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Wild pitch helps Reds edge Dodgers and ace Clayton Kershaw, 3-2
Wild pitch helps Reds edge Dodgers and ace Clayton Kershaw, 3-2

He wasn’t exactly the dominating Clayton Kershaw seen in his last outing, and he certainly wasn’t the one who couldn’t last two innings in the start before that. This Kershaw was very good but, as it turned out, just not good enough. Kershaw struck out nine in his seven innings but a wild pitch in the sixth allowed what held up as the winning run in the Reds' 3-2 victory Wednesday night before a Dodger Stadium crowd of 41,129. Kershaw (3-2) allowed seven hits and walked one, but he wasn’t quite as sharp as Reds’ starter Homer Bailey, who held the Dodgers to just five hits in seven innings, with a walk and six strikeouts. The Reds opened the...

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