It was looking like another one of those sad interleague rivalry evenings, with the Dodgers' offense appearing impotent (Bobby Abreu, Adam Kennedy, Juan Uribe, and Tony Gwynn in the 5-though-8 holes went a combined 0-for-13), and the Angels just mustering enough to skate to a 2-1 lead with two out and two on in the bottom of the eighth.
Enter Andre Ethier, who followed up a non-descript afternoon with a game-tying single to right, scoring Dee Gordon from second. The next batter was Juan Rivera, and he smoked one to left to score A.J. Ellis and Ethier, putting the Dodgers up 5-2 and icing the game. Kenley Jansen came in to pitch the ninth (2 Ks).
Mike Trout of the Angels, who killed us last night, went 0-for-4 with 4 LOB--allowing me to write this PGT headline. Thanks, Mike!