Thursday, July 08, 2010

Post-Game 85 Thread: Kershaw Goes Into The All-Star Break Rolling

DODGERS 3, CUBBIES 2

Clayton Kershaw follows the recent trend of Dodger starting pitching, reacting to knowledge of a depleted bullpen by going deep into the game. Kershaw is now 9-4 following an eight-inning, 12 K performance on which he gave up only two ER. James Loney picked up an early RBI single in the first and Rafael Furcal added a two-run HR in the seventh to take this game, the first of four against the Cubs. Dodgers keep pace with the Rockies, in second place and three back of the Padres.

10 comments:

Paul said...

Prehistoric sharks are cooool.

Mr. LA Sports Fan said...

"Party in the USA" is out.

RT @dylanohernandez: Casey Blake on the change in music: "She (Miley) was not bringing it for us. She wasn't bringing the wins."

Dusty Baker said...

I liked this win. It felt good. Let's string a few together now before the break.

Steve Sax said...

I'm sad I missed this one

Paul said...

What is the new victory song?

Josh S. said...

PAPER PLANES!

Paul said...

Josh

is that a request or have they gone 08 on us?

Paul said...

Just saw the tweet! Love that song.

Fred's Brim said...

Woop!
Maybe it should be Ladies Night at the SoSG Factory more often!

Paul said...

Yanks close to picking up Cliff Lee? Not cool.