Saturday, July 26, 2014

Post-Game 105 Thread: Dodgers Drink Giants' Milkshake


Did you know In-N-Out serves milkshakes? It's true; they're delicious. Clayton Kershaw was delicious tonight, pitching a complete-game two-hit shutout against the Giants. He used 113 pitches and struck out seven, and runs his all-important win-loss record to 12-2.

The Dodgers left the bases loaded in the sixth and seventh innings but still managed to capitalize on the Giants' pitching. Hanley had a two-out RBI in the fourth, Uribe had an RBI single in the fifth, Crawford and Uribe had RBIs in the sixth, and AGon added a seventh-inning RBI. If only one more Dodger had knocked a run in, we could say Five Guys had RBIs.

Tonight's win gives the Dodgers their first series win against the Giants since 1963 this season and vaults the Boys in Blue into first place by half a game. It's Ryu vs. the newly-acquired Peavy tomorrow for the whole bag of fries!


Dusty Baker's Toothpick said...

Giants Suck! Kershaw is on another planet!

Dusty Baker said...

As always, well played, sir.

Steve Sax said...

I don't know if you guys watched the video highlights of Kershaw's outing, but it's awesome.

1) There's more LA fans in the park than SF fans

2) Vin is on his game, as usual. "San Francisco gets the blues, and the Blues get the win!"

I love it.

Steve Sax said...

Sorry, here's the link.

Steve Sax said...


The Giants have lost three straight and have neither owned a lead nor had an extra-base hit in any of those 27 innings.

Dusty Baker's Toothpick said...

@Sax let's see that streak reach 34. Do it for El Toro!

Steve Sax said...

How about 36?