Dodgers start Randy Wolf, LHP (8-5, 4.24) vs. Scott Kazmir, LHP (5-3, 4.10).
Dodgers: 42-31 (1st place NL West, 0.5 GA (of SD and AZ), W2)
Devil Rays: 31-40 (T-4th/last place AL East, 15.5 GB, L3)
From Dodgers.com, the scouting report on the starters:
Dodgers: Wolf had more strikeouts than innings pitched going into Saturday and his most recent start, but he struck out only one Angel over five innings, a sign that he wasn't on his game. Wolf was solid over the first two months of the season, but his June ERA is 6.86 in four starts.
Devil Rays: Kazmir gave the Rays a quality start at Colorado on Sunday, allowing three runs on six hits while walking four and striking out five over six innings. Kazmir continues to have explosive stuff, but he struggles to keep his pitch count down -- he threw 113 pitches against the Rockies. This will be his first career start against the Dodgers.
We're in first place again! Let's try and stay there, guys, okay?
From Inside the Dodgers:
It's turn back the clock night and everyone will be wearing Brooklyn jerseys that will be auctioned off later for charity. They're very cool looking jerseys and as far as I know, it's only the second time we've ever worn uniforms with Brooklyn across the chest since moving to Los Angeles. The only other time was in LA two years ago when we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the 1955 World Championship. Don Zimmer will be honored, Duke Snider, Johnny Podres and Carl Erskine will be here to sign autographs and all sorts of cool things are planned, so if you happen to be in Tampa Bay, be sure to get over here.
And, if you're in Jacksonville, head to the Suns game tonight and get a Matt Kemp Bobblehead. I'd post a photo but again, this system isn't working correctly so you'll have to go to their site.
Here's tonight's lineup: