Here are some things you could have done in the time it took the Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates to play the first three innings of Saturday's game:
— Fly from Los Angeles to Denver.
— Watch 3 1/2 episodes of "Family Guy."
—Have a knee surgically replaced.
Here's what the Dodgers and Pirates did during that time: Combined to score 10 runs, collected 14 hits and threw 146 pitches. And most of those numbers favored the Pirates, who held off a Dodgers rally in the ninth inning to win, 6-5.
"It was a weird game," Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly said. "Anytime you're bringing pitchers in in the fourth [inning] and the third,...