Wolf, Billingsley Led in Innings Per Start

Randy Wolf, Chad Billingsley and Jon Garland were the only Dodger starters to top the six-inning per start mark during the 2009 season, with Wolf leading the way with a 6.30 and Billingsley second at 6.19.
November 11, 2009

Dodgers Shot at the Gold Ring Starts Tonight

The Dodgers' pitchers are getting up to speed in a hurry, and the timing is just right with the postseason starting tonight. The pitching staff appeared to be in turmoil in the closing weeks of the season. Clayton Kershaw and Hiroki Kuroda missed time with injuries, and Chad Billingsley had one start skipped because he was struggling.
October 6, 2009

Pair of Deuces Trump Giants' Ace

The Dodgers tagged the Giants' ace Tim Lincecum for two runs in the third and fourth inning and went ton to earn a 6-2 decision, reducing their magic number to eight for clinching the division and four for securing a postseason berth for the third time in four years. Los Angeles is five games ahead of Colorado in the division race with 12 to play.
September 21, 2009

Wolf Gobbles up Padres 7-4 for 100th win

Randy Wolf allowed four hits and two runs in his major league leading 30th start of the season, winning his 10th of the season and his 100th career win in a 7-4 victory over San Diego that kept the charging Giants and Rockies at bay. The seven runs scored were the most scored since Aug. 29 at Cincinnati when they scored 11.
September 6, 2009

Wolf Does it All in 2-1 Win

"What a big bat you have, Mr. Wolf," said the Cubbies. "All the better to BEAT you with," said Mr. Wolf, who doubled to left-center to do just that. Dodgers pitcher Randy Wolf combined with George Sherrill and Jonathan Broxton on a one-hitter, and he doubled in the second inning to drive in both runs in a 2-1 win.
August 22, 2009

Wolf First Pitcher to Homer Since 2007

Randy Wolf homered against the Diamondbacks to record the first home run since Jason Schmidt and Hong-Chih Kuo in 2007. Before them, Hideo Nomo and Kaz Ishii drove a ball out of the park in 2004. Wolf also added a double, a single, three runs batted in and took a one-hit shutout into the eighth inning.
August 16, 2009

Ethier, Hudson, Wolf Go Deep in 9-3 Win

Randy Wolf lacked only a triple of becoming the first Dodgers pitcher to hit for the cycle, but no one cared about that as the veteran left-hander gave up only a single in the first seven innings, retiring 20 Diamondbacks in a row, in an important, 9-3 win.
August 16, 2009

H-e-e-e-s Back! (Again)

Manny Ramirez would dispute the headline, telling reporters after the game, "I never went anywhere," As Mark Twain might say, "The rumor of the Dodgers death is highly exaggerated." L.A. unlimbered their long-range guns in the second game of the series, winning 9-1 for star-crossed Randy Wolf for the first time in four starts. The win dumped the Giants 7 1/2 back and Colorado, who lost, 6 1/2,
August 12, 2009