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Dodgers can't overcome Edinson Volquez, fall to Pirates 5-3
Dodgers can't overcome Edinson Volquez, fall to Pirates 5-3

Sometimes experiments can come back to haunt. You could ask Dr. Frankenstein about his monster, or maybe Donald Sterling about his Anderson Cooper interview. The Dodgers did their share of experimenting last season, attempting to give pitchers discarded by others an opportunity to revive their careers. They had mixed success with Edinson Volquez, who appeared in six games for them (five starts) and ended his Dodgers career 0-2 with a 4.18 earned-run average. That was improvement enough to interest the Pirates, who signed him in the off-season for one year at $5 million. Volquez returned to Dodger Stadium on Sunday and, naturally, outpitched Zack Greinke to lead Pittsburgh to a 5-3...

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