LA 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 0 2 10
Col 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 8
Date of game: 9/2/2013
Game Log
Bottom Inning 9
Charlie Culberson grounded out short to first. None on with two outs and Jordan Pacheco due up.

Top Inning 9
Mark Ellis bunt single to the pitcher. On the play, Andre Ethier advances to third. Runners on first and third with none out and A.J. Ellis due up.

Bottom Inning 8
Michael Cuddyer grounded into a double play, third to second to first. On the play, DJ LeMahieu out at second to end the inning.

Bottom Inning 7
Wilin Rosario struck out looking. None on with one out and Nolan Arenado due up.

Top Inning 6
Mark Ellis grounded out third to first. None on with two outs and A.J. Ellis due up.

Top Inning 5
Carl Crawford flied out to right to end the inning.

Bottom Inning 1
Josh Rutledge walked. Runner on first with none out and DJ LeMahieu due up.

Top Inning 1
Jordan Pacheco throwing error scored Carl Crawford with one out. NOTE: Credit Andre Ethier with an RBI. On the play, Hanley Ramirez advances to second and Adrian Gonzalez advances to third. Bases loaded with one out and Mark Ellis due up.

Top Inning 1
Yasiel Puig singled to right. On the play, Carl Crawford advances to third. Runners on first and third with none out and Adrian Gonzalez due up.

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