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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Happy to finally be on base again, the Dodgers' Trayce Thompson steals his fifth base of the year, dislodges the ball at 2B and advances to 3B while Adrian Gonzalez scores. Dodgers 1-0, T2.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Trayce Thompson ended an 0-for-19 slide with the single to RF.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers rookie Julio Urias appeared to pick off the Brewers' Jonathan Villar at first base, but replay overturned it. So Urias went right back to first base with the pickoff throw after the replay and this one counted. Four pickoffs already this year for the 19-year-old.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Somebody dialed up San Diego weather for Milwaukee tonight. Dave Roberts, was that you? 71 degrees at first pitch.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Kershaw will officially fly back to L.A on Wednesday morning.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

If Clayton Kershaw is unable to pitch Friday because of back tightness, the likely candidate to replace him is Carlos Frias.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

So Clayton Kershaw is flying back to L.A. to have his back examined. Dave Roberts says the club is hopeful Kershaw will still make his next start. Dodgers fans are not panicking. They are calm and mindful of the fact that they have played so well in non-Kershaw games. Oh, wait ... no? They are panicking?

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is flying back to L.A. to get his sore lower back checked. Manager Dave Roberts says the team remains hopeful that Kershaw can still make his start Friday.

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Rookie Report: Top 10 rookies this season

Corey Seager and Nomar Mazara have been two of baseball's top rookies. Where do they rank halfway through the 2016 season?

Two to rep Dodgers at Futures Game

Second baseman Willie Calhoun will play for the United States team while RHP Jharel Cotton cracks the World roster at this summer's All-Star Futures Game in San Diego. The duo ranked 13th and 16th, respectively, among Keith Law's top Dodgers prospects this offseason.

Smith to rep Angels at Futures Game

Left-hander Nate Smith will play for the United States team at this summer's All-Star Futures Game in San Diego. The 24-year-old ranked fourth among Keith Law's top Angels prospects this offseason.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

After Monday's victory, the Dodgers have recorded 23 of their 42 victories (54.8 percent) via the comeback. Only two other NL teams have a higher percentage of wins by comeback: the Reds (58.6) and the Brewers (55.9), who the Dodgers will face for three games starting Tuesday night. Source: STATS, LLC.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers claimed INF Cole Figueroa from the Pirates and optioned him to Triple-A OKC. The 28-year old has 48 games of major league experience over the past three seasons with the Rays, Yankees and Pirates. The 40-man roster is full.

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How good is Todd Gurley?

We've only seen one year of him, but it's not crazy to think Gurley might be the NFC West's best skill-position player, quarterbacks excluded. Dan Graziano breaks it down.

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Don't feel sorry for Nick Foles

Yes, the Rams touted Case Keenum ahead of Foles and then traded up to draft Jared Goff with the top overall pick. But Foles still collected a comfy $6 million bonus this offseason. Player-friendly contracts (Insider)

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Mike Trout did WHAT?!

You know, we don't get enough of Trout these days, David Schoenfield writes. Probably because the Angels are losing. But check out his home run, the location of Collin McHugh's pitch and the angle of his bat. Five things we learned Monday

Dodgers comeback on Monday a rarity

The Dodgers trailed the Pirates at the end of the first inning on Monday, 4-0, but came back to win, 5-4. Los Angeles had not won a game in which it trailed by at least four runs at the end of this first inning since Aug. 11, 1999 at Montreal, the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

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KD, Clips don't appear to be good fit

Kevin Pelton writes that a signing of Kevin Durant would likely mean the departure of Blake Griffin. Pelton sees a difficult road for the Clippers to then enjoy long-term success. Best pitches for Durant (Insider)