Braves 8, Dodgers 6

Sorry about the light blogging tonight. Internet went down several times at the stadium. To sum it up quickly (it’s late and I want to get out of here), Brad Penny and Tim Hudson didn’t come close to measuring up to their usual standards, and they were both gone after four innings, by which time it was 6-6 and it had taken an hour and a half just to get to that point. But the bullpens restored calm. The Braves bullpen restored calm better than the Dodgers’ did, and Chipper Jones hit two homers late. Dodgers left 11 runners on, six of them in scoring position, which is becoming a common refrain. They split the series, fall to 48-38 and remain a game behind the Pods. See ya tomorrow

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