"We had a quick four-run deficit and we were kind of playing back on our heels and not playing the way we were capable of doing," Ethier said. "But Gonzo and Matty came up with big hits right there and Haren did a good job from there on out and kept their guys off the bases."
"Sometimes you just have bad years and things don't come together the right way," Ethier said. "I wouldn't say you could blame it on the fact that the ownership's going through what they're going through. They have given us the people to go out and do it, and it's up to the players to execute and make it happen."