He wasn’t exactly the dominating
This Kershaw was very good but, as it turned out, just not good enough.
Kershaw struck out nine in his seven innings but a wild pitch in the sixth allowed what held up as the winning run in the
Kershaw (3-2) allowed seven hits and walked one, but he wasn’t quite as sharp as Reds’ starter
The Reds opened the scoring with two quick runs in the first.
It remained that way until the fifth, the Dodgers struggling get much of anything going against Bailey, the owner of two no-hitters but who entered the game 4-3 with a 5.34 ERA.
The Reds got the run back in the sixth after Frazier doubled into left for a second time.
The Dodgers pulled back to within one in the bottom of the inning. After Bailey went high and inside with a fastball to
Jamie Romak, making his major-league debut after playing 1,069 games in the minors, bounced out to first on the first pitch he saw pinch hitting for Kershaw in the seventh.
The Dodgers got