Anderson gets through 5

Anderson gets through 5 innings

In a Thursday getaway game the Dodgers lost to the Cubs and former Dodger pitcher Brett Anderson who

threw 5 shutout innings giving up 3 hits and 4 walks. Hyun-Jin Ryu took the loss, giving up 4 runs on 6 hits in 4 and

2/3 innings, including home runs to Anthony Rizzo and Addison Russell. The Dodgers offense was 0-10 with

runners in scoring position and left 9 runners on base. The Dodgers bats continue to be cold and Manager Roberts

simply put it “they are trying to do too much”. Hopefully for Dodger fans they better get on track soon as they play

the hot Diamondbacks this weekend at Dodger Stadium.

In Baseball history today in 1883 then President Chester A Arthur who stated “Good ballplayers make

good citizens” as he invited the Forrest city Ball club from the National Association to the White House, Making

them the first team ever to visit the president at the nation’s capital. On a personal note one of my favorite players

Pete Rose got his first major league hit on this date in 1963, it was a triple off of the pirates. Charley Hustle would

end up with 4,256.

CBS Sports Baseball Scout Analyst Jason Rutherford