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10-4 Good Buddy: Rockies Hammer Kershaw, Dodgers

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.

Today's Box Score