There's not much to say about this game, other than Clayton Kershaw got hammered after retiring his first six hitters. Kershaw allowed nine runs in 4.2 innings, capping a weekend of subpar starting pitching at Coors Field. Dodger starters gave up 17 runs in 14.2 innings (a 10.43 ERA), none going more than five.
Yet the Dodgers were 2-1 in the series, thanks in no small part to a bullpen that gave up only six hits and three runs in 11.1 innings, good for a 2.38 ERA.
A trip to San Francisco ends the road trip. Randy Wolf will face Barry Zito Monday night.