We interrupt the hand-wringing over the
Tuesday marked the 35th consecutive game in which a Dodgers starter walked two or fewer batters.
That was enough to extend the Dodgers’ streak of a starting pitcher giving up two or fewer walks to the longest the
We're just a glass-is-half-full kinda blog.
It’s a pretty remarkable run, though in full disclosure the
The Dodgers’ rotation remains the strength of the team. It has the major’s best ERA (3.05) and leads in wins (44). It’s been on a particularly strong run since the return of
Of course, when runners are tagging up from third on a fly to medium left with no outs and then another runner is tagging late to advance from first and it all runs you into a weird triple play, it doesn't matter how strong the rotation is.
“We have to play the scoreboard, we have to play the situation,” Manager
The next thing you know, your hold on first place lasts only a couple of days.