Week In Review: July 28 – August 3

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The Los Angeles Dodgers spent the last week going 4-2 against the Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cubs. After sweeping the San Francisco Giants, the Dodgers welcomed the Braves to Dodger Stadium and took all three games of the series and extended their win streak to six. However, when the Cubs came to town, the Dodgers dropped the first game to end it. The two teams split the next two as the Dodgers lost the series.

Off the field, most of the headlines dealt with Thursday’s non-waiver trade deadline and talks between SportsNet LA and DirecTV. Despite needing to bolster their rotation and bullpen, the team decided not to make a move at the deadline. Meanwhile, SportsNet LA agreed to arbitration with DirecTV, but the satellite company expressed desire for mediation instead.

Here is more information as well the rest of the week’s other big stories:

Ramirez Sensed Opportunity To Deliver Win

Mattingly Emphasizes Team, Not Individuals

Don Mattingly Compares Winning Streaks

Paco Rodriguez Recalled From Triple-A

Ned Colletti Was Leery Of Making A Trade

MRI Reveals Paul Maholm Has Torn ACL

Greinke Agrees With Not Trading Prospects

ESPN’s Buster Olney Calls Crawford Most ‘Logical’ To Shop

Seager Has Kind Gesture After Promotion

Colletti Explains Lack Of Trade Activity

DirecTV CEO Open To ‘Mediation’ For SportsNet LA Deal

Darwin Barney Likely To Fill Utility Role

Teammates Excited Over Kemp’s Resurgence

Dodgers Stay Quiet, Could Make Move Next Month

Matt Kemp Says He’s Comfortable In Right Field

FCC Gets Involved In SportsNet LA Dispute

Mattingly Has Plan For Crowded Outfield

Vin Scully To Return in 2015 For 66th Season

Dodgers, MLB Respond To Proposal For Binding Arbitration

Lawmakers Ask FCC To Aid In SportsNet LA Dispute

Guerrero May Evolve Into Utility Player

Team Trades For Darwin Barney Of Cubs

Dodgers History: MLB Facts About Clayton Kershaw’s No-Hitter

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