Clutch hitting not Dodgers' strength

Again they struggle to get runners home from third as Angels pull away for 8-3 win

Updated: June 26, 2011, 2:10 AM ET
By Tony Jackson | ESPNLosAngeles.com

LOS ANGELES -- In theory, it's supposed to be all but automatic. A man on third with less than two outs. Countless ways to get him in. A fly ball. A ground ball. A base hit. Even if the other team is playing the infield in to cut off the run, that actually increases your chances because a well-hit line drive or well-placed grounder usually gets through.

So why are the Los Angeles Dodgers so lousy at it?

The Dodgers got a man to third with only one out in four consecutive innings against ...

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