This one is just flying by, with seven innings complete in about an hour and forty minutes. Only five hits in the game, and the scoring stopped after the second.
The Dodgers put together back-to-back doubles in the first to score their first run, and James Loney hit a two-run homer in the second to cap the scoring at 3.
Hiroki Kuroda is in the midst of one of his masterful performances, it seems. He’s allowed only two baserunners in seven innings pitched. His only blemish is a Paul Konerko solo shot in the second.