Dodgers fall to Milwaukee Breaks for sixth straight loss - Orange County Register

LOS ANGELES – The last time, they have stumbled into a quagmire.

It was the middle of last May. 8 ½ games out of first place in the National League West. Externally if not internally, Dave Roberts' look wobbly screenshot.

That is the Dodgers' current predicament.

As to 8 – 8. T San Diego Padres. T Only a Sunday afternoon NLCS rematch.

The attitude in the clubhouse?

"Amp center fielder A.J. They said. “It 's the same time. You have your streaks. ”

Especially here.

The Dodgers were 7-9 after 16 games a year ago; two years ago they were 8-8. Each time they played deeper into the world.

“It 's not so good to see. T

And for the sake of cause.

Zach Davies used a little more than her 90-mph fastball, a slower curveball and the even slower change. The Dodgers made seven outs via grounders, including three rally-killing double plays, compared to two fly-ball outs. Davies didn’t walk and batter and struck out six.

Cody Bellinger was a runner of the season, and solo shot to right field in the fourth. T Bellinger, who is the National League in home runs (9) and runs batted in (22).

“We really didn’t square many balls up tonight to be honest,” Roberts said. “(Davies) really pitched.”

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Rather than summon from the minor leagues, left-hander Caleb Ferguson was the first reliever up in a bullpen game.

After a scoreless first inning, Ferguson allowed to solo home run to Mike Moustakas in the second. . Then Yasmani Grandal clubbed and double to left Moustakas again. Moustakas walked on five pitches.

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