As James Loney's Tom Herr-type season rolls along, we can note that he is currently on pace for 108 RBI, yet only 66 runs scored. If he continues on his current pace, Loney would have the second fewest runs scored with 100 RBI in Dodger history. Only Luis Olmo, a utility man who played mostly outfield along with third and second base for the Dodgers during World War II, had fewer runs, with his 62-run, 110-RBI 1945 season.
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Randy Wolf leads the major leagues with nine no-decisions, meaning tonight's game just might be decided in the bullpen. The Dodger bullpen has been stellar in June. Observe:
Here are tonight's lineups:
Get your guesses in for "She Is Gone" here.