Los Angeles Dodgers (31-30) @ Colorado Rockies (28-31)
House of Horrors
Game 1. Friday, 5:40PM. SportsNet LA.
It wasn't quite the near-perfecto he threw in the previous start, but Ryu was effective Saturday, scattering 10 hits but allowing just two runs in six innings. Ryu had to deal with a few long innings on the bench, thanks to 12 runs from his offense.vs.
Butler, the Rockies' No. 2 prospect, will make his big league debut against the Dodgers on Friday. The 23-year-old righty went 4-4 with a 2.49 ERA at Triple-A Tulsa this season.
Game 2. Saturday, 1:10PM. SportsNet LA
Greinke surrendered four runs in six innings in a loss to Pitsburgh on Sunday, but that line doesn't quite do him justice. Two of those runs scored on a routine ground ball that became a hit because of an infield shift. He's been a consistent force.vs.
Chacin missed April with a right shoulder strain, and since returning has struggled at the beginning of games. In his last start, he gave up three first-inning runs on one hit and three walks.
Game 3. Sunday, 1:10PM. SportsNet LA
Kershaw was about as economical as it gets in his last start, using just 21 pitches to get through the first three innings and throwing 97 for the game. A two-run home run was the left-hander's only mistake in an otherwise fine performance.vs.
Jorge De La Rosa
The Rockies ace saw his six-game winning streak snapped in Monday's loss to the D-backs. De La Rosa matched his season high in innings pitched, limiting Arizona to three runs across seven innings despite not registering a strikeout.#ITFDB