The Dodgers have scored two runs in the first three games in this series with the Brewers. My optimistic prediction of them winning two games in the poll question from the other day was blown away by the winds of…you know. So, like Princess Leia’s plea to Obi-Wan Kenobi, we can only ask the same of Kershaw.
This Day in Dodgers History
August 18, 1982 – In the second longest game in franchise history, the Cubs lose to the Dodgers, 2-1. The Wrigley Field contest, which is played over two days, takes a Dusty Baker sacrifice fly and 21 innings to complete.