Los Angeles Times

Dodgers hang on, top Dbacks as Ryu joins ranks of the wounded

PHOENIX - The voice of Hyun-Jin Ryu sounded faint as he detailed the latest malady to befall the 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers.

"It doesn't feel good," Ryu said through his interpreter, Bryan Lee, after a 2-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. He had injured his groin in the past. The last time, in 2016, he missed a month. Now he was awaiting a scan on the strained muscles in his left groin. "This seems to be worse than

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times1 min read
Push For Kawhi Leonard To Sign With Clippers Moves To Billboards
LOS ANGELES - With NBA free agency opening just around the corner on June 30, a pair of digital billboards wooing NBA Finals most valuable player Kawhi Leonard went live over the weekend in Southern California. The billboards are located along northb
Los Angeles Times3 min read
Clippers' Lou Williams Could Have A Record-setting Night At NBA Awards
LOS ANGELES - Zero-degree temperatures and Friday rush-hour traffic kept the last bus carrying Los Angeles Clippers players and coaches from arriving at Chicago's United Center until less than 35 minutes remained before tip-off on Jan. 25. Any player
Los Angeles Times5 min readPolitics
China Presses Trump To Compromise On Trade War Demands Ahead Of Key Meeting
BEIJING - Chinese officials on Monday demanded compromise from the Trump administration, with hopes for an end to a bruising trade war resting on a key meeting this week with China's Xi Jinping. China's vice minister of commerce, Wang Shouwen, told j