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ON THE MOUND: Anderson pitched seven innings and struck out 10 batters to match his career high. "It felt like I struck out 30, compared to what I've been doing," said Anderson, who limited the Marlins to five hits and a walk. Anderson's performance provided the bullpen with some much-needed rest, as Manager Don Mattingly had to use only two relievers on this night: Adam
AT THE PLATE: The Dodgers overturned an early 1-0 deficit with a two-run home run by Scott Van Slyke in the second inning. They scored three runs in the fourth inning, two on a single by Jimmy Rollins and another on one by Anderson. Adrian Gonzalez and Alex Guerrero both had two hits, with Guerrero driving in two runs. Howie Kendrick was four for five with a run batted in.