Glaus had a pair of doubles and two RBIs for his third straight multi-hit game in a 4-2 victory on Monday. He is batting .571 (8-for-14) with five RBIs in that stretch and has seven RBIs in four games against Los Angeles this season.
Monday’s game also marked Glaus’ first appearance in Southern California since leaving the Angels after seven highly productive seasons.
Shawn Green also made his return to Los Angeles on Monday. Green, who played for the Dodgers from 2000-04, was greeted by a nice ovation from the fans in his first at-bat in the first inning.
“It’s a little weird being on the other side of the field, but it’s going to be fine,” Green said. “I’ve moved on and I guess the best way to describe how I feel is that I left a job with an old company and now I’m playing for a new team.”
Green lined an RBI single in that at-bat to extend his modest hitting streak to five games.
Although the Dodgers have scored 109 runs to lead the National League, their offense has generated three runs or fewer in four of the last six games.