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Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Beat — Nay, Crush — The Giants: Dodgers 9, Giants 1

Minus Pablo Sandoval (fractured hamate bone), the Giants' offense looks to be mighty weak, especially given the dearth of other power options in a lineup not lately notorious for same. Last night's game was really an exhibition of just how long this season is likely to be for that team, helped along by three errors that only managed to create one unearned run, by third baseman Conor Gillaspie's throwing error in the sixth.

Barry Zito delivered a quality start (just) for the Giants, but it was enough for the win by the Dodgers, who then proceeded to pound on an assortment of relievers thereafter. Ted Lilly managed a good outing against a depleted lineup, and in his support, the Dodgers hammered away. Matt Kemp went 3-for-3 with a walk, and earned chants of "M-V-P", which, yes, he is playing like that, but then Giants beat writer and infamous gourmand Hank Schulman took offense to in one of the silliest columns ever. The fat is congealing in his brain, apparently.

ESPN BoxDodgers recap

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