Let's get the usual suspects out of the way: Andre Ethier had an RBI and a double to extend his hit streak to 25 games. He also made a nice diving catch in the seventh. Matt Kemp hit what turned out to be the game-winning home run in the seventh. Oh, and he also made a nice diving catch in the top of the inning.
But here's the unusual suspect: Juan Uribe. He hit a home run to put the Dodgers ahead in the fourth. He also had a double in the seventh, but more impressively, Uribe played great defense at third base, turning a tricky double play in the third and making a nice diving catch in the fourth.
Ted Lilly was solid, allowing five hits and one run over six for the win. But Jonathan Broxton created more ulceritis: K, GO, single, single, single. Men on first and third, one-run lead. Nick Hundley smokes one into left, but Tony Gwynn Jr. saves the day with a diving grab. A lot of diving in the outfield tonight.
"I guess you could say Broxton got a save; he certainly got a scare."
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