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Dodgers barraged by hits in 14-5 loss to Tigers
Dodgers barraged by hits in 14-5 loss to Tigers

KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers roughed up Justin Verlander for five runs in the first inning, and the home fans booed him off the mound. But Verlander ended up the winning pitcher, as the Tigers tied the score against Hyun-Jin Ryu in the second inning, when they got eight hits, and chased the left-hander in the third. The Dodgers gave up more runs to the Tigers in one game than they had in their previous four games to the Colorado Rockies, at Coors Field, no less. AT THE PLATE: Matt Kemp had three singles, and Juan Uribe had a single and a home run. The Dodgers were four for seven against Verlander in the first inning, one for 16 afterward. ON THE MOUND: Ryu tied a Los Angeles Dodgers record by...

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