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Dodgers Nation Week In Review: July 20 – July 26

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In the first full week after the All-Star break, the Los Angeles Dodgers played six games and came up with four wins. The team finished their series against the St. Louis Cardinals with a win before dropping two out of three to the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Following an off-day on Thursday, the San Francisco Giants were next on the schedule for a critical NL West showdown. The Dodgers began the series by taking the first two games.

With the Dodgers in the midst of a tight division and playoff race, the team is trying to figure out how to manage its lineup for sustained success as Don Mattingly continued to shuffle the outfield around by having Yasiel Puig play center field.

All the while, trade rumors continue to be a major story with non-wavier deadline just four days away.

Here are the biggest stories of the week:

Vin Scully Tells All On ESPN’s In Focus With Hannah Storm

Dodgers Rumors: Team Has Called On Red Sox’s Jon Lester

Dodgers Rumors: Kemp Being Shopped, Agent Calls Change ‘Good’

Yasiel Puig Aware Of Center Field Perils

Puig And Mattingly In Sync Over Center Field

Mattingly To Skip Dan Haren’s Next Start

ESPN’s Jayson Stark Has Dodgers As Favorite For Price

Greinke Has Modest View Of Rivalry With Giants

McGwire Not Interested In Speaking To Canseco

Mattingly Discusses Possible Benefit Of Making A Trade

Mattingly Calls Joc Pederson Best CF In Organization

Gonzalez Discussed Emotion Of Seeing Ramirez Get Hit

Clayton Kershaw Critical Of Cardinals Pitch Selection

Yasiel Puig Confident He And Team Will Have Resurgence

Mattingly Expects Ramirez’s Shoulder To Remain An Issue

Ned Colletti Doesn’t Rule Out Trading For David Price

Beckett’s Hip Injury May Linger For Remainder Of Season
Dodgers May Get Bullpen Help From Boston Red Sox?

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