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Just some footnotes and minor
2002-08-12 13:32
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Just some footnotes and minor corrections on Thursday's entry.
On July 29, the Dodgers were 10.5 games behind Atlanta.
On July 30, the Dodgers swept a doubleheader from the Braves, rallying from a 6-1 deficit to win the first game 10-9. The Dodgers ended up sweeping the four-game series with the Braves to pull within 6.5 games, then lost to Cincinnati to fall 7.5 games back.
Two victories over the Reds brought the Dodgers within 5.5 games. Then, with an extra-inning victory on August 5, the Dodgers won another four straight over the Braves - three in extra innings - to pull with 1.5.
Two more victories over the Reds gave the Dodgers eight wins in a row and 12 out of 13, and put them ahead of the Braves on August 10.

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