Game 36, 2022

Diamondbacks at Dodgers, 7:10 PM PDT, TV: BS Arizona, SPNLA

RHP Merrill Kelly (3-1, 1.71 ERA) takes the ball for the D-Backs for Game Two of the twi-night double-header, while LHP Tyler Anderson (3-0, 4.40 ERA) goes for the Dodgers. Kelly’s won three of his last four starts, although he’s given up four runs in his last two. Anderson’s last start was awful; he gave up 7 runs on 10 hits. He dodged the loss as the Dodgers tied the game up but the bullpen gave up the lead.

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100 thoughts on “Game 36, 2022

  1. Snakes can’t go to the pen early because there’s a day game tomorrow, but they did anyway.

  2. In the old days, when the Dodgers carried 10 or 11 pitchers, they had six or seven players on the bench, and those guys would get starts in the second game of doubleheaders, particularly with a day game following the second game of a twi-night DH. Those days are gone, as are regularly scheduled Dodger doubleheaders at home. Our bench has three players generally.

  3. Dodgers run differential is back above 80 now. Better RD than the Yankees.

  4. I was given two field level fancy tix for tomorrow’s game. I’m worried all the runs are used up!

    • After an inauspicious beginning. Efficient, with only 82 pitches through seven.

  5. Dodgers must feel pretty comfortable falling behind. They have done it in so many games recently.

  6. Pads lasso Fillies 3-0. For what it’s worth, Harper has not returned to the Filadelfia lineup after his platelet injection.

    • I wonder if Dodgers try to stretch Price out for some starts or leave him as an old swing man.

        • Don’t know what they would get for him or who would want him, but I still wonder if he gets traded.

  7. After tonight’s game, Dodgers can be no worse than tied for first with the Pads.