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Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Slaughter 1: Dodgers 16, Rockies 6Lazily on during yesterday's barbecue, the Dodgers pummeled the Rockies in the seventh for eight runs; yet, neither side homered whatsoever. Eric Stults, who struggled early, got chased in the fifth, and the Win Fairy bonked Will Ohman instead.
Slaughter 2: White Sox 17, Angels 3The point was supposed to be the Angels getting both Ervin Santana and Vlad Guerrero back on the field at the same time, but this team has a way of dashing high expectations almost every time. Vlad was 0-for-4, Santana didn't make it out of the second (and in fact failed to retire a batter), and the Angels once again showed why the mantra of health isn't quite enough. Santana's been called a two-pitch starter, which is to say he has nothing to fall back on when his stuff isn't there, and yesterday that flaw got exposed as it hasn't in quite a while.