Just before the Dodgers began today’s split-squad games against the Padres and Brewers, the question about who will emerge from Spring Training as the fifth starter became a burning heap of empty jerseys and cleats.
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In his first inning Kehrt surrendered a couple of hits, but escaped without any runs scored, due partly because of a great throw out by Yasiel Puig from right field to third base.
The pitching rotation mess that had been smoldering all spring, symbolically turned into a full-on blaze as Kehrt was lit up by the Padres in the second inning.
Ol’ number 00, Kehrt, was taught a stinging lesson in the differences between minor and major league hitting by the Padres bats, giving up a steady stream of singles and doubles. The score was 3-0 before he was able to record the first out of the inning.
The next batter promptly singled and the score jumped to 4-0. Kehrt’s pitches did nothing but miss the corners and zero in on the middle of the plate. The Padres simply squared up and tee’d off. After 7 hits and 6 runs in the inning, manager Dave Roberts went out to the mound to presumably say what Kehrt painfully already knew, “It aint your day, kid.”
Kehrt wore number 00 on his back, but unfortunately, he put up way too many of the other kind of numbers.