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Latest Juan Uribe Items
Yasiel Puig knew the question was coming.
After 10 pitching changes and more than 4 hours of baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers did what they usually do against the New York Mets lately.
Third baseman Juan Uribe was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday by the Los Angeles Dodgers due to a strained right hamstring.
Zack Greinke added to his century-best run on a historic night for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Scott Van Slyke and Juan Uribe each tied the score with a clutch home run for the Dodgers. Then it was Aaron Hill's turn to get an even bigger hit against Chris Perez.
Aaron Hill was having a miserable night at the plate until he got one more chance to redeem himself. A few well-chosen words of encouragement from manager Kirk Gibson didn't hurt.
Hector Sanchez had his wife and young daughter waiting in the parking lot. He had to do something to end the game.
A blown save by Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen in the ninth inning. A weak groundout by Andre Ethier in the 12th with the potential go-ahead run at third base. A costly wild pitch from Brandon League not long after that.
As the disappointment has diminished, Cameron Maybin can now marvel at his seemingly never-ending bad luck.