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AT THE PLATE: The Dodgers scored their first seven runs on home runs. In the seventh inning,
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IN THE FIELD: The Dodgers had one blunder and one highlight-reel play. Greinke appeared to induce an inning-ending fly ball in the second inning, but Joc Pederson had trouble tracking it. His circuitous route led to a diving attempt, and ultimately to an error that allowed a run to score. Two innings later, Turner, the third baseman, laid out to catch a popup he had chased down the left-field line.
REVIEWING REVIEWS: On Monday, the Dodgers lost on a close call at first base that was reviewed and upheld. Mattingly said he had a lot of time to think about baseball's replay system afterward, and Tuesday he advocated for some changes. He argued that a replay official can be influenced by the initial ruling on the field. So, he said, the official should be kept in the dark. "The 'stand' thing has got to go," he said. "Let's forget the 'Let it stand.' You make a decision."
EXTRA BASES: The Dodgers called up right-hander Joe Wieland to start Wednesday. Wieland, who is 3-0 in triple A with a 3.60 earned-run average and 22 strikeouts in 20 innings, will become the Dodgers ninth starter this season. Carlos Frias, who was scheduled to start Wednesday, will pitch Thursday. "With Carlos, we feel like it can't hurt to give him an extra day," Mattingly said.