It was the Dodgers and Giants! The heated rivalry! Excitement! Drama!
On the other hand, question marks surround both teams as they hover around the bottom of the NL West. Can Hyun-Jin Ryu put up a quality performance? Will the Dodgers get well against an injury-riddled rival? Do the Giants have enough to grit out a win against their sworn blue enemy? Here’s how it played out.
The Giants threatened with two out in the first, when Yasiel Puig came up huge on what at first looked like an RBI base hit to everybody – everybody but the Wild Horse.
Brandon Belt was on HIS horse, heading for home, Puig fielded the bouncer and came up throwing. He flung his dart perfectly, a few feet before the plate and on the basepath. Yasmani Grandal fielded it and swung around to tag Pence out, saving the run and ending the inning.
The Giants were insistent on scoring first, however, and they small-balled a run over in the second. The Dodgers seemed equally insistent on NOT scoring, as they went down in order through the first four innings.
Hyun-Jin Ryu did his part for victory tonight in limiting the Giants to a single run over six innings of mostly magnificent work. Things got a bit dicey in the sixth with two on and two out. The skipper went out to the mound, but Ryu convinced him that he wanted that last out, and more importantly, that he would get it. Roberts left Ryu in and he got that last out on a pop up to Justin Turner.
Ryu did everything the Dodgers could have asked for, but the question remained: Would the rest of the boys do their jobs and push some runs across the board?
Ryu was out, and Adam Liberatore was given the task of continuing to keep the enemy off the scoreboard. Liberatore worried everyone a bit too much with two base runners and only one out. So he was lifted for Josh Fields. He couldn’t get the job done and gave up a two run RBI. Giants 2 – Dodgers 0
The Dodgers finally got on the board in the top of the eighth as Chase Utley walked and survived outs all around him to bring home a lonely run. Giants up 2-1.
The Dodgers tried to make it interesting in the ninth, but instead turned everything into a comic-tragedy. Justin Turner blooped a single, brilliantly stole second, and then ridiculously ran himself into the third out. Turner was 75 feet toward third when Adrian Gonzalez struck out and Turner tried to return to second.
For the second time this season, the Dodgers made the third out at third base, this time to end the game. So they’re actually regressing. Technically JT was thrown out a second, but that probably wouldn’t have happened if he wasn’t cheating so dang far down the line to third. So it was the over-zealous pursuit of third that killed him.
Dodgers lose 1-2.
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Feelings: The Giants remembered Sergio Romo‘s service to the bay in a video tribute before the game. Romo was modestly well-received when he came in to pitch against his old team. He threw a scoreless eighth.
Hyun-Jin Ryu went six innings with 5 hits, 1 run, 3 Ks and 1 walk.