Cory Wade was the guy standing on the mound when the lead got away in the eighth inning, but he wasn’t the reason the GAME got away, or that the SERIES got away. That had everything to do with missed opportunities. The Dodgers left 11 men on base today, including the bases loaded twice, another guy on third who got there with nobody out and a total of seven of them in scoring position. For the series, they stranded 35 runners, 18 of them in scoring position and seven of them at third base. And they lost twice, by two runs the first time and one run the second. Go figure. Remember how offense was supposed to be this team’s strength? Well, it isn’t quite there yet. Dodgers fall to 2-2. On to Arizona. James McDonald against Jon Garland tomorrow night.