And now presenting those loooosing
They fell, 4-3, in 10 innings to the
Three losses may not sound like the end of their baseball world, but given that they had won 36 of their previous 44 games, it's nothing if not a change of pace.
It was their second consecutive one-run loss to the Reds, and in this one they were done in by the speed of stolen-base sensation
In the top of the 10th, Dodgers Manager
Given a similar situation in the bottom of the inning when
It's the first time the Dodgers have lost three consecutive games since June 8-10.
That equaled the most runs Greinke had allowed in an entire game in his previous seven starts.
It was a short-lived lead, however, what with the
Greinke didn't allow another run, but with his pitch count up, he lasted only six innings. His best performance came in the fifth when the Reds loaded the bases with one out, and he struck out
Greinke, who had won his last six starts, was not involved in the decision. He allowed eight hits, walked one and struck out nine in his six innings.
The Reds tied things in the seventh against Paco Rodriguez.
Rodriguez, who struggled Friday night, gave up a one-out single to