The Dodgers have scored only two runs in the first three games of this series, which unfortunately stretches to an uncommon fourth game tomorrow. And sure, you can cite the fact that Milwaukee is a crazy 47-15 and has won 18 of its last 21 as it tries to hold onto the NL Central lead (in front of sellout home crowds, no less). But when the Dodgers can't muster anything besides a Tony Gwynn HR (his first in over a year), it's a pretty pathetic offensive effort on their behalf as well.
With that Gwynn HR, he's only 36 SB and 39 HR short of the 40-40 club. Matt Kemp, who had neither a HR or SB tonight, must be jealous.
James Loney was 0-for-3 with 4 LOB, but Dioner Navarro surpassed that with 0-for-4 and 5 LOB (each had a K). Nathan Eovaldi had a decent 6.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 2 K performance, but with a Dodgers offense that hasn't arrived yet on this roadtrip--three games in, no less--it wasn't nearly enough.