That’s Rule #1 in JunkYard Dogology. You had better kill a junkyard dog, because, if you don’t, it will come back and bite you. And, bite Dodgers did last night, led by the biggest junkyard dog of them all, Jerry Hairston, Jr. – Five (count ‘em 5) freaking RBI’s by a lifetime journeyman utility player forced to hit 5th.
We have come to expect so much from Clayton Kershaw that we think he’s not pitching that well, even though he’s 5-3 with a 2.65 ERA. We all feel like there’s more… and there is.
Chad Billingsley goes against RH pitcher Blake Beavan – Butthead is in the pen.