For a guy who's supposed to be on the hot seat, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly seemed awfully cool Tuesday afternoon.
So what if his team had dropped four in a row? It still had 50 more to play. And it was going to start that streak with Zack Greinke, the team's human shot of confidence, on the mound.
"I'm not concerned from the standpoint of a couple of days that go bad," Mattingly said. "I'm not going to panic during a small section of this. We're going to ride it out."
And once again, Greinke made that ride a bit smoother, shutting out the Washington Nationals for six innings in a 5-0 victory that ended the Dodgers' longest skid in nearly two...