The Dodgers did not care if it was all wet, it was victory.
Their win Sunday featured two longtime minor leaguers getting their first career major league hits and
The Dodgers jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning when Colorado left-hander
Kershaw, meanwhile, opened the game by recording his first six outs via strikeout. The Dodgers maintained the 2-0 lead until
The Dodgers came back with four runs in the top of the sixth.
The Dodgers were not done. After De La Rosa went back to his wildness routine, walking
Romak, 28, was called up May 28 when
That brought up the Dodgers' other rookie making his first career start, Rojas.
Rojas, 25, had spent nine years in the minors until getting his first call to the majors last week. He collected his first big league hit Sunday with a single that scored Romak.
The rain delay came in the middle of the sixth, the Dodgers now up 6-1.
Umpires originally said the game would resume at 5 p.m., but when they came back onto the field the skies were not cooperating and the game was called after a delay of 1 hour 35 minutes.
Kershaw officially went five innings, raising his record to 5-2. He held the Rockies to one run and three hits. He did not walk a batter, and for the third consecutive game, and the sixth time in seven starts since coming off the disabled list in early May, he struck out nine.