Nothing seemed to be working properly at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday.
Not the scoreboard, which struggled to keep up with every run the Miami Marlins scored and finally gave out entirely.
Not the phone line between the dugout and the bullpen, which also gave out, forcing Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly to stall so a batboy could run and tell Chris Perez to warm up.
And certainly not the home team, which endured its worst beating of an uneven season. The Marlins, the team that pressed a double-A pitcher into service to replace its injured ace, put up six runs in the second inning and six more in the fourth en route to a 13-3 drubbing of the Dodgers.
The Dodgers, the...