Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Post-Game 70 Thread: Dodgers Earn 1-7 Split

DODGERS 6, YANKEES 0

As surprising as it might seem after Game 1, the Dodgers ended up with a rare split of their 1p and 7p games in the Bronx today, thanks to an unusually gritty performance by Chris Capuano (6.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 Ks), coupled with two solid innings of relief from Chris Withrow and a rare offensive breakout at the hands of many. Our first five slots in the lineup:

  • Skip Schumaker, 2-for-5 with a run;
  • Yasiel Puig, 2-for-4 (including a solo HR) with 3 runs and a RBI;
  • Adrian Gonzalez, 3-for-5 (including a double) with a run and a RBI;
  • Hanley Ramirez, 2-for-4 with a run and 2 RBI;
  • Andre Ethier, 2-for-4 (including a double) with a RBI.

Hard to argue with that output, especially juxtaposed against a Yankees team which scattered only three hits all game.

Speaking of asymmetrical leaves, Brandon League didn't screw things up in the ninth. Luis Cruz and Tim Federowicz each went 0-for-4, the latter leaving 5 on base.

And, the Dodgers didn't have any errors! Imagine that! Off to Petco Park for a night game tomorrow. Good night, everybody!

bowling analysis swiped from this blog, "bowl movements"

6 comments:

Steve Sax said...

I think we engorged everyone with too much content today, boys.

Even Juan Uribe is full.

Hideo Nomo said...

Just one thin little mint, Misseur Uribe?

Alex said...

Nice game 2, boys!

(contents)

Neeebs said...

I'll take it.

QuadSevens said...

A day when the Dodgers win and Yankmees lose is a good day. But when the Yankmees lose to the Dodgers, it's even better!

QuadSevens said...

P.s. I'll take a 1-7 split anyday over the 7-10.


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