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Dodgers 9, Padres 5: 17 innings. SEVENTEEN.

This game started off normally enough. Kenta Maeda was excellent through four no-hit innings — a good sign, considering his struggles with control throughout his past several outings —¬†and the Dodger bats weren’t doing anything to back him up. Standard stuff these days, really. Then, in the top of the fifth, Joc Pederson foul bunted…


Padres 7, Dodgers 6: Kenley Jansen finally blows one

The Dodgers fell to the Padres tonight, 7-6, as they continue to dig themselves into a deeper hole, now 1-5 in their last six games. While Yasiel Puig‘s power and baserunning contributed to the Dodgers efforts early, it was Justin Turner that came through late for the Dodgers. Unfortunately, it wasn’t quite enough, as Kenley…


Angels 7, Dodgers 4: A tale of two games

The Dodgers couldn’t overcome a 3-run fifth and 2-run sixth to fall to the Angels on Thursday night 7-4. It was almost like there were two separate games. The first half of it was clearly the Dodgers’ game, as they had Angels’ starter Jhoulys Chacin on the ropes, while Ross Stripling was pitching well. They…

Kershaw clincher 9.24.14

Dodgers 5, Angels 1: Clayton Kershaw + Dingers = Win

Clayton Kershaw‘s masterful performance and three home runs propelled the Dodgers to a 5-1 win over the Angels on Tuesday night. It’s a pretty simple equation, really. Your browser does not support iframes. Other than a bumpy second inning, Kershaw did what he usually does: dominate. He finished with this line: 8 IP, 4 H,…