About that mighty Dodgers offense?
You expected them to be world-beaters forever? Or maybe at least until they finished their three-game series in San Francisco?
The Dodgers bats have suddenly gone church-mouse quiet. The latest evidence was a 2-0 loss to
The Dodgers are now 0-4 in San Francisco, after being kind enough to jump-start the Giants' season the last time they were here by getting swept in three games. The Giants were 4-10 when the Dodgers arrived at AT&T on April 21 and have gone 17-8 since.
The loss pulled the Giants to within 3 1/2 games of the Dodgers in the
Hudson, 39, came into Tuesday’s game 1-3 with a 4.57 ERA but looked all-world against a Dodgers team that has been leading the
Wasted was another fine start from
The only run Frias (3-1) allowed came in the third inning when the Giants hit three consecutive two-out singles,
San Francisco added an insurance run in the eighth. It was unearned. Enrique Hernandez dropped a ball in left field on a
Hudson held the Dodgers scoreless in his 5 1/3 innings, giving up five hits and two walks. The Dodgers had opportunities. They left 11 runners on base, and never could come up with the key hit that seemed so common until last weekend.