The Dodgers have been a far below-average baseball team for weeks.
Miguel Rojas has taken hold of Miami's leadoff spot and is providing sneaky fantasy value. Scott Pianowski examines the roto landscape.
Clayton Kershaw went six innings and struck out 11 in a reasonably comfortable win for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and he was thoroughly disappointed in himself. “Wasn't great today,” the Dodgers' longtime ace said. After fumbling and stumbling through the past 3 1/2 weeks, the Dodgers are emerging from their lengthy spring swoon and looking like defending champions again — raising both their play and their standards back to their usual heights.