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Two runs is a big night for Dodgers in win over Padres
Two runs is a big night for Dodgers in win over Padres

The Dodgers' streak of scoreless innings, the historically inept stretch of baseball that spanned parts of six days and one bleak series in San Francisco, died Friday at Dodger Stadium. It was 35 innings long. The cause of death was a toe extended by Justin Turner that touched home plate after an Andre Ethier double in the fifth inning of the Dodgers' 2-1 win over the San Diego Padres. The streak had survived scares earlier in the game, when Ethier hit a ball to the warning track in the second inning and when Yasmani Grandal's long fly ball died in front of the center-field wall in the fourth. Each time, the crowd seemed to inhale and then audibly exhale. But when Turner...

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