This series has been a tough on on the boys in Blue. Although they managed to sneak a 0-2 game two, the rest of the series was hard to swallow. 13 runs to six over the span of the series, the Dodgers could never get their bats working.
“Not real sure to say one thing or the other,” Manager Don Mattingly said when asked about his teams lack of scoring. “We’ve got to consistently just continue to have good at-bats and get guys back in there.”
The Dodgers begin a three game home stand against the Arizona Diamondbacks beginning tonight at 9 as Rubby de la Rosa takes on Arizona’s Mike Bolsinger. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets still remain so get yours today!
The LA treated a crowd of over 43,00 fans to a late night treat as Howie Kendrick broke a bat slamming a walk off single in the 9th inning against Fernando Rodney.
“The big thing was to get a pitch up that I could hit. It’s always good to come through for my teammates,” Kendrick said after the game.
Game two is tonight at 9:10. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available. Be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your LA Dodgers
This is not your fathers LA Dodgers Team, in fact, it hardly resembles last years team. The team lost 17 players to trades (Kemp, Gordon, Haren) and free agency. Replacing that lot are 16 new faces to include SS Jimmy Rollins, C Yasmani Grandal and Howie Kendrick.
The Dodgers take on the Seattle Mariners and the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, the Indians on Saturday and the Brewers on Sunday.