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Record: 67-59
2nd in National League West
Los Angeles Dodgers
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Record: 69-56
1st in National League West
Complete – March 25, 2016 – 10:05 PM ET – Camelback Ranch, Phoenix, Arizona – Attendance: 13,204 – Duration: 2 Hours, 41 Minutes
Umpires
 
First Base #89 Cory Blaser
Homeplate   Anthony Johnson
Second Base   Pat Hoberg
Third Base #94 Lance Barrett
Starting Pitchers
Team Pitcher W L ERA
Away Clayton Blackburn 0 0 0.000
Home Carlos Frias 0 0 0.00
Pitching Stats
POSplayerIPHRERBBKHRERA
SPClayton Blackburn (L)0.233320040.50
SPTyler Mizenko1.133301120.25
RPAdalberto Mejia2.065521022.50
RPNestor Molina1.02110209.00
RPPedro Rodriguez1.02110209.00
Pitching Stats
POSplayerIPHRERBBKHRERA
RPCarlos Frias (W)4.06001300.00
RPAdam Liberatore0.22000000.00
RPLouis Coleman1.10000100.00
RPPedro Baez1.00000200.00
RPLuis Avilan1.00000100.00
SPYasiel Sierra1.00000000.00
Batting Stats
POSplayerABRHRBIBBKAVGOBPSLG
LFGregor Blanco201011.500.6671.000
RFAshford Fulmer100000.000.000.000
RFHunter Pence302000.667.667.667
RFRyan Lollis100000.000.000.000
CBuster Posey200000.000.000.000
CMatt Winn200000.000.000.000
SSBrandon Crawford302000.667.667.667
2BRando Moreno100000.000.000.000
RFMac Williamson301001.333.333.333
SSAli Castillo100000.000.000.000
2BKelby Tomlinson301000.333.333.333
2BGrant Green300002.000.000.000
RPNestor Molina000000.000.000.000
RPPedro Rodriguez000000.000.000.000
2BRamiro Pena300001.000.000.000
SPClayton Blackburn000000.000.000.000
SPTyler Mizenko100001.000.000.000
RPAdalberto Mejia1010001.0001.0001.000
1BMyles Schroder100001.000.000.000
Batting Stats
POSplayerABRHRBIBBKAVGOBPSLG
LFCarl Crawford411001.250.250.250
LFAdam Law1011001.0001.0001.000
RFYasiel Puig211000.500.5001.000
CFRico Noel301201.333.333.333
2BChase Utley312100.667.6671.333
2BElian Herrera200001.000.000.000
1BAdrian Gonzalez221210.500.6672.000
CFAlex Verdugo211001.500.500.500
CAustin Barnes411100.250.250.250
RPPedro Baez000000.000.000.000
RPLuis Avilan000000.000.000.000
SPYasiel Sierra000000.000.000.000
CFJoc Pederson211010.500.6671.000
1BLars Anderson200001.000.000.000
3BRob Segedin3132001.0001.0001.000
OFYadir Drake211001.500.500.500
3BCharlie Culberson221111.500.6671.000
3BDrew Maggi100000.000.000.000
RPCarlos Frias201100.500.500.500
RPAdam Liberatore000000.000.000.000
RPLouis Coleman010010.0001.000.000
CJack Murphy100001.000.000.000
Dodgers 3, Giants 2 (10 innings)

SAN FRANCISCO — Charlie Culberson doubled with one out in the 10th inning to score Corey Seager as the Los Angeles Dodgers completed a late rally to secure a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants in a rain-delayed game on Saturday afternoon.

The second consecutive extra-inning affair between the National League West rivals didn’t have the dramatics of Friday’s no-hit bid by LA rookie Ross Stripling, but it ended better for the Dodgers, who won in San Francisco for just the third time in their last 13 visits.

After the Dodgers scored in the top of the ninth to tie the score at 2 and force extra innings, Seager lined a one-out double against the sixth Giants pitcher, right-hander George Kontos (0-1), to trigger the winning uprising in the 10th.

Culberson, who had been 0-for-2 in the Dodgers’ first five games, followed with his second double of the game, scoring Seager with the difference-making run.

Closer Kenley Jansen pitched a 1-2-3 bottom of the 10th for his second save.

Chris Hatcher (1-0), who pitched a scoreless ninth in relief of Clayton Kershaw, picked up the win.

After a 41-minute delay, the game began as a pitchers’ duel between left-handed aces Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner of the Giants, one it appeared Bumgarner was going to win before LA rallied to tie in the ninth.

Neither starter got a decision in a game that also ended in the rain.

The Dodgers extended the wet game in the ninth, scoring to make it 2-2 thanks to a fielding gaffe by second second baseman Kelby Tomlinson.

Down 2-1, LA loaded the bases with one out against Giants closer Santiago Casilla on a walk, a Yasiel Puig single and a hit batsman.

Chase Utley scored the tying run when Tomlinson bobbled Adrian Gonzalez’s potential game-ending double play grounder, allowing the Giants just to get one out at first base.

Having blown his first save of the season, Casilla then retired reserve catcher Austin Barnes on a fly ball to left field, stranding runners on second and third.

While they were in the game, Bumgarner continued his recent dominance of Kershaw, both on the mound and at the plate, hitting and pitching the Giants into their late lead.

Giants shortstop Ehire Adrianza broke a 1-1 tie with a home run in the fifth, providing the one-run difference before LA rallied in the ninth.

Bumgarner limited the Dodgers to one run and six hits in six innings and also got to Kershaw for a homer that provided the first run of the game in the bottom of the second.

Bumgarner walked one and struck out eight.

Kershaw went eight innings, allowing two runs and four hits. He walked one and struck out five.

The matchup of All-Stars was the fifth in the last two seasons. The Giants won three of the four last season.

The high-profile duo is scheduled for a rematch Friday in Los Angeles.

The Giants will go for a 3-1 series win on Sunday, with right-hander Johnny Cueto squaring off with Dodgers left-hander Scott Kazmir.

Bumgarner’s home run was his second off Kershaw and the 12th of his career, tying him with the Baltimore Orioles’ Yovani Gallardo for the most among active pitchers.

The run snapped a 22 1/3-inning scoreless streak in the regular season for Kershaw dating to October.

Kershaw struck out Bumgarner in his next at-bat, but Adrianza, making his first start of the season in place of Friday’s hero, Brandon Crawford, belted the next pitch just inside the foul pole to give the Giants the lead.

The homer was Adrianza’s first of the season and second of his four-year major-league career.

The Giants have hit at least one home run in each of their first six games, equaling a franchise record set in 1948 and tied in 2000.

The Dodgers’ run came against Bumgarner in the third when Scott Van Slyke was brushed on the left elbow with a pitch with the bases loading, forcing in Enrique Hernandez, who opened the inning with a single.

Van Slyke left the game immediately after getting hit, complaining of back pain.

Hernandez, who led off the game with a double, had two of the Dodgers’ 10 hits. Culberson had two doubles and Gonzalez a single and a double for LA, which totaled six doubles.

The Giants finished with just five hits, two by Buster Posey.

NOTES: There have been only five rainouts in the history of AT&T; Park, which was built in 2000. … With both managers using almost every available right-handed hitter to combat the matchup of star left-handed pitchers, the teams were left with just their backup catcher (the Dodgers’ Austin Barnes and Giants’ Trevor Brown) as available righties off the bench. … The Giants made 1B Brandon Belt’s contract extension official Saturday. He got his 2016 deal, originally set for $6.2 million, torn up as part of the new contract, which runs through the 2021 season. No financial terms were announced. … Before the game, the Dodgers placed LF Carl Crawford (sore back) on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Friday. Crawford became the 11th Dodger to go on the DL this season. The Giants have had none. … INF Micah Johnson was promoted from Triple-A Oklahoma City to take Crawford’s spot on the roster.

Short-handed Dodgers go long way to beat Giants

SAN FRANCISCO — With 11 players on the disabled list and a 12th late getting to the park after a promotion from the minors, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts had limited options available while trying to help his team mount a late comeback on Saturday.

Turns out, that was a break.

Roberts had to keep starting shortstop Charlie Culberson in left field when he ran out of healthy outfielders, and the utilityman delivered a double that scored Corey Seager with the winning run in the 10th inning to give the Dodgers a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants.

The second consecutive extra-inning affair between the National League West rivals didn’t have the dramatics of Friday’s no-hit bid by Los Angeles rookie Ross Stripling, but it ended better for the Dodgers, who won in San Francisco for only the third time in their last 13 visits.

“Big win for us,” Roberts said less than 24 hours after having been ejected from Friday’s 10-inning loss to the Giants. “For us to have a couple taken from us late, then get one for ourselves late … this gives us a chance to get even (Sunday).”

After the Dodgers scored in the ninth to tie the score 2-2 and force extra innings, Seager lined a one-out double against the sixth Giants pitcher, right-hander George Kontos (0-1), to trigger the winning uprising in the 10th.

Culberson, who had been 0-for-2 in the Dodgers’ first five games, followed with his second double of the game, scoring Seager with the difference-making run.

“Very happy for him,” Roberts said of Culberson, who made the Dodgers’ Opening Day roster in spring training in part because of all the injuries.

“Charlie is here for all the right reasons. He worked hard in the spring. That was one of my great joys — telling him he made the team.”

Closer Kenley Jansen, the 16th player used in the game by Roberts, pitched a 1-2-3 bottom of the 10th to get his second save.

“Six days in,” Roberts said of his first week as a major league manager. “I’ve checked a lot of boxes already. My lineup card is a mess. But we got a win, which was great.”

Chris Hatcher (1-0), who pitched a scoreless ninth in relief of Clayton Kershaw, picked up the win.

After a 41-minute delay, the game began as a pitchers’ duel between left-handed aces Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner of the Giants, one it appeared Bumgarner was going to win before the Dodgers rallied to tie in the ninth.

Neither starter got a decision in a game that also ended in the rain.

The Dodgers extended the wet game in the ninth, scoring to make it 2-2 thanks to a fielding gaffe by second baseman Kelby Tomlinson.

Los Angeles, trailing 2-1, loaded the bases with one out against Giants closer Santiago Casilla on a walk, Yasiel Puig’s single and a hit batsman.

Chase Utley, one of five position-player replacements Roberts made in the game, scored the tying run when Tomlinson bobbled Adrian Gonzalez’s potential game-ending double play grounder.

The Giants got only one out at first base on the play as the tying run scored.

“You look at the inning,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy noted, trying to take the heat off Tomlinson. “A walk (and) a hit batsman didn’t help out. … In a game like that, you’re hoping you have the lead with your closer out there. Just didn’t work out today.

“Great game. They did a good job of battling back and give them credit for it. We did it the first two games. It’s been a great series, exciting games. This was one that got away from us today.”

While they were in the game, Bumgarner continued his recent dominance of Kershaw, both on the mound and at the plate, hitting and pitching the Giants into their late lead.

Giants shortstop Ehire Adrianza broke a 1-1 tie with a home run in the fifth, providing the one-run difference before Los Angeles rallied in the ninth.

Bumgarner limited the Dodgers to one run and six hits in six innings and also got to Kershaw for a home run that provided the first run of the game in the bottom of the second.

Bumgarner walked one and struck out eight.

“They’ve got a good team over there,” Bumgarner said. “Every day you go out there, it’s not going to be easy for you, so you have to battle, and that’s what we did.

“Would have sure been nice to pull that one out, but that’s the way it goes.”

Kershaw went eight innings, allowing two runs and four hits. He walked one and struck out five.

“Awesome,” Kershaw said of the win. “Anytime you can come back off a closer, as good as he is …… it was awesome.”

The matchup of All-Stars was the fifth in the last two seasons. The Giants won three of the four last season.

The high-profile duo is scheduled for a rematch Friday in Los Angeles.

Bumgarner’s home run was his second off Kershaw and the 12th of his career, tying him with the Baltimore Orioles’ Yovani Gallardo for the most among active pitchers.

No other player has hit more than one homer off Kershaw since the start of the 2015 season.

The run snapped a 22 1/3-inning scoreless streak during the regular season for Kershaw, dating to October.

“Any time you give up a home run to a pitcher, it doesn”t feel good,” said Kershaw, who was seen yucking it up with his rival as Bumgarner was receiving his Silver Slugger award Friday night.

“The pitcher is supposed to be the easiest hitter.”

Kershaw struck out Bumgarner in his next at-bat, but Adrianza, making his first start of the season in place of Friday’s hero, Brandon Crawford, belted the next pitch just inside the foul pole to give the Giants the lead.

The home run was Adrianza’s first of the season and second of his four-year major-league career.

The Dodgers’ run against Bumgarner came in the third, when Scott Van Slyke was brushed on the left elbow with a pitch with the bases loaded, forcing in Enrique Hernandez, who opened the inning with a single.

Van Slyke left the game immediately after getting hit, complaining of back pain.

NOTES: X-rays taken on Scott Van Slyke’s back were negative and the injury is not considered serious. … Before the game, the Dodgers placed LF Carl Crawford (sore back) on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Friday. Crawford became the 11th Dodger to go on the disabled this season. The Giants have had none. … INF Micah Johnson was promoted from Triple-A Oklahoma City to take Crawford’s spot on the roster. Johnson’s flight from the Midwest was delayed Saturday, and he didn’t show up at AT&T; Park until the seventh inning. He nonetheless got into the game and went 0-for-2. … The Giants have hit at least one home run in each of their first six games, which equals a record set in 1948 and tied in 2000. … There have been only five rainouts in the history of AT&T; Park, which was built in 2000. … The Giants made 1B Brandon Belt’s contract extension official Saturday. He got his 2016 deal, originally set for $6.2 million, torn up as part of the new contract, which runs through the 2021 season. No financial terms were announced.


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