Nothing seems to go wrong for the Dodgers these days. They play. They win. They count down toward the National League West championship.
But, for one scary moment Sunday, they had visions of disaster.
Not only had Zack Greinke decided the time was right to try to steal second base, he launched into a headfirst slide to get there. With Greinke following Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers might have the most dominant 1-2 pitching punch in postseason play, but the team's collective heart skipped a beat as Greinke flung himself toward the bag.