WASHINGTON -- After starter Rich Hill exited the first inning after only two pitches due to a blister on his left middle finger in the second game of a split doubleheader Saturday against the Nationals, the Dodgers placed him on the 10-day disabled list..
by: Isaac Castro — Dodgers Nation 20 May
The Dodgers managed to take both of Saturday’s games from the Washington Nationals improving their record to 19 - 27, and moving within six games of the NL West leading Arizona Diamondbacks. Ross Stripling dazzled over 6 innings, and the Dodgers' offense.
by: Rowan Kavner — MLBlogs: Dodger Insider 20 May
Dodgers win 5–4 in Washington, despite losing Hill after two pitches against Scherzer
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 20 May
WASHINGTON (AP) — Rich Hill lasted just two pitches against the Washington Nationals.
by: Andy McCullough — Los Angeles Times: Sports Now 20 May
Kemp came off the bench to send the Dodgers to a 5-4 victory in the nightcap after the team rode Ross Stripling’s right arm for a 4-1 victory earlier in the day.
by: Bill Plunkett — Orange Country Register 20 May
Hill lasted only two pitches. The Dodgers’ bullpen carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning but gave up the early lead. Kemp’s clutch hit reclaimed it in the ninth.
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 20 May
They got the gutsiest effort of the season from Max Scherzer. They got a furious, four-run rally in the bottom of the sixth to give ...
by: Daniel Starkand — DodgerBlue 20 May
Led by Matt Kemp's ninth-inning double, the Los Angeles Dodgers came back to defeat the Washington Nationals to earn the sweep of the doubleheader.
by: Associated Press May 19, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 20 May
The left-hander's Saturday night start didn't quite go exactly as planned.
Sean Doolittle blows first save of season, Nationals drop 5-4 decision to Dodgers... - Federal Baseball
by: N/A — NBC Sports Washington 20 May
Sean Doolittle was 9 for 9 in save opportunities before he finally blew one tonight, giving up two runs in the ninth inning in a 5-4 loss to the Dodgers in Nationals Park.
by: N/A — MLB: Dodgers 20 May
WASHINGTON -- Dodgers starter Rich Hill exited the first inning after only two pitches due to an apparent finger injury on his left hand in the second game of a split doubleheader Saturday against the Nationals. Hill took to the mound staked to a 1-0...
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 20 May
Rich Hill lasted just two pitches against the Washington Nationals.
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