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Reds 3, Dodgers 1: Dominated by Luis Castillo and old friend Kyle Farmer

—— Walker Buehler started well, not allowing a RISP over his first four innings, but things quickly went downhill in the 5th. Facing probably the two worst hitters in the Reds lineup, Buehler allowed a lead-off double to old friend Kyle Farmer and a single to Tucker Barnhart to put the Reds up 1-0. The 6th saw further trouble as back-to-back singles were cashed in by another double from Farmer that drove in both runners and increased the lead to 3-0.

Jaime Jarrín Wants Dodgers To Retire Fernando Valenzuela’s No. 34

Hispanic Heritage Month festivities kicked off at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday with the Los Angeles Dodgers holding Fernando Valenzuela bobblehead night and a special pregame ceremony. The left-hander spent parts of 11 seasons with the club and is considered to be one of the most influential players in franchise history.

Dodgers inch a little closer to Giants

LOS ANGELES (News4usonline) – The Los Angeles Dodgers still have an opportunity to catch the San Francisco Giants and win out the National League West pennant. With a nine-game road trip, beginning with the Cincinnati Reds on the way and one more homestand slated for six more games, the Dodgers could possibly sneak past the Giants for that first place mantle.

Kershaw strikes out 5 in return, Dodgers beat D-backs 5-1

With three weeks to go in the regular season and the Los Angeles Dodgers locked in a tight pennant race, Clayton Kershaw is back just in time. Kershaw struck out five in his first start since July 3 and the Dodgers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-1 on Monday night for their seventh straight home victory.