Seems he's going to need a new approach for 2014.
Gonzalez made his 1,500th career hit Saturday night memorable, driving it out for a home run in the Dodgers’ 6-3 victory over the
On a night when shortstop
That leads the
Gonzalez also had a run-scoring sacrifice and leads the Dodgers with 22 runs batted in.
Maholm gave the Dodgers an impressive start, even if it might be his last for awhile. Maholm would prefer to start, but with
The Dodgers have to decide whether Kershaw needs one more rehab outing or is ready to rejoin the rotation next week. Either way, Maholm's current stint in the rotation appears to be drawing to an end.
Saturday he went seven innings, giving up two runs on six hits and a walk. He struck out three and kept the Rockies off-balanced most of the night.
The Rockies were the first to score Saturday, putting a run across in the third on an RBI single by Brandon Barnes.
The Dodgers, however, struck back with three in the bottom of the inning. After
Ramirez did not return to the field to start the fourth inning. The Dodgers said he had a bruised right thumb and called his status day to day.
The Dodgers added single runs in the fourth, fifth and eighth innings. Puig singled in the fourth-inning run and Gonzalez added his solo home run in the fifth. Puig also doubled in a run in the eighth, but cost the Dodgers another run when he tried to take third on a