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Dodgers Salvage Finale in San Francisco


Brandon McCarthy was lit up for six earned over five and two-thirds in Monday’s loss. Matt Cain got through six and two-thirds innings of one-run ball in his third victory of the season.

Eduardo Nunez had a big day at the dish for San Francisco. He drove in three and scored another.

Down seven, the Dodgers were able to push across three in the ninth on RBIs from and Taylor and Gutierrez in addition to a run-scoring wild pitch, but things never got all that interesting, and the Giants were able to shut the door.

Final score: Giants 8, Dodgers 4 


Tuesday was a true pitchers’ duel. Rich Hill lasted just five, allowing one earned on six hits. Ty Blach outlasted Hill with seven innings of one-run ball.

Brandon Belt and Chris Taylor exchanged home runs to open the scoring, but it was Brandon Crawford‘s sixth-inning RBI single that proved to be the difference.

Derek Law got the save for San Francisco.

Final score: Giants 2, Dodgers 1


Clayton Kershaw is absolutely unreal. He needed just 89 pitches to get through seven scoreless Wednesday afternoon.

The Dodgers got to Johnny Cueto for five earned over six full. His ERA sits at a less-than-ideal 4.50. Grandal, Utley, Puig and Bellinger combined for a 5-for-15 day at the plate to go along with six RBI and two runs scored.

Nunez went bridge in the ninth, but the Dodgers held on with ease.

Final score: Dodgers 6, Giants 1

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