It’s a dangerous life the
In all three games in San Diego over the weekend, they jumped out to an early lead. And then played like they were all satisfied, failing to truly extend their lead.
Which just allowed a
The Dodgers were at it again Sunday at
This time it was up to left-hander
Ryu held the Padres hitless through the opening three innings and scoreless through the first five.
The Dodgers had seen their lack of killer instinct come back to haunt them Friday when they lost in the bottom of the ninth and then again Saturday when they hung on for a two-run win.
This time they scored once in the first when
And the Dodgers called it an offensive afternoon. They managed only three more hits over the final seven innings.
Ryu (9-3) made it work for his six innings, allowing the one run on four hits and a walk. He struck out two and lowered his earned-run average to 3.06. Since coming off the disabled list May 21 with a sore shoulder, Ryu has won six of seven starts.
It was a year ago Sunday the Dodgers started their historic 42-8 run to take control of the