Reading between the lines, however, it now seems likely that Alex Guerrero will move into a hybrid left field/third baseman role in Puig’s absence.
You could almost count the bright spots from a three-game sweep in San Francisco on one hand.
Mike Bolsinger looked really good in his Dodgers debut and might have earned a second start. (Hear from Bolsinger and Dodgers manager Don Mattingly “>here.)
Alex Guerrero hit his second home run in as many games. If you think he should be the Dodgers’ starting third baseman, Mattingly had a message for YOU before the game.
I also enjoyed this piece on Medium.com about the statistical implications of the (blown?) non-call that went against the Dodgers in the ninth inning Wednesday.
Monday night’s walk-off hero, Alex Guerrero, is back on the bench as promised, with Juan Uribe returning to the Dodgers’ starting lineup Tuesday against the Seattle Mariners after missing the last two games with a minor hamstring injury.
Here is Uribe taking ground balls at third base prior to the game: