J. P. Hoornstra, Pasadena Star News

J. P. Hoornstra

Pasadena Star News

California, United States

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Recent articles by J.:

Mistakes fall Dodgers’ way in victory over Diamondbacks

Tony Gonsolin holds Arizona to two runs through a season-high six innings, and Chris Taylor homers in a 5-4 victory. → Read More

Mistakes fall Dodgers’ way in victory over Diamondbacks

Tony Gonsolin holds Arizona to two runs through a season-high six innings, and Chris Taylor homers in a 5-4 victory. → Read More

Mistakes fall Dodgers’ way in victory over Diamondbacks

Tony Gonsolin holds Arizona to two runs through a season-high six innings, and Chris Taylor homers in a 5-4 victory. → Read More

Caleb Ferguson makes long-awaited return to Dodgers’ bullpen – San Bernardino Sun

The left-hander is activated from the injured list, marking the end of his recovery from Tommy John surgery. → Read More

Dodgers suffer fourth straight loss, Phillies’ Bryce Harper homers again – Press Enterprise

Julio Urías became the latest pitcher to have no answer for Bryce Harper and the Phillies as the Dodgers have lost four straight games for the first time since June of last year. → Read More

Dodgers’ Blake Treinen hasn’t resumed throwing since hurting his shoulder – Orange County Register

The 33-year-old reliever doesn’t have a timeline for returning: “We’re just kind of taking it day by day.” → Read More

Dodgers’ third consecutive loss is slow, painful

The Dodgers tie the score on Justin Turner’s two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth, only to lose to the Phillies, 12-10, in 10 innings. → Read More

Dodgers place Clayton Kershaw on injured list with right SI joint inflammation

Walker Buehler will start in Kershaw’s place Friday against the Philadelphia Phillies; Garrett Cleavinger recalled → Read More

Dodgers mount late rally, lose to Phillies in ninth inning

Trailing by six runs in the sixth inning, the Dodgers tie the score then lose, 9-7, on two late runs. → Read More

Yency Almonte, new and improved, earns call-up to Dodgers

The 27-year-old right-hander had a 7.55 ERA last season with Colorado; Ryan Pepiot returns to the minors but could rejoin the team for Tuesday’s doubleheader against Arizona. → Read More

Hoornstra: Baseball’s pitch clock experiment deserves more time – Orange County Register

The new rules at Triple-A designed to speed up games require some adjustment, players say. → Read More

Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws a no-hitter in victory over Rays

The 22-year-old left-hander allows only two baserunners en route to the 12th no-hitter in franchise history, a 12-0 win that includes two Mike Trout home runs. → Read More

Angels lose David Fletcher until midseason following surgery

The infielder has surgery to repair his adductor muscles. … Catcher Max Stassi joins Kurt Suzuki on the COVID-19 injured list, and Austin Romine is called up from Triple-A. → Read More

Nationals use three home runs to halt Angels’ winning streak at three – San Bernardino Sun

Michael Lorenzen allows five runs in 4 2/3 innings in a loss to Washington. → Read More

Angels lose Kurt Suzuki to injured list, bring up Chad Wallach

While the team did not specify a reason, Suzuki’s absence is ostensibly related to COVID-19 because he was replaced by Chad Wallach, a catcher who is not on the 40-man roster. → Read More

Taylor Ward sparks Angels’ lineup and 5 pitchers shut out Nationals

Ward continues to excel as the leadoff hitter, drawing three walks in four plate appearances in the Angels’ 3-0 victory on Friday night. Rookie left-hander Jhonathan Diaz throws five shutout inning… → Read More

Jhonathan Diaz gets his first shot in Angels’ starting rotation – Orange County Register

The Venezuelan left-hander started against the Washington Nationals on Friday night with five scoreless innings, striking out four. → Read More

Unflappable Will Smith emerges as Dodgers’ cleanup hitter

The 27-year-old catcher has maintained a consistent approach even as his home runs disappear. → Read More

Dodgers beat Giants with balanced attack, sweep series

Mookie Betts and Max Muncy hit home runs in support of last-minute starter Tony Gonsolin in a 9-1 win. → Read More

Dodgers’ Evan Phillips is making a living off deception

The right-hander is among baseball’s best at getting batters to chase balls and take strikes. → Read More