And for dessert, crow pie

The inning just kept going from there. Gonzo doubled off the centerfield wall to score Kent and put the Dodgers in front. Nomar then hit a lazy fly ball to right field, so most of the Marlins started walking toward the dugout. But Jeremy Hermida tried to catch the ball one-handed (that’s the way these youngsters all seem to do it these days), and dropped it. That allowed Gonzo to score before Kemp, the ninth man to bat in the inning, struck out. After D.J. Houlton then walked the leadoff man in the sixth, Jeff Kent and Rafael Furcal turned one of the prettiest double plays ever on Miguel Olivo. Kent scooped it and dished to Furcal, who in one motion made a barehand catch and throw as he leaped over a sliding Hermida. Pods still losing. … Dodgers 5, Marlins 3, middle 6