Someone wants to find something good out of last night's Schwedentrunk:
"I think the team will definitely hold on to this," manager Clint Hurdle said. "For us to continue to push the envelope and score late, that was good for us. We needed a rally like that."
But then watching the other team win the game after your team rallies, that's not "good for us."
Last night's batting order (Helton batting second, Hawpe fourth) will stay that way, until Hurdle wants to change it:
"I don't like lane changes and I try to give things some length," Hurdle said. "I think it's the best move for the club, and I think you can add significant value to the guys involved in the move. But first and foremost it will give us an opportunity to connect the dots from top to bottom."
Hurdle also says something about a motorcycle and Tulo in that article.
The Dodgers won 1-0 over the Angels without recording a hit. And the the game doesn't qualify as a no-hitter for Jered Weaver and Jose Arredondo.