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Dodgers' Carlos Frias has a really bad day in 11-3 loss to Padres

Dodgers' Carlos Frias has a really bad day in 11-3 loss to Padres

Carlos Frias hung his head and walked slowly off the mound toward the Dodgers' dugout. After each outing — and before Sunday he'd had four very useful starts — Frias pounds his chest and points to the sky. But this day, even that ritual seemed half-hearted. About 19 hours earlier, Mike Bolsinger had made the same walk with considerably more vigor. Bolsinger, one-half of a makeshift back end of the Dodgers' rotation, had pitched eight scoreless innings Saturday night in a 2-0 victory over San Diego. Frias, the other half, did not pitch a scoreless first inning , or second, or third on Sunday in an 11-3 loss to the Padres. In fact, he was down 4-0 before even...

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