Dodgers 7, Reds 4

Eric Stults was outstanding, going six innings and allowing three runs, only one of which was earned. With that, he matched his victory total from each of his first two seasons and ran his career mark to 3-4. James Loney had another big day, with a double and two singles. Matt Kemp had a big day, with a home run and a two-run double. And Stults even contributed at the plate with a perfectly executed hit-and-run through the left side of the infield when shortstop Paul Janish went to cover the bag with Angel Berroa breaking from first. That led to a Dodgers’ run on Juan Pierre’s subsequent bunt single. … Dodgers win their season series from the Reds for the fourth consecutive year, taking six of seven. Dodgers go to 34-38 with their first three-game winning streak since the last time they swept the Reds almost a month ago. Snakes and A’s are scoreless in the fourth.

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  • D’Accardo42

    Good to see some O this series. Hopefully it doesn’t go dormant against Lee, and Sabathia. Lee has obviously been great, and Sabathia pitched well his last two times out. Any word if we’ll call someone up to pitch saturday, or is that job going to either Chan Ho or Kuo?

  • Tony, any idea if the guy getting called up is Justin Orenduff or not? said it was “likely” to be him because he’s on the 40-man.