A little of this, a little of that, not enough of anything.
The Dodgers continued their meandering ways Sunday, this time losing to the
The Dodgers have lost three of their last four and are now one game above .500 (23-22) for the season. Not even playing the Diamondbacks – a team they were 8-1 against after Friday – could kick-start a rather lackluster Dodgers team.
Right now, they are simply a mediocre team.
Sunday they got home runs from
And the Diamondbacks winning a series at home for the first time this season.
The day saw the end of
The Dodgers led, 3-1, after Gonzalez hit his two-run homer in the third, but Arizona came right back. A Haren wild pitch and a
The Diamondbacks won it in the fifth when
Haren (5-2) went six innings, giving up the five runs on 10 hits. He did not walk a batter and struck out three.
The Dodgers went quiet offensively after the third, but had chances in the sixth and eighth that went kaput. With runners at first and second and one out, Kemp pinch-hit and bounced into a double play. With the bases loaded in the eighth, he lined out to second.
The Dodgers are now five for 31 with the bases loaded, the worst mark in the majors.