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Dodgers Sweep: A Balk-Off, A Walk-Off HR and a Walk-Off Single

Dodgers Sweep:  A Balk-Off, A Walk-Off HR and a Walk-Off Single.

Even though the Dodgers swept Arizona, these wins could have gone either way.   The Dodger pitching was there and timely hitting along with some help from the D’Backs.     

5/31/10: The Balk-Off.  Lopez piched well for the D’Backs but the defense let him down when  Kelly Johnson committed two errors in one play that scored two runs.  Then came the Balk from Vasquez causing the balk-off for the bearded one Casey BlakeBillingsley was lights out after the four homeruns he gave up in the first two innings.    Final score:  Dodgers 5, D’backs 4.

The guys in the dugout pointing out to the balk.   

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John Ely.jpg6/2/10.   Ely vs.  Haren.  A great pitching dual that went 10 innings with Matt Kemp having his first walk-off!   Jeff Weaver picked up the win and Gutierrez picked up the loss.  Gutierrez is now 0-4.  Gutierrez has allowed 10 homeruns in 18 1/3 innings.   Final score: Dodgers 1, D’Backs 0.

The fourteen inning stretch! 

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6/3/10.  A business special that started at noon.    This one had ex-Dodger Edwin Jackson going against rule-5 Carlos Monasterios.     It went 14 innings with rookie Travis Schlichting (I love the name!)  pitching 4 scoreless innings and picking up the win!  The kid also had his first MLB at bat.   Valdez took the loss on a walk-off single by Garret Anderson.  Final score:  Dodgers 1, D’backs 0


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So the D’Backs have gone 31 innings without scoring a run.   They lost all nine games on the road and lost 10 straight now.  Ouch!   The D’Backs starters pitched well, the bullpen is another story.  

The red-hot Braves are in town for a four game series.    Braves have won eight in a row, the Dodgers four in row.    Remember April?  These two teams were in last place with an identical record of 9-14. 

 I feel so bad for Armando Galarraga but the guy was classy, he kept his cool.   In our hearts you pitched a perfect game Armando!   I don’t know what did Jim Joyce see in that play but he apologized to Armando.  

 Countdown to trip to Fenway Park:   15 days!  Woohoo!    

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