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Dodgers Notes: Clayton Kershaw’s Recovery, Yoshinobu Yamamoto’s Adjustment, Hernandezes Make History

The Dodgers couldn’t finish off a Bronx sweep Sunday, but they made the Yankees sweat out a 6-4 victory until the final at-bat, in which Mookie Betts struck out with two runners on base.

While the Dodgers enjoy an off-day Monday, catch up all the headlines you might have missed:

Yamamoto Adjusts Mechanics, Adds Velocity

Yoshinobu Yamamoto saved his best performance of the season — and his MLB career — for Friday’s game against the New York Yankees. Dive into the mechanical adjustments behind his surge surge in fastball velocity.

Former Dodger Calls LA Fans ‘Best In Baseball’

Hanser Alberto, a former Dodgers infielder, has praised the unwavering support of the Dodgers’ fan base, dubbing them the best in baseball. His acknowledgment reflects the incredible enthusiasm and loyalty displayed by the fans, especially evident during the team’s recent games in New York.

Former Dodgers Reliever Re-Signs in NL Central

Elieser Hernández, a former Dodgers reliever, has found a new home with the Milwaukee Brewers. This move follows his release from the Dodgers, marking a new chapter in his career as he possibly steps into a starting role due to injuries in the Brewers’ rotation.

Clayon Kershaw’s Encouraging Recovery

Clayton Kershaw is making promising strides in his recovery, feeling great after a simulated game Friday in Rancho Cucamonga. The Dodgers are optimistic about his return, which could provide a significant boost to their pitching lineup mid-season as fans eagerly anticipate his return.

Dodgers Make MLB History Against Yankees

In a record-setting game, two Dodgers players named Hernández homered in the same game, a first in MLB history.

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JP Hoornstra

J.P. Hoornstra writes and edits Major League Baseball content for and is the author of 'The 50 Greatest Dodger Games Of All Time.' He once recorded a keyboard solo on the same album as two of the original Doors. Follow at

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