Dodgers still look lost in AL games

Boston hands L.A. a 5-4 loss, serving as an example of the team's interleague woes

Updated: June 19, 2010, 11:14 PM ET
By Tony Jackson | ESPNLosAngeles.com

BOSTON -- Proving once again that American League ballparks are still where the Los Angeles Dodgers go to die, the team at least went down fighting Saturday. In the end, though, all that mattered was that the Dodgers still went down.

In a game they probably were never going to win anyway, the Dodgers fell to the Boston Red Sox 5-4 before 37,454 at Fenway Park when Dustin Pedroia, the former American League Most Valuable Player and the only batter Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton faced, poked ...

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