Dodgers' offense held in check, Rockies finally win in L.A.

Orange County Register
Dodgers' offense held in check, Rockies finally win in L.A.
Dodgers' offense held in check, Rockies finally win in L.A.

LOS ANGELES — Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are still waiting. Like the rest of the crowd at Dodger Stadium Saturday night, they had every right to expect the Dodgers' offense to erupt and ruin another visit to Los Angeles for the Colorado Rockies. After all, the Rockies had lost 12 consecutive games at Dodger Stadium (matching the longest losing streak by any visitor to the ballpark) — a stretch that included the historic 'Rookie Walkoff Weekend' earlier this season. And the Dodgers had averaged 7.8 runs per game while beating the Rockies in 14 of their first 17 meetings this season, regardless of location. The anticipated rally never arrived, however. The Dodgers managed just six hits in a

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