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Dodgers with a 6-1 win today as Zack Greinke pitched 8 innings of one run ball in his first start at Petco Park since the confrontation with Carlos Quentin that left Greinke with a broken collar bone..ybp6{position:absolute;clip:rect(437px,auto,auto,436px);}secured payday loans online Home runs from Adrian Gonzalez and a shot from Hanley Ramirez into the top balcony of the Western Metal Supply building down the left field line fueled the team’s offense as the Dodgers snapped a two game losing streak and look to break even in the four game set tomorrow afternoon at Petco Park. Also, Eric’s Dodgers Blog is excited to announce that we will be in attendance at the July 6th game against the Giants in San Francisco at AT&T Park.  We will bring you the game day experience and commentary about what it’s like to experience this tremendous rivalry as a visiting fan. Keep your attention here to learn more about the Dodgers-Giants rivalry and find out how you could be featured on The Blog on July 6th in San Francisco. This article has been read (0) times
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