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Dodgers score six in second inning, breeze behind Zack Greinke, 9-1
Dodgers score six in second inning, breeze behind Zack Greinke, 9-1

Sometimes the hits just won’t drop. They can’t be bought, cajoled, begged for or designed by NASA. And sometimes, they just fall like raindrops from the baseball heavens. Between fielders, just inside the lines or over outreached gloves. Times like the Dodgers’ second inning Saturday. The Dodgers came up with a season-high six runs in the second inning and then cruised in behind the lock-down pitching of Zack Greinke for a 9-1 victory over the Cardinals before a Dodger Stadium crowd of 50,910. It was not, however, all good news for the Dodgers on Saturday. Infielder Justin Turner left the game in the second with a strained hamstring after collecting one of the...

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