2 Dodgers hit 2+ homers.............. 33-8 Pitcher Makes Quality Start .... 45-15 Times batted around in inning ....... 7

6 th 1 st 7 th 9 th 3 rd 4 th 1 st 7 th 1 st 7 th 5 th

th

8 8 th 6 th 5 th 6 th 2 nd 7 th 1 st 8 th 1 st DODGER EJECTIONS Player/Coach Dave Roberts Justin Turner Adrian Gonzalez Dave Roberts

5 5 5 5 6 5 6 5 5 8 6

5 5 5 5 5 5 7 5 5 5

Final Score W, 15-0 L, 9-6 W, 5-2 W, 12-10 W, 10-6 W, 13-7 W, 9-6 W, 9-7 W, 9-4 W, 15-5 W, 18-9 Final Score L, 6-12 W, 12-10 L, 3-6 L, 1-8 L, 1-6 L, 0-7 W, 9-7 L, 2-12 L, 0-9 L, 3-11

Reason Arguing balls and strikes Arguing balls and strikes Arguing balls and strikes Arguing balls and strikes

WALK-OFF VICTORIES Score Play 3-2 Thompson pinch-hit solo homer off Robles 4-3 Thompson pinch-hit solo homer off Estevez 3-2 Turner RBI single off Jeffress 2-1 Grandal drew bases-loaded walk off Thornburg 4-3 Puig scored on single off Kelley and E8

REPLAY CHALLENGE RECORD: 13 (Overturned) – 15 (Stands/Confirmed)

DAY-BY-DAY GM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Date 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/11 8 4/12 9 4/13 10 4/14 11 4/15 12 4/16 13 4/17 4/18 14 4/19 15 4/20 16 4/21 17 4/22 18 4/23 19 4/24 20 4/25 21 4/26 22 4/27 23 4/28 24 4/29 25 4/30 26 5/1 5/2 27 5/3 28 5/4 5/5 29 5/6 30 5/7 31 5/8 32 5/9 33 5/10 34 5/11 35 5/12 36 5/13 37 5/14 38 5/15 39 5/16 40 5/17 41 5/18 42 5/19 43 5/20 44 5/21 45 5/22 46 5/23 47 5/24 48 5/25 5/26 49 5/27 50 5/28 51 5/29 52 5/30 53 5/31 54 6/1 55 6/2 56 6/3 57 6/4 58 6/5 59 6/6 60 6/7 61 6/8 6/9 62 6/10 63 6/11 64 6/12 65 6/13 66 6/14 67 6/15 68 6/16 69 6/17 70 6/18 71 6/19 72 6/20 73 6/21 74 6/22 6/23 75 6/24 76 6/25 77 6/26 78 6/27 79 6/28 80 6/29 81 6/30 82 7/1 83 7/2 84 7/3 85 7/4 86 7/5 87 7/6 88 7/7 89 7/8 90 7/9 91 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 92 7/15 93 7/16 94 7/17 7/18 95 7/19 96 7/20 97 7/21 98 7/22 99 7/23 100 7/24 7/25

Opp. W/L, Score @SD W, 15-0 @SD W, 3-0 @SD W, 7-0 @SF L, 6-12 @SF L, 2-3 (10) @SF W, 3-2 (10) @SF L, 6-9 OFF DAY ARI L, 2-4 ARI W, 3-1 ARI W, 5-2 SF W, 7-3 SF L, 3-4 SF W, 3-1 OFF DAY @ATL L, 1-8 @ATL W, 5-3 (10) @ATL W, 2-1 (10) @COL L, 5-7 @COL W, 4-1 @COL W, 12-10 MIA L, 2-3 MIA L, 3-6 MIA L, 0-2 MIA L, 3-5 SD L, 1-5 SD L, 2-5 SD W, 1-0 OFF DAY @TB W, 10-5 @TB L, 5-8 OFF DAY @TOR L, 2-5 @TOR W, 6-2 @TOR W, 4-2 NYM L, 2-4 NYM W, 3-2 NYM L, 3-4 NYM W, 5-0 STL W, 8-4 STL W, 5-3 STL L, 2-5 LAA L, 6-7 LAA W, 5-1 @LAA L, 1-8 @LAA L, 4-7 @SD L, 6-7 @SD L, 2-3 @SD W, 9-5 (17) CIN W, 1-0 CIN W, 8-2 CIN W, 3-1 OFF DAY

Rec. Home Road 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-1 3-2 3-2 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-3

@NYM L, 5-6 @NYM W, 9-1 @NYM W, 4-2

@CHC L, 0-2 @CHC W, 5-0 @CHC L, 1-2 @CHC L, 2-7 ATL W, 4-2 ATL W, 4-0 ATL W, 12-6 COL L, 1-6 COL W, 4-3 COL L, 0-1 OFF DAY @SF W, 3-2 @SF L, 4-5 @SF L, 1-2 @ARI L, 2-3 @ARI W, 7-4 @ARI W, 3-2 MIL L, 6-8 MIL W, 3-2 (10) MIL W, 10-6 MIL W, 2-1 WSH W, 4-1 WSH W, 3-2 WSH W, 4-3 OFF DAY @PIT L, 6-8 @PIT L, 1-6 @PIT L, 3-4 @PIT W, 5-4 @MILW, 6-5 @MIL L, 0-7 @MILW, 8-1 COL W, 5-0 COL W, 6-1 COL W, 4-1 BAL W, 7-5 BAL L, 1-4 BAL L, 4-6 (14) SD L, 0-6 SD W, 10-6 SD W, 4-3 SD W, 3-1 OFF DAY ALL STAR GAME OFF DAY OFF DAY @ARI W, 13-7 @ARI L, 1-2 @ARI L, 5-6 OFF DAY @WSH W, 8-4 @WSH L, 1-8 @WSH W, 6-3 @STL L, 3-4 (16) @STL W, 7-2 @STL W, 9-6 OFF DAY

4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 7-5 8-5

0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2

4-3 4-3 4-3 4-3 4-3 4-3

8-6 9-6 10-6 10-7 11-7 12-7 12-8 12-9 12-10 12-11 12-12 12-13 13-13

4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 5-8

4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5

14-13 5-8 14-14 5-8

9-5 9-6

14-15 15-15 16-15 16-16 17-16 17-17 18-17 19-17 20-17 20-18 20-19 21-19 21-20 21-21 21-22 21-23 22-23 23-23 24-23 25-23

5-8 5-8 5-8 5-9 6-9 6-10 7-10 8-10 9-10 9-11 9-12 10-12 10-12 10-12 10-12 10-12 10-12 11-12 12-12 13-12

9-7 10-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-8 11-9 11-10 11-11 12-11 12-11 12-11 12-11

25-24 26-24 27-24 27-25 28-25 28-26 28-27 29-27 30-27 31-27 31-28 32-28 32-29

13-12 13-12 13-12 13-12 13-12 13-12 13-12 14-12 15-12 16-12 16-13 17-13 17-14

12-12 13-12 14-12 14-13 15-13 15-14 15-15 15-15 15-15 15-15 15-15 15-15 15-15

33-29 33-30 33-31 33-32 34-32 35-32 35-33 36-33 37-33 38-33 39-33 40-33 41-33

17-14 17-14 17-14 17-14 17-14 17-14 17-15 18-15 19-15 20-15 21-15 22-15 23-15

16-15 16-16 16-17 16-18 17-18 18-18 18-18 18-18 18-18 18-18 18-18 18-18 18-18

41-34 41-35 41-36 42-36 43-36 43-37 44-37 45-37 46-37 47-37 48-37 48-38 48-39 48-40 49-40 50-40 51-40

23-15 23-15 23-15 23-15 23-15 23-15 23-15 24-15 25-15 26-15 27-15 27-16 27-17 27-18 28-18 29-18 30-18

18-19 18-20 18-21 19-21 20-21 20-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22 21-22

52-40 30-18 52-41 30-18 52-42 30-18

22-22 22-23 22-24

53-42 53-43 54-43 54-44 55-44 56-44

23-24 23-25 24-25 24-26 24-27 25-27

30-18 30-18 30-18 30-18 30-18 30-18

Pos. GB T1 T1 1 (+1.0) T1 2 (-1.0) T1 2 (-1.0) 2 (-1.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-1.0) T1 (+0.5) T1 (+1.0) T1 (+0.5) 1 (+0.5) 2 (-1.0) T1 (+0.5) 1 (+1.0) 1 (+1.5) 1 (+0.5) 1 (+1.5) 1 (+2.5) 1 (+1.5) 1 (+1.5) 1 (+0.5) T1 (+0.5) T1 (+0.5) T1 (+0.5) T1 (+1.5) 2 (-0.5) 2 (-0.5) 2 (-0.5) T1 (+0.5) T2 (-1.0) 2 (-1.0) T1 (+1.0) T1 (+1.0) 1 (+1.0) T1 (+1.0) T1 (+1.5) T1 (+1.5) T1 (+1.5) 2 (-1.0) T2 (-1.5) T2 (-1.5) T2 (-2.5) T2 (-2.5) T2 (-3.5) 3 (-4.5) 3 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-3.0) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-3.5) 2 (-4.0) 2 (-3.0) 2 (-4.0) 2 (-4.0) 2 (-3.0) 2 (-4.0) 2 (-5.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-7.0) 2 (-7.0) 2 (-8.0) 2 (-7.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-5.0) 2 (-5.0) 2 (-5.0) 2 (-5.0) 2 (-6.0) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-6.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-5.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.5) 2 (-4.0) 2 (-4.0) 2 (-4.0) 2 (-3.0) 2 (-2.5)

Win/Loss/Save Kershaw/Ross Kazmir/Shields/Jansen Maeda/Cashner Heston/ Wood Casilla/Blanton Hatcher/Kontos/Jansen Cueto/Coleman/Casilla

Att. 44,317 28,329 30,054 41,940 41,742 41,224 41,656

Clippard/Hatcher/Ziegler 53,279 Wood/De La Rosa/Jansen 44,244 Howell/Delgado/Jansen 40,879 Kershaw/Bumgarner 53,449 Cueto/Kazmir/Casilla 53,409 Maeda/Samardzija/Jansen 48,911 Weber/ Wood Blanton/Grilli/Jansen Hatcher/Ogando/Jansen Qualls/Hatcher/McGee Maeda/Chatwood/Jansen Blanton/McGee/Jansen Chen/Stripling/Ramos Koehler/Kershaw/Ramos Nicolino/Kazmir/Urena Fernandez/Maeda/Ramos Buchter/Hatcher Rea/Stripling/Rodney Kershaw/Pomeranz

14,160 16,087 18,431 37,153 42,179 35,962 44,954 41,102 38,909 44,009 49,686 45,740 49,271

Kazmir/Moore/Jansen Ramirez/ Wood/Colome

14,116 13,226

Floyd/Blanton/Storen Kershaw/Dickey Hatcher/Storen/Jansen Matz/Kazmir/Familia Jansen/Robles

42,304 47,156 46,665 42,186 38,858 40,970 41,765 46,716 48,459 51,350 39,583 42,514 44,006 45,007 31,836 40,221 43,100 42,519 42,278 44,855

Syndergaard/Maeda/Familia

Kershaw/Colon Stripling/Wacha/Jansen Kazmir/Martinez/Jansen Leake/Howell/Rosenthal Shoemaker/Maeda/Salas Kershaw/Weaver Tropeano/Bolsinger Alvarez/ Stripling/Smith Quackenbush/Jansen Hand/Tsao Stripling/Perdomo Kershaw/Finnegan Bolsinger/Wright Kazmir/Straily/Jansen Familia/Baez Maeda/Verrett

43,462 42,227 Liberatore/Familia/Jansen 42,287 Wood, T./Wood, A/Rondon 41,470 Blanton/Richard 34,681 Lester/ Bolsinger 36,426 Kendricks/Urias 37,422 Maeda/Teheran/Jansen 46,366 Kershaw/Norris/Jansen 47,126 Kazmir/Wisler 47,950 Chatwood/Bolsinger 38,964 Jansen/Estevez 40,525 Rusin/Maeda/McGee 41,324 Kershaw/Casilla/Jansen Stratton/Jansen Peavy/ Urias/Casilla Greinke/Bolsinger/Ziegler Maeda/Bradley/Jansen Kershaw/Corbin/Jansen Smith/ Kazmir/Jeffress Baez/Jeffress Hatcher/Anderson Jansen/Thornburg Kershaw/Petit/Jansen Coleman/Roark/Jansen Hatcher/Kelley

41,208 41,358 41,583 21,374 23,458 27,729 44,183 44,998 44,112 45,931 44,712 42,307 43,776

Feliz/Tepesch/Melancon Locke/ Maeda Kuhl/Kershaw/Melancon Kazmir/Liriano/Jansen Urias/Anderson/Jansen Guerra/Stewart Maeda/Davies Norris/De La Rosa Kazmir/Bettis McCarthy/Gray/Jansen

28,226 33,590 32,228 26,925 33,819 26,566 33,029 43,644 46,608 41,836 Blanton/Despaigne/Jansen 47,378 Tillman/Maeda/Britton 45,373 Givens/Hatcher/Britton 40,899 Ryu/Pomeranz 44,759 Baez/Cashner 43,588 McCarthy/Perdomo/Jansen 48,411

Maeda/Friedrich/Jansen 42,801

Norris/Corbin Delgado/Fien Ray/Maeda/Barrett Kazmir/Lopez Gonzalez/Norris

30,639 38,399 29,459

38,747 34,050 Liberatore/Strasburg/Jansen 38,585 Maness/Norr is 41,915 Maeda/Leake 45,477 Kazmir/Mayers/Jansen 41,423

GM Date Opp. W/L, Score 101 7/26 TB W, 3-2 102 7/27 TB L, 1-3 7/28 OFF DAY 103 7/29 ARI W, 9-7 104 7/30 ARI L, 2-4 105 7/31 ARI W, 14-3 8/1 OFF DAY 106 8/2 @COL L, 3-7 107 8/3 @COL L, 2-12 108 8/4 @COL W, 4-2 109 8/5 BOS L, 0-9 110 8/6 BOS W, 3-0 111 8/7 BOS W, 8-5 112 8/8 PHI W, 9-4 113 8/9 PHI W, 9-3 114 8/10 PHI L, 2-6 8/11 OFF DAY 115 8/12 PIT L, 1-5 116 8/13 PIT W, 8-4 117 8/14 PIT L, 3-11 8/15 OFF DAY 118 8/16 @PHI W, 15-5 119 8/17 @PHI W, 7-2 120 8/18 @PHI L, 4-5 121 8/19 @CIN L, 2-9 122 8/20 @CIN L, 11-1 123 8/21 @CIN W, 4-0 124 8/22 @CIN W, 18-9 125 8/23 SF W, 9-5 126 8/24 SF W, 1-0 127 8/25 SF L, 0-4 128 8/26 CHC 129 8/27 CHC 130 8/28 CHC 131 8/29 @COL 132 8/30 @COL 133 8/31 @COL 9/1 OFF DAY 134 9/2 SD 135 9/3 SD 136 9/4 SD 137 9/5 ARI 138 9/6 ARI 139 9/7 ARI 9/8 OFF DAY 140 9/9 @MIA 141 9/10 @MIA 142 9/11 @MIA 143 9/12 @NYY 144 9/13 @NYY 145 9/14 @NYY 146 9/15 @ARI 147 9/16 @ARI 148 9/17 @ARI 149 9/18 @ARI 150 9/19 SF 151 9/20 SF 152 9/21 SF 153 9/22 COL 154 9/23 COL 155 9/24 COL 156 9/25 COL 9/26 OFF DAY 157 9/27 @SD 158 9/28 @SD 159 9/29 @SD 160 9/30 @SF 161 10/1 @SF 162 10/2 @SF

Rec. 57-44 57-45

Home Road 31-18 25-27 31-19 25-27

58-45 58-46 59-46

32-19 32-20 33-20

25-27 25-27 25-27

59-47 59-48 60-48 60-49 61-49 62-49 63-49 64-49 64-50

33-20 33-20 33-20 33-21 34-21 35-21 36-21 37-21 38-22

25-28 25-29 26-29 26-29 26-29 26-29 26-29 26-29 26-29

64-51 65-51 65-52

38-23 39-23 38-24

26-29 26-29 26-29

66-52 67-52 67-53 67-54 67-55 68-55 69-55 70-55 71-55 71-56

38-24 38-24 38-24 38-24 38-24 38-24 38-24 39-24 40-24 40-25

27-29 28-29 28-30 28-31 28-32 29-32 30-32 30-32 30-32 30-32

Pos. GB 2 (-2.5) 2 (-2.5) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-1.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-2.0) 2 (-1.0) 2 (-1.0) T-1 (+9.0) 2 (-1.0)

Win/Loss/Save Att. Norris/Archer/Jansen 46, 960 Moore/McCarthy/Colme 43,576

2 (-1.0) 2 (-1.0) 2 (-1.0) 2 (-1.0) 1 (+0.5) 1 (+1.5) 1 (+0.5) 2 (-0.5) 2 (-0.5) 1 (+0.5) 1 (+1.0) 1 (+2.0) 1 (+3.0) 1 (+2.0)

Nova/ Stripling/Watson 47,438 Urias/Cole/Jansen 40,563 Kuhl/Anderson 43,468

Baez/Curtis/Jansen

50,966

Shipley/Kazmir/Barrett 49,540

Coleman/Corbin

42,380

Gray/McCarthy Anderson/Stewart

32,607 28,682 Maeda/Chatwood/Jansen 31,117 Wright/ Kazmir 52,728 Stripling/Rodriguez/Save 47,696 Chavez/Price/Jansen 50,640 Urias/Eflin 48,370 Maeda/Velasquez 42,859 Araujo/ Kazmir 41,098

Maeda/Velasquez Kazmir/Thompson Mariot/Dayton/Gomez Adleman/Norris Finnegan/Anderson Urias/DeSclafani Chavez/Bailey

28,118 21,137 29,187 28,184 29,735 28,752 15,690 Maeda/Bumgarner/Jansen 46,899 Hill/Cueto/Jansen 43,957 Moore/Stripling 53.297

DAYS IN… 1st Place (or tied): 38 2nd Place (or tied): 93 3rd Place (or tied): 2 4th Place (or tied): 0 5th Place: 0 MINOR LEAGUE REPORT

TRIPLE-A OKLAHOMA CITY: 72-59, 1st Place (+6.5) Today: vs. Colorado Springs Yesterday: L, 0-5 vs. Colorado Springs WP: Burgos (9-9) LP: Bawcom (5-5) OKC HR: None Player of the Game: Coleman, ND, 1.0 IP, H, 3 SO DOUBLE-A TULSA: 27-321, 4th Place (-3.0) Today: vs. Arkansas Yesterday: L, 2-7 vs. Arkansas WP: Blackford (8-7) LP: Anderson (0-2) TUL HR: Bellinger (19) Player of the Game: Bellinger, 1-for-4, R, HR, 2 RBI SINGLE-A RANCHO CUCAMONGA: 33-27, 3rd Place (-4.0) Today: at Inland Empire Yesterday: W, 12-5 vs. Lake Elsinore WP: Shibuya (3-0) LP: Ross (0-1) RC HR: Ahmed (18), Mieses (28), Beaty (11) Player of the Game: Beaty, 1-for-2, 3 R, HR, RBI, 3 BB SINGLE-A GREAT LAKES: 29-30, 3rd Place (-10.5) Today: at South Bend Yesterday: W, 2-0 vs. Fort Wayne WP: Kremer (2-0) LP: Dorminy (4-5) GL HR: None Player of the Game: Gonzalez, ND, 4.2 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 9 SO SINGLE-A OGDEN: 13-11, 2nd Place (-1.5) Today: vs. Grand Junction Yesterday: W, 3-12 vs. Grand Junction WP: Requena (2-5) LP: Kimborowicz (2-1) Ogden HR: Montgomery (5) Player of the Game: Montgomery, 3-for-4, 2 R, 2B, HR, RBI AZL DODGERS: 13-11, 2nd Place (-4.0) Today: vs. AZL Brewers Yesterday: L, 0-3 at AZL Brewers WP: Diaz (1-2) LP: Osuna (0-1) AZL HR: None Player of the Game: Souffront, 2-for-3, BB DSL DODGERS 1: 42-27, 2nd Place (-5.0) Today: vs. DSL D-backs2 Yesterday: Postponed (Rain) WP: --LP: --Santo Domingo HR: --Player of the Game: --DSL DODGERS 2: 32-35, 5th Place (-17.0) Today: at DSL Astros Blue Yesterday: Postponed (Rain) WP: --LP: --Santo Domingo HR: --Player of the Game: ----

TRANSACTIONS April 3

April 3

April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 14 April 15 April 21 April 23 April 25 April 26 May 2 May 7 May 12 May 18 May 19 May 23 May 26 May 27 May 28 May 31 June 3 June 4 June 5 June 8 June 12 June 13 June 14 June 19 June 21 June 22 June 24 June 25 June 28 June 29 June 30 July 1

July 3 July 5 July 7 July 8 July 16 July 19 July 20 July 21 July 22 July 23 July 31 Aug. 1

Aug. 2 Aug. 3

Aug. 4 Aug. 6 Aug. 7 Aug. 8 Aug. 9 Aug. 12 Aug. 14 Aug. 16 Aug. 19 Aug. 21 Aug. 23 Aug. 24 Aug. 25

Selected the contract of infielder Charlie Culberson; recalled RHP Ross Stripling; optioned LHP Luis Avilan to Triple-A Oklahoma City; reassigned IF Rob Segedin; placed LHP Brett Anderson (60-day, herniated disc surgery), RHP Mike Bolsinger (15-day, left oblique strain, retroactive to March 25), OF Andre Ethier (15-day, broken right tibia, retroactive to March 25), IF/OF Alex Guerrero (15-day, left knee contusion, retroactive to March 25), C Yasmani Grandal (15-day, right forearm soreness, retroactive to March 25), IF Howie Kendrick (15-day, strained left calf, retroactive to March 25), RHP Josh Ravin (15-day, left radius fracture, retroactive to March 25) and LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (15-day, left shoulder surgery, retroactive to March 25) on the DL. Announced Opening Day Roster: Pitchers (12): Pedro Baez, Joe Blanton, Louis Coleman, Yimi Garcia, Chris Hatcher, J.P. Howell (L), Kenley Jansen, Scott Kazmir (L), Clayton Kershaw (L), Kenta Maeda, Ross Stripling, Alex Wood (L), Catchers (2): Austin Barnes, A.J. Ellis Infielders (5): Charlie Culberson, Adrian Gonzalez (L), Corey Seager (L), Justin Turner, Chase Utley (L) Outfielders (4): Carl Crawford (L), Joc Pederson (L), Yasiel Puig, Scott Van Slyke, Trayce Thompson Infielder/Outfielder (2): Kiké Hernandez, Scott Van Slyke. Placed OF Carl Crawford on the 15-day disabled list (lower back tightness); recalled INF Micah Johnson from Triple-A Oklahoma City Acquired minor league OF James Ramsey and INF Zach Walters from the Cleveland Indians in exchange for cash considerations; to make room on the 40-man roster, the Dodgers moved RHP Josh Ravin and OF Andre Ethier to the 60-day disabled list Optioned INF Micah Johnson to Triple-A Oklahoma City Reinstated C Yasmani Grandal and INF Howie Kendrick from the 15-day DL; placed INF/OF Scott Van Slyke on the 15-day disabled list (low back irritation, retroactive to April 10). Recalled LHP Adam Liberatore from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed RHP Chris Hatcher on the paternity list Reinstated RHP Chris Hatcher from the paternity list; Optioned INF/C Austin Barnes to Triple-A Oklahoma City Recalled LHP Luis Avilan from Triple-A OKC; placed right-handed pitcher Louis Coleman on the Bereavement List Placed RHP Yimi Garcia on the 15-day disabled list (right biceps soreness); recalled RHP Zach Lee from Triple-A Oklahoma City Reinstated RHP Louis Coleman from the Bereavement List; optioned LHP Luis Avilan to Triple-A Oklahoma City Reinstated OF Carl Crawford from the 15-day disabled list; optioned RHP Zach Lee to Triple-A Oklahoma City Placed RHP Josh Ravin on the restricted list Claimed RHP Casey Fien from the Minnesota Twins; placed LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu on the 60-day disabled list (shoulder surgery) Outrighted RHP Casey Fien to Triple-A Oklahoma City, removing him from the 40-man roster Reinstated RHP Mike Bolsinger from the 15-day disabled list; optioned INF Charlie Culberson to Triple-A Oklahoma City Selected the contract of RHP Chin-hui Tsao from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned RHP Mike Bolsinger to Triple-A Oklahoma City Recalled RHP Mike Bolsinger and LHP Luis Avilan from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned RHP Ross Stripling to Triple-A OKC; placed RHP Chin-hui Tsao on the 15-day disabled list with a right triceps strain (retroactive to May 22) Optioned LHP Luis Avilan to Triple-A Oklahoma City Selected the contract of LHP Julio Uriás from Triple-A Oklahoma City; to create room on the 40-man roster, transferred RHP Yimi Garcia (right biceps soreness) to the 60-day disabled list Selected the contract of RHP Casey Fien from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned LHP Julio Urias to Triple-A OKC; designated OF James Ramsey for assignment Designated INF/OF Alex Guerrero assignment; placed LHP Alex Wood on the 15-day disabled list (left posterior elbow impingement); recalled LHP Julio Urias from Triple-A OKC Reinstated INF/OF Scott Van Slyke from 15-day disabled list; placed OF Yasiel Puig on 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring Outrighted OF James Ramsey to Triple-A Oklahoma City Recalled C/INF Austin Barnes from Triple-A Oklahoma City; designated OF Carl Crawford for assignment Released INF/OF Alex Guerrero from the roster Reinstated RHP Frankie Montas (rib resection surgery) from the 60-day disabled list and optioned him to Triple-A Oklahoma City Released OF Carl Crawford from the roster Signed OF Will Venable to a one-year contract; optioned C/INF Austin Barnes to Triple-A Oklahoma City Recalled RHP Carlos Frias from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned RHP Mike Bolsinger to Triple-A OKC; acquired INF Chris Taylor from Seattle in exchange for RHP Zach Lee Reinstated OF Yasiel Puig from the 15-day disabled list; optioned RHP Carlos Frias to Triple-A Oklahoma City Claimed RHP Layne Somsen from the New York Yankees; transferred RHP Chin-hui Tsao (right triceps strain) to the 60-day disabled list Selected the contract of RHP Nick Tepesch from Triple-A Oklahoma City; designated OF Will Venable for assignment Recalled INF Chris Taylor from Triple-A Oklahoma City; designated RHP Nick Tepesch for assignment Claimed INF Cole Figueroa from the Pittsburgh Pirates and optioned him to Triple-A Oklahoma City Selected the contract of RHP Brock Stewart from Triple-A Oklahoma City, placed INF/OF Kiké Hernández on the disabled list with left ribcage inflammation (retroactive to June 28) and transferred LHP Alex Wood (left posterior elbow soreness) to the 60-day DL Acquired RHP Bud Norris, minor league OF Dian Toscano, PTBNL (RHP Alec Grosser) and cash consideration from the Atlanta Braves in exchange of minor league LHP Philip Pfeifer and RHP Caleb Dirks…designated LHP Ian Thomas for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster Placed LHP Clayton Kershaw on the 15-day disabled list with mild disc herniation (retroactive to June 27); placed OF Joc Pederson on 15-day disabled list with a sprained right AC joint (retroactive to June 29); activated RHP Bud Norris; selected the contract of OF Will Venable from Triple-A Oklahoma City; designated RHP Layne Somsen for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster Reinstated RHP Brandon McCarthy from the 60-day disabled list; optioned RHP Brock Stewart to Triple-A Oklahoma City; outrighted RHP Yaisel Sierra and RHP Layne Somsen to create room on the 40-man roster; released LHP Ian Thomas from the roster Optioned LHP Julio Uriás to Triple-A Oklahoma City; recalled LHP Luis Avilan from Triple-A OKC Reinstated LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu from the 60-day disabled list and recalled RHP Carlos Frias from Triple-A Oklahoma City; designated OF Will Venable for assignment and sent LHP Luis Avilan to Triple-A OKC Selected the contract of OF Andrew Toles from Triple-A Oklahoma City and optioned RHP Carlos Frias to Triple-A OKC; designated Cole Figueroa for assignment to create room on the 40-man roster Placed OF Trayce Thompson on the 15-day disabled list with lower back tightness; recalled INF/OF Zach Walters from Triple-A Oklahoma City Reinstated OF Joc Pederson from the 15-day disabled list and recalled LHP Luis Avilan from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed RHP Casey Fien (retroactive to July 17) and Hyun-Jin Ryu (retroactive to July 9) on the 15-day disabled list with elbow tendonitis Recalled INF Charlie Culberson from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed RHP Chris Hatcher on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique Recalled LHP Julio Urías from Triple-A Oklahoma City and selected the contract of LHP Grant Dayton from OKC; optioned OF Zach Walters and INF Charlie Culberson to Triple-A OKC to create room on the roster; transferred RHP Chris Hatcher (left oblique strain) to the 60-day disabled list Recalled INF/C Austin Barnes from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned LHP Julio Urías to Triple-A OKC Recalled RHP Ross Stripling from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned LHP Grant Dayton to Triple-A OKC Reinstated INF/OF Kiké Hernandez from the 15-day disabled list; optioned INF/C Austin Barnes to Triple-A Oklahoma City Acquired OF Josh Reddick and LHP Rich Hill from the Athletics in exchange for minor league RHPs Jharel Cotton, Grant Holmes and Frankie Montas; acquired RHP Jesse Chavez and cash considerations from the Blue Jays in exchange for RHP Mike Bolsinger; acquired RHP Josh Fields from the Astros in exchange for minor league INF Yordan Alvarez; to create room on the 40-man roster, the Dodgers transferred LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (left elbow tendinitis) to the 60-day disabled list Activated OF Josh Reddick and RHP Jesse Chavez; placed LHP Rich Hill on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 18 (left middle finger blister); to create room on the active roster, sent RHP Josh Fields, RHP Ross Stripling and OF Yasiel Puig to the minors Recalled RHP Brock Stewart, LHP Julio Urías and RHP Josh Fields from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed RHP Louis Coleman (right shoulder fatigue) and LHP Adam Liberatore (left elbow inflammation, retroactive to July 30) on the 15-day disabled list; optioned OF Andrew Toles to Triple-A OKC; reinstated RHP Josh Ravin from the restricted list and optioned to Triple-A OKC; transferred LHP Clayton Kershaw (mildly herniated disc) to the 60-day disabled list (retroactive to June 27) Recalled LHP Grant Dayton from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned RHP Brock Stewart to Triple-A OKC Recalled RHP Ross Stripling from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed RHP Bud Norris on the 15-day disabled list with a mild mid-back strain (retroactive to Aug. 1) Selected the contract of INF/OF Rob Segedin from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned INF Chris Taylor to Triple-A OKC; to create room on the 40-man roster, transferred OF Trayce Thompson to the 60-day disabled list (retroactive to July 10) Recalled RHP Josh Ravin from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed RHP Joe Blanton on the Bereavement List Recalled INF Chris Taylor from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed OF/INF Scott Van Slyke on the 15-day disabled list with right wrist irritation (retroactive to Aug. 8) Reinstated RHP Joe Blanton from the Bereavement List; optioned LHP Luis Avilan to Triple-A Oklahoma City Reinstated LHP Brett Anderson from the 60-day disabled list and recalled RHP Brock Stewart from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed RHP Brandon McCarthy (right hip stiffness) and RHP Josh Ravin (right triceps soreness) on the 15-day disabled list and designated OF Zach Walters for assignment Reinstated RHP Casey Fien from the 15-day disabled list (right elbow tendonitis); optioned RHP Brock Stewart to Triple-A Oklahoma City; released INF/OF Zach Walters from the roster Reinstated RHP Bud Norris and LHP Adam Liberatore from the 15-day disabled list; optioned RHP Casey Fien and RHP Ross Stripling to Triple-A Oklahoma City Recalled OF Andrew Toles from Triple-A Oklahoma City; optioned INF Chris Taylor to Triple-A OKC Recalled LHP Luis Avilan, INF Charlie Culberson and RHP Ross Stripling from Triple-A Oklahoma City; placed LHP Brett Anderson (blister, left index finger – retroactive to Aug. 21) and LHP Scott Kazmir (neck inflammation) on the 15-day disabled list; optioned RHP Josh Fields to Triple-A OKC Reinstated LHP Rich Hill from the 15-day disabled list (left middle finger blister); placed INF/OF Rob Segedin on the paternity list Acquired C Carlos Ruiz and cash considerations from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for C A.J. Ellis, minor league pitcher Tommy Bergjans and a player to be named later or cash considerations; selected the contract of C Shawn Zarraga from Triple-A Oklahoma City and reinstated INF/OF Rob Segedin from the paternity list; optioned LHP Luis Avilan to Triple-A OKC; transferred OF/INF Scott Van Slyke to the 60-day disabled list (right wrist irritation, original DL date: Aug. 8)

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