AT THE PLATE:
ON THE MOUND: Anderson pitched six innings, with the only two runs scored against him coming on Peralta's home run. The left-hander said he was relatively satisfied with his effort, considering he felt he had nothing on the ball. "It was maybe the worst stuff I've ever had in the big leagues," Anderson said. "There aren't too many mortal victories in this game, but the fact that I gave our team a quality start and two runs with my D-plus stuff in this ballpark against a good team, you can kind of take solace in that. Command was brutal. I didn't have life on anything, really." Chris Hatcher's struggles continued, as the right-hander gave up an eighth-inning insurance run to the Cardinals. Hatcher's ERA is now 6.89.
MEDICAL REPORT: Left-hander Paco
ROSTER MOVE: The Dodgers replaced Rodriguez on their active roster with right-hander
UP NEXT: Clayton Kershaw (3-3, 3.86 ERA) will face the