Saturday, May 12, 2007

Dodgers Shut Out Reds

The first inning looked shaky from Randy Wolf, but he pitched himself out of baserunners and a high pitch count well enough to pitch 7 shutout innings and accrue 11 strikeouts against the Reds. Bronson Arroyo allowed two runs off a Russell Martin hit in the bottom of the first, and then pitched five shutout innings, but those two runs were all the Dodgers needed. Broxton pitched a good 8th inning and Takashi Saito, who has changed his entrance music to "Bad to the Bone," allowed a single and a walk, but then retired the next three batters for his 11th save this season and his 21st consecutive save over two years.

A crowd of just under 50,000 enjoyed not only the game a but a nice fireworks show afterwards.
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