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Dodgers Score: LA Shut Out for the First Time in 2023

Coming off of a huge win on Monday night, the Dodgers looked to keep the momentum rolling. They did not. Momentum and rolling are a tough choice of words for a Tuesday night game that was an absolute slog. The game pitted 2020 champs Dustin May and Alex Wood facing off against one another and it was a struggle for both. May had his worst inning of the year in the first allowing 2 runs while throwing 31 pitches but settled down to go 5.1 strong for LA. Dodger bats made Woody work, chasing him in the 5th inning after 75 pitches, but they ultimately got nothing off the left-hander.

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The Dodgers blew their best scoring chance in the 6th inning when they loaded the bases with nobody out… and scored none.

The offense got just 3 hits and 10 total base runners (2 on hit batsmen) in the 5-0 loss. Mookie Betts walked 3 times.

Usually we drop highlights in these postgame recaps but there plainly just were no highlights…

This was cool I guess?

The Dodger bullpen continued it’s struggles. Shelby Miller loaded the bases in the 7th but didn’t surrender a run. And Evan Phillips served up 3 runs on back to back home runs in the 8th inning.

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  1. Looking really sad in 3rd place in the west and showing all the same weaknesses on offense as last year. The “we don’t need a closer” plan seems to have gone up in smoke as well. The Front Office will end up having a lot to answer for come September.

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