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Garret Anderson Joins Dodgers Walk-Off Brigade

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Garret Anderson turned cheers into boos for one at-bat at least on Wednesday
Garret Anderson turned cheers into boos for one at-bat at least on Wednesday

Three games on the homestand; three walk-off wins.  The latest came in the 14th inning today, as the much-maligned Garret Anderson hit a single to center to bring home Matt Kemp with the only run of the game, giving the Dodgers the 1-0 win and another series sweep over Arizona.

Carlos Monasterios was very good; he did his job with five scoreless innings.  Edwin Jackson was great, throwing nine scoreless innings and 123 pitches to boot.  Arizona starting pitchers gave up two earned runs in 25 innings in this three-game series, but have no wins to show for it.

Travis Schlichting pitched the final four innings out of the bullpen for his first major league win.

The Dodgers held the Diamondbacks scoreless for the final 31 innings of the series.

The last time the Dodgers won back-to-back 1-0 games was July 28-29, 1984, against the Reds.

WP - Travis Schlichting (1-0):  4 IP, 3 hits, 1 walk, 1 strikeout

LP - Cesar Valdez (1-2):  1.2 IP, 3 hits, 1 run, 1 walk, 1 strikeout

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