Dee Gordon, Adrian Gonzalez and Yasiel Puig provided plenty of offensive punch without Kemp and Ramirez in the lineup, and Josh Beckett took care of things from the mound. In a 128-pitch performance, Beckett no-hit the Philadelphia Phillies.
The no-hitter was the first of Beckett’s career and he missed throwing a perfect game by three walks. With Sunday’s win, the Dodgers finished 5-4 on the road trip and return to Dodger Stadium for a three-game set with the Cincinnati Reds beginning Monday.
Dodgers Nation News
Beckett’s No-No Could Lead To Dodgers Run — ESPN LA
Dodgers’ Matt Kemp To Start Working Out In Left Field — LA Times
2014 MLB Draft Profile: RHP Spencer Adams, White County HS — Dodgers Digest
Hanley Ramirez Could Be Out A While — Dodger Insider
The Unlikely Back Story Of Beckett’s No-Hitter — ESPN LA
Nats Activate Adam LaRoche From DL — ESPN
Report: Rangers Inquire About Tyler Moore Trade To Replace Prince Fiedler — Sports Illustrated
Astros Pitcher Makes His Case For The U.S. World Cup Team — USA Today
St. Louis Might Have Best Fans In Baseball, But Not Best TV Broadcast — Sporting News
Grading The Week: The Blue Jays Are Back — CBS Sports
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