Celebrities at Dodger Stadium
LA being LA, the list of celebrities attending the game is almost as important as the Dodgers' lineup. Here is the list as provided by the Dodgers' media relations staff: Vince Vaughn, Ellen Pompeo, Dennis Haysbert, Pierce Brosnan, Larry King, Paul Walker, James Denton, Isiah Thomas and Eric Balfour (yeah, we don't know who he is either).
--Jorge Arangure Jr. A SAVE FROM SVEUM (10:17 p.m. ET)
Brewers manager Dale Sveum had as much to do with keeping the Phillies off the board in the ninth inning as his closer did. After Salomon Torres loaded the bases by allowing three straight hits to kick off the ninth, Pedro Feliz hit what looked like your basic 5-4-3 run-scoring double-play ball. But hold on. Even though the Brewers turned that double play, and even though the runner on third (Ryan Howard) crossed the plate, second-base umpire Jim Joyce called obstruction on Shane Victorino for a late takeout slide on second baseman Craig Counsell. The run went up on the scoreboard. But out raced Sveum to confer with plate ump Brian Runge. Runge then motioned for a huddle with the other five umpires, and after a brief discussion of Joyce's call, Howard was waved out of the dugout and back to third base. The other Phillies runner, Greg Dobbs, was sent back to second base. And because Torres then retired Carlos Ruiz for the final out, the Phillies never did score in the inning. But if Sveum had never raised that point with Runge, no one ever would have noticed. So you can give this save to Salomon Torres AND his manager.
VILLANUEVA OUTHITTING FIELDER (9:20 p.m. ET)
Brewers reliever Carlos Villanueva marched up and got a hit in the sixth inning. Which means he now has more hits in this series than Prince Fielder (who's now 0-for-9 through six innings).
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks just left the game, before the top of the fourth inning, with what was announced as a sprained left knee. There was no immediate indication as to how Weeks injured himself. He was one of the few Brewers in the lineup with good career offensive numbers versus Jamie Moyer. Weeks came into the game 3-for-7 (.429) against Moyer, before grounding out to third in his only at-bat. He was replaced by Craig Counsell.
SELIG 'EMOTIONAL' OVER MILWAUKEE PLAYOFF (7:30 p.m. ET)
The commissioner himself, Bud Selig, was in attendance for Saturday's Brewers-Phillies game. And while the commish mentioned several times that he's "supposed to be neutral," he didn't even try to hide how much joy it gave him to see a postseason baseball game being played in his hometown.
RARE WALKS FOR MOYER (7:12 p.m. ET)
Jamie Moyer had a first inning like few he's ever had in his life.
• May 19, 1997 against Anaheim -- Tony Phillips and Darin Erstad