Game 68: Dodger ERAs go to die in loss to Giants.

The Dodgers ended their scoreless streak against the Giants after 31 innings Friday. Dodgers starter Mike Bolsinger allowed a grand slam to Buster Posey in the very next inning, and the Dodgers never led again in losing 9-4.

The box score is here. The photo gallery is here.

Former Dodgers outfielder Billy Bean, now MLB’s Ambassador For Inclusion, discussed the significance of LGBT Night at Dodger Stadium.

Game 67: 0-0 game ends with a #BalkOff.

Jimmy Rollins pointing

Jimmy Rollins points to Rangers pitcher Keone Kela, and umpire Marvin Hudson points to home plate, after Kela committed a balk in the bottom of the ninth inning, sending Kiké Hernandez home from third on Thursday. (Hans Gutknecht/Staff photographer)

The Dodgers won a game in their final at-bat Thursday. Although, that isn’t quite accurate because Jimmy Rollins was not credited with an at-bat when Kiké Hernandez got Keone Kela to commit a balk. The box score is one of the most interesting you’ll see all year, and it’s here. The photo gallery is here.

Brandon Beachy‘s career is being kept alive by a cadaver ligament and yeah, sometimes that’s a little scary.

Game 64: Globe Life Park isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Yasiel Puig

Yasiel Puig snaps his bat in frustration after striking out in the eighth inning of the Dodgers’ 4-1 loss to the Texas Rangers. (Associated Press photo)

ARLINGTON, Texas — A pairing of the second-highest scoring team in the National League and one of the American League’s premier hitter’s parks was not as advertised. Yasiel Puig‘s bat-breaking demonstration summed up the Dodgers’ frustration in a 4-1 loss to the Texas Rangers.

The box score is here.

The mechanical malfunction that forced the Dodgers’ team plane to land at LAX late last night spooked Kenley Jansen.