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The Los Angeles Dodgers dropped their most recent series to the Colorado Rockies with their latest game ending in yet another shutout. Colorado starter Chris Rusin combined with four relievers to throw the four-hitter, while first baseman Daniel Descalso drove in the game’s only run.

The Dodgers will travel to San Francisco to take on the Giants for the first of a 3-game series starting Friday at 7:15 p.m. Clayton Kershaw is slated to start on Friday, while Julio Urias gets his first primetime TV slot on Sunday.

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Noah Friedman

Native Angeleno, adopted Phoenician. I'm going into my junior year at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. I study sports journalism while covering a multitude of Sun Devils sports. Follow me on Twitter @OPannouncer!


  1. Boy those morons in the front office believe in throwing that kid to the wolves. First the Mets then the Cubs, Atlanta was easy, now the Giants? What do they want>? Another 90 pitch 4 inning outing? The kid is good, but he is FAR from big league ready

  2. Michael Norris  Third game was Rockies, not Braves.  But, I’m with you.  If they want to limit his innings, then give him another day between starts.  In the last one against the Rockies, he had the number 8 and 9 hitters coming up.  Why not give him a chance to get his win.  If either of them get on base, then lift him for the lead off guy.  Another 10 or 12 pitches wouldn’t have hurt him.

  3. GaryPeck1 Michael Norris  You are right,.,,I blew that one…BRAIN FART! I agree 10 or 12 would have been ok. He was doing ok but that high pitch count is because of inexperience……do not want another Karl Spooner

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