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dodger

1. Nautical a canvas shelter, mounted on a ship's bridge or over the companionway of a sailing yacht to protect the helmsman from bad weather
2. Archaic US and Austral a handbill
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You've still got to locate the fastball and change speeds,'' Maddux said on the telephone Monday, ``Whether you're at Wrigley with the wind blowing out or Dodger Stadium on a beautiful night.
As it was, Dodgers reliever Danys Baez was touched for three runs in the ninth inning to eliminate any chance of the Dodgers rallying for a win in the bottom of the inning.
They had a washed-up pitcher with nothing to lose, a hard-nosed catcher and a powerful third baseman who were Dodger lifers, and the most acrobatic double-play combination in baseball.
Panda offers a variety of menu options at Dodger Stadium, including some of the restaurant's most popular items:
June 7, Dodger Stadium, Mets 9, Dodgers 7: This was the game that finally got Odalis Perez demoted to the bullpen, after he allowed seven runs on 11 hits in 3 2/3 innings.
And the 45-65 stolen-base man relates to the Dodgers' historical emphasis on speed (although no Dodger has led the league in steals since Davey Lopes in 1976).
It wasn't only in the AT&T Park visitors' clubhouse, all picked up after the wild-card clinching party the day before, that a case could be heard for the Dodgers to go farther than they have since the 1988 World Series championship.
Could the Dodgers and their fans imagine a sweeter setting for a playoff clinching party than here in the black heart of Giants country?
The Dodgers fell 1 1/2 games behind San Diego in the National League West and a half-game behind Philadelphia in the wild-card standings.
Who knew that the Orangey part of Los Angeles the renegade-red Angels call home could be so much different -- and apparently better -- than the ravine where the blue-blooded Dodgers have been squatting all these years?
But this time, it wasn 3/8t Ian Snell, the promising young right-hander who held them to one run through six innings before the Dodgers rallied in vain against the Pirates bullpen.
But San Diego's Terrmel Sledge managed to guide it into right field for a single the Dodgers might remember for a long, long time, easily scoring Khalil Green from second base.