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For first time this season Dodgers drop fourth consecutive game, 8-3

For first time this season Dodgers drop fourth consecutive game, 8-3

Yes, those were your 2015 Los Angeles Dodgers on display Monday night, though possibly not the team most anticipated seeing. Manager Don Mattingly stuck with his all right-handed lineup against a left-handed pitcher, or at least those still available to him, and the results were not pretty. The Dodgers were pounded again, losing, 8-3, to the Nationals before a Dodger Stadium crowd of 45,722. And for the first time this season, they have now lost four consecutive games. With Howie Kendrick joining Justin Turner on the disabled list, Mattingly’s all right-handed lineup against Gio Gonzalez looked like this: Shortstop Jimmy Rollins, second baseman Jose Peraza (in his major...

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