Best laid plans and all. Tired of shoddy play on the field, and with shortstop
They then allowed three unearned runs on a pair of errors in their 5-3 loss to the
Unable to do much against right-hander David Buchanan, who was making his major league debut, the Dodgers started fumbling this one away early.
Given new life, Utley drilled a two-run homer.
In the second inning, Haren issued a pair of leadoff walks and singles by Revere and
Haren settled down after that, and the Dodgers started chipping away with single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings.
The Phillies had added a fifth run in the fifth inning, aided by another error. Revere hit a tapper up the first base line that Haren threw away for an error. The Dodgers argued Revere ran out of the baseline to no avail. Revere scored on a groundout.
Haren (5-3) gave up six hits and walked two. He struck out seven. Buchanan went five innings without walking a batter. He was charged with two runs on six hits, striking out two.