Category Archives: 2018 Dodger Game Recaps

Hyun-Jin Ryu game score of 77 was fifth best in his LAD history

Baseball fans forget that when Hyun-Jin Ryu is healthy he is one of the top left handers in the National league, and last night he reminded us of that by twirling one of the best games of his career. Using game score as the criteria, his game score of 77 was the fifth best in his …

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As losses go this one was fabulous

Much like game five of the World Series, the Dodgers blew two huge leads but this time the leads were only six runs combined instead of seven, and they didn’t have the best pitcher in baseball on the mound, only the best closer. The Dodgers staked Ryu to a three-run lead but even with the …

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The GB&U Game Four

Dodgers win 9 – 0. Record now 2 – 2. The Dodger offense came alive on Sunday Night while the pitching continued to throw up zeroes. With two games in the book, the talk was all about the Dodgers inability to score any runs but two games later the story is all about the incredible …

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The GB&U Game Three

Dodgers score some runs, the pitching continues to keep all Panikless Giants off the board and the Dodgers get their first win 5 – 0 moving their record to 1 – 2. The Good: Kenta Maeda was dominant for five innings. That might be all they get from him this year but if he can continue …

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The GB&U Game two

Dodgers lose again 1 – 0 making them 0 – 2 for the season.  The Giants win the first two games of the year 1 – 0 on solo home runs by Joe Panik.  Until someone proves me wrong, I’m going with the idea that this has rarely happened in baseball. Rare enough to lose …

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The GB&U Game one edition

Dodger record is 0 – 1. Last year the Dodgers scored fourteen runs on opening day and were shutout in game two. A reversal of that would be cool. The Good: Clayton Kershaw gave up only one run. He wasn’t as sharp as he had been this spring but he did his job with runners …

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