Dodgers 3, Reds 1

Most interesting thing that happened in this one was that Troy from West Virginia got hauled out by four cops, resisting all the way. According to the arrest report — which somehow had been posted above Joe Beimel’s locker by the time the game ended — he was charged with disorderly conduct (fighting) and resisting arrest. I asked Joe if he was going to go bail his No. 1 fan out of jail, and I got a very definitive NO. … Big night for Billingsley, who took a shutout into the seventh inning before Troy’s favorite player relieved him and got out of a mini-jam. Saito got his first save in almost a month (May 21 to be exact), and Jeff Kent went 3 for 4 with a double, a run and an RBI. … Dodgers improve to 32-38 and snap a five-game losing streak. Snakes are getting pounded 8-0 by the A’s, so unless they mount a comeback for the ages, the Dodgers will pick up a game in the standings.

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  • It amazes me how famous that guy has become on the Internet.


  • PDH5204

    Tony, since Mr. Beimel shamelessly and shamefully declined, I trust that you were there to bail out our man Troy. The man is legend.