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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Dodgers Sweep Rocks: Dodgers 8, Rockies 6

Coming back from a 3-2 deficit, the Dodger pounded out five runs, including one on a Juan Pierre single; Pierre is still hitting out of his mind, retaining a .404 average this late in the season is pretty crazy. I would love to know when the last time someone has held a batting average over .400 so late was; I'd have to guess it was Chipper Jones' 2008, in which his average didn't fall under .400 for good until June 19.

Jonathan Broxton gave the Dodgers a good scare, coming into a Rockies rally that started with a Ryan Spillborghs single and a Seth Smith triple. Brox added fuel to the fire by walking the bases loaded and walking in a run, but he finally settled down to get Brad Hawpe to bounce out to short.

And the Dodgers continue to have the best record in baseball. Yikes.

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