Dodgers, Kershaw shut out Rockies

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Dodgers, Kershaw shut out Rockies

Colorado’s four-game win streak ends
Dodgers third baseman Luis Cruz dove to catch a ball hit by Josh Rutledge of the Rockies on Friday night in Los Angeles. Rutledge was safe at first on the play.
A fan catches a three-run home run by Shane Victorino of the Dodgers on Friday night. The Dodgers won 8-0.
Rockies rumpus

Dodgers P Clayton Kershaw struck out at least 10 for the third time this season and 18th in his career. ... Los Angeles earned its first shutout win since Aug. 19, a 5-0 victory at Atlanta. ... The Dodgers sent INF Stefan Jarrín, the son of Dodger Spanish-language broadcaster Jorge and grandson of Hall of Famer broadcaster Jaime, to Philadelphia as the player to be named later in the July 31 Victorino trade. The 22-year-old Jarrín batted .209 with three homers and nine RBI in 26 games for the rookie-level Arizona League Dodgers. ... Tony Orlando serenaded Tom Lasorda with “Happy Birthday” between innings. Lasorda, who turned 85 last weekend, received a standing ovation from the crowd and both teams.

Dodgers, Kershaw shut out Rockies

Dodgers third baseman Luis Cruz dove to catch a ball hit by Josh Rutledge of the Rockies on Friday night in Los Angeles. Rutledge was safe at first on the play.
A fan catches a three-run home run by Shane Victorino of the Dodgers on Friday night. The Dodgers won 8-0.
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