Clayton Kershaw breezed through his start last night to win his 14th game, a career high. Matt Kemp homered. Tony Gwynn had three hits and did some spectacular base running. Justin Sellers had his first major league hit.
The Dodgers have won two in a row with a chance for a sweep today. Sweet.
Too bad the Dodgers can’t play the Astros every day.
This Day in Dodgers History
On August 14, 1919 – In a total of two hours and seventeen minutes, the Dodgers and Cubs split a doubleheader. In the opener, the Cubs blank Brooklyn 2-0 in one hour and 10 minutes and in the nightcap it takes the Dodgers one hour and 7 minutes to shut out Chicago, 1-0.