Dodgers' offense raises concerns

Hitting coach Pentland acknowledges issues after shutout but isn't going to panic

Updated: April 6, 2011, 2:18 AM ET
By Tony Jackson | ESPNLosAngeles.com

DENVER -- Jeff Pentland stood against a cinder-block wall in a long hallway leading to the visiting clubhouse at Coors Field on Tuesday night and delivered refreshingly candid answers about the Los Angeles Dodgers' offense, of which he is now fully in charge with Don Mattingly having moved up to the manager's office.

At a moment when he could have been forgiven for downplaying the fact the Dodgers had just been shut out for the second time in five games this season, this time 3-0 to the ...

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