The Dodgers are 22-16. That translates to a 94-win pace, and a welcome change from the middling days of April. The team won five in a row against the Padres and Pirates before splitting a four-game series with Colorado. The Dodgers missed a chance to snatch first place away from the Rockies, but still reside only 1 1/2 games back.
Now the team heads to San Francisco, where the Giants played well over the weekend against the Reds. Despite a wretched record, the Giants have held sway over the Dodgers thus far this season. The Dodgers have a chance to rectify that this week.
Here are the pitching matchups for this week at AT&T Park: