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    Dodgers won by 6-1
    6/22/2008

    The game of the Dodgers versus Cincinnati was a fantastic one. It was attended by a crowd of 20,055 supporters on a Wednesday evening at the Great American Ball Park.

    On the other hand, Hiroki Kuroda was scheduled to start on Wednesday, but told the team a day earlier that he had a sore pitching shoulder. Lowe had already done a tiring off-day workout, by that point. He was moved up a day and took Kuroda's place, but knew not to expect much. Derek Lowe gave up three hits, with Edwin Encarnacion's solo homer, and matched his season high with six strikeouts. In addition, manager Joe Torre took him out after his 85th pitch in the sixth inning with Dodgers ahead 4-1.

    “I may be prouder of this game than any,” Lowe said. “It was an absolute struggle from the first pitch. You go out there and go as far as you can.”
    Derek Lowe finally broke through on the road against Arroyo, one of his teammates on Boston's 2004 World Series championship team.
    “He pitched a great game,” said Arroyo. “Once we got behind, you knew we weren't going to catch up.”

    Ken Griffey Jr. was out of the Reds' lineup for a second consecutive game because of sickness. Rookie Jay Bruce took his spot in right field and made two of the game's two best defensive plays. Bruce made a diving catch on Pierre's liner in the third, then an over-the-shoulder catch of Blake DeWitt's drive to the warning track.

    Meanwhile, Arroyo is in his own slump, going 0-2 in his last four starts with a 6.33 ERA. He gave up seven hits and six runs in 6 1-3 innings, and threw a wild pitch that let in a run. The team of Cincinnati lost for the 11th time in 16 games, a slump set up by their all-or-nothing offense. Cincinnati is 2-6 on a home stand that concludes Thursday, scoring a total of 17 runs. They're batting .179 on the home stand and are hitless in their last 17 at-bats with runners in scoring position.

    “We've been a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde team offensively,” said Baker. “We score a lot of runs, then we don't score any. We need Dr. Jekyll to show up.”

    Derek Lowe came up short for one reason or another, in each of his last 11 tries; no run support, no help from the bullpen, no breaks. Everything finally went what he worked for, on a night when he felt dreadful. He made his first road win since last August by pitching into the sixth inning, as the LA Dodgers defeated the Cincinnati Reds with a 6-1 win on Wednesday night. James Loney had a solo homer and a run-scoring double off Bronson Arroyo, sending the Dodgers to their sixth victory in seven games against Cincinnati this season. Juan Pierre broke the game open with a two-run triple in the seventh inning.

    “I don't know what it is about the Dodgers,”
    Reds manager Dusty Baker said.
    “They beat us pretty good.”
    Lowe had not beaten anybody on the road since the 22nd of August in Philadelphia. He went 0-6 in his next 11 starts away from Dodger Stadium. It wasn't entirely his fault. He often has pitched well enough, but the offense has let him down.

    Moreover, Andre Ethier, who brought a 2-for-20 slump into the game, had a run-scoring single among his three hits. Pierre's two-run triple in the seventh inning off reliever Jeremy Affeldt made it 6-1.

    “It's what managers like to see, when you score in one inning and another inning and another inning,” said Torre. “It's something we haven't done in a while, sustain some offense.”

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