Philadelphia – Dodgers scored their first match on Wednesday three hours and 41 minutes before they hit their first strike. Los Angeles had the third pitcher on his night record before Phyllis made his first fucking night, which did not come just before
Philadelphia – Dodgers scored his first match on Wednesday three hours and 41 hours. minutes before they hit their first stroke. Los Angeles also had his third hit on the night record as a hit before Phyllis made his first knock on the evening, which did not come exactly five hours after the start of the race. Six and a half hours after Yok Pederson first entered the Civic Bank Park Box to face Phyllis Starter Nick Piveta ̵
This is the night – and the morning – in Philadelphia, where David Freise hit a two-month homer in the seventh and
"I'm glad we got it," said Freeze. "And" W "obviously Quick turn around now These are easy games to let her get out But we stick to it We remarked late JT had a nice Homer to separate it
Thursday's game will be for the second time this series will be played on minimal sleep, although at least this time Phyllis will deal with the same problem.Los Angeles arrived at his hotel team at approximately 4:30 pm ET on Monday after the Boston victory from 12 innings in Sunday night
Less than 15 hours later, Dodgers left and defeated Phyllis, 16-2, behind a pair of hosts from Cowdy Belling Dr, who said he "drank two Red Bulls" to prepare for this one. "Freise took a very different approach during a long delay on Wednesday." "I always find time to annoy," said the smiling frieze slept at a training table in the visiting club while others were playing cards or listening to music
This would give the 36-year-old a little head start to his teammates who fought to catch the first bus to the hotel to sleep. Pederson slipped his head into the club to give every 10 minutes a warning of the initial departure from the bus, sending several players to run to the shower and others going out of the door. "It's different, but we've all been at this point – maybe more than once," Freise said. "We'll be fine."
Kent Maeda puts two carefree inning while firing (19459019) Casey Sadler took over after the long cut and withdrew from the first two strikes he faced before stepping on Scott Kungery
"It was three or four days long, manager," said Dave Roberts, "but it was good, because as tired as the boys, we did not really take him to the field, which was great."
is a quick nap at the hotel or a pair of Red Bulls, Dodgers insist they will be ready for another quick twist on Thursday – even if the days start to merge at that moment.
"Just like a couple of days ago – it was here, right?" A few days ago, we went into a small apartment, but then put it in a couple of innings, "said Freeze. "
Paul Kasela is a reporter / editor for MLB.com in Philadelphia, followed by Twitter @ paul_casella