Monasterios comes up short vs. Angels

Rookie pitcher may be headed to the bullpen with return of Padilla

Updated: June 13, 2010, 11:05 PM ET
By Tony Jackson | ESPN Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES -- Any lingering questions as to whether Carlos Monasterios deserves more of a chance to remain in the Los Angeles Dodgers' starting rotation were quickly answered Sunday; almost as quickly as the rookie right-hander was sent on his not-so-merry way in the top of the third inning.

Proving again that in recent years they simply aren't in the same league, either literally or figuratively, with their crosstown rivals, the Dodgers fell to the Los Angeles Angels, this time 6-5 before ...

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