Game 119, 2022

Marlins at Dodgers, 6:10 PM PDT, TV: BSF, SPNLA

LHP Braxton Garrett (2-6, 3.67 ERA) pitches for the Marlins and RHP Dustin May (0-0, 0.00 ERA) makes his first start for the Dodgers in 15 months after Tommy John surgery. Garrett hasn’t won a game in August but after two losses his last start was good: he threw six shutout innings last week. May had several good rehab outings:

May began his rehab assignment with the Arizona Complex League Dodgers on July 16, and he advanced to making five starts for Triple-A Oklahoma City. The right-hander threw 70 pitches over five innings on Sunday for his final tuneup, and completed an additional 10 throws in the bullpen.

May has already stretched out to five innings, which has him in position to take on a normal workload upon being reinstated from the IL. May has allowed just three runs over 16 innings pitched (1.69 ERA) and collected 26 strikeouts in his rehab starts.

En route to collecting 10 strikeouts in his final rehab start for Oklahoma City, May pitched an immaculate inning. Each of his three strikeouts during the feat were looking.

From MLB: The Dodgers are on a run not seen in decades.

Today in Dodgers’ history:

  • 1945 Dodger shortstop Tommy Brown becomes the youngest player (17 years, eight months, and 14 days) in major league history to hit a home run. The round-tripper by ‘Buckshot,’ who started his career as a 16 year-old high school student, will be the only run Brooklyn scores off 30 year-old Pirates southpaw Preacher Roe, who goes the distance in the 11-1 rout of the home team at Ebbets Field.
  • 1974 In an 18-8 rout of the Cubs, the Dodgers collect 24 hits and set a club record with 48 total bases, including Davey Lopes’ three home runs, double, and single. The Dodger second baseman’s 15 total bases are the most ever for a leadoff hitter.
  • 1978 In the visitors’ clubhouse at Shea Stadium, Dodger Blue becomes black and blue when Steve Garvey confronts teammate Don Sutton about a Washington Post story in which the pitcher is critical of him. After the right-hander confirms he had made the comments, the argument becomes physical when he makes an inappropriate remark about the first baseman’s wife.

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64 thoughts on “Game 119, 2022

  1. The Pedro Báez era is over, as the Dodgers have released him following a horrendous AAA outing yesterday.

    • The Marlins’ Twitter account has made no mention of that. They have Hoeing as the starter in the lineup post, but no separate Tweet about Garrett’s status or Hoeing’s callup.

  2. The Beerboys’ lights-out closer Devin Williams went the full Broxton today – blew a one-run lead before getting pulled after 37 pitches in the ninth. Milwaukee then also blew leads in tenth and eleventh to lose 6-5.

  3. Link: having the same commenting issues tonight, like on Thursday. No issues Friday, though.

  4. WD: I see where the Canadian team in the Little League World Series is 2-0 and hasn’t allowed a run. Is the team from British Columbia?

      • It may have been at an indoor event I attended for the local University of California alumni organization two weeks ago today, or perhaps on the train I took to the Dodgers-Giants weekday game two days earlier. Foolishly, I didn’t have my mask on at all times. I had gotten both vaccinations but only one of the two booster shots.

        • We’re double-boosted, but I still mask almost everywhere. Only exception is late-night dog walk, when there’s rarely anybody else out. We have eaten indoors at a restaurant, but had almost an entire dining room to ourselves.

  5. Thompson starting in left over Taylor, who has 19 Ks in 41 at bats and seven hits since returning.