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’75, a year after the Dodgers.Not until Tuesday night at Fen

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DENVER — Zack Greinke Bryan Holaday Jersey , who relies more on guile these days but is still very effective, will start Tuesday for the Arizona Diamondbacks against the Colorado Rockies.The Diamondbacks could use a strong start from Greinke (13-9, 3.08) after getting pounded 13-2 by the Rockies on Monday in the opener of a key four-game series. The Rockies (79-64) lead the National League West by 1 1/2 games with the Diamondbacks (76-68), losers of eight of their past 10 games, in third place, 3 1/2 games behind and four games back for the second NL wild-card spot.In his last outing Thursday, a no-decision against Atlanta, Greinke gave up a season-high tying five runs (four earned) in 5 1/3 innings. It was just the second time in 15 starts that Greinke allowed four earned runs, a stretch in which he’s 8-4, 2.40 with 20 walks and 90 strikeouts in 97 2/3 innings while holding opponents to a .211 batting average.Article continues below ...Overall, Greinke has 180 strikeouts, which ranks sixth in the NL, and just 37 walks in 181 1/3 innings, the fourth most in the league.“He’s smart, he knows hitters very well,” said Rockies right fielder Carlos Gonzalez, who has hit five home runs against Greinke, tied with teammate Trevor Story and Jason Giambi for the most Greinke has allowed to any hitter. “He knows how to keep you off his pitches. He nibbles a lot, and he gets calls because normally they’re really close. He’s going to try to be super fine or super far away from you. With a guy like him, we just got to be patient and at the same time, don’t miss that pitch (to hit) because that one pitch is all he’s going to give you (that at-bat).”Greinke is 2-0, 2.33 in three starts against the Rockies this year and 11-5 Brad Ziegler Jersey , 3.75 in 28 games (27 starts) against them. He’s 4-1, 4.20 in 11 games (10 starts) at Coors Field.Antonio Senzatela (4-5, 4.92) will start for the Rockies. He’s 2-4, 4.47 in nine starts since returning to the rotation July 3. Senzatela is 0-2, 6.75 in two games (one start) against the Diamondbacks this season and 0-3, 8.27 against them in six games (two starts). In his last start Wednesday against San Francisco, Senzatela allowed a career-high tying nine hits and three runs in five innings and ended up with a no-decision in Colorado’s 5-3 win.If the Diamondbacks have a save situation in the ninth, they won’t be turning to Brad Boxberger to get the final three outs. Arizona manager Torey Lovullo announced before Monday’s game that he has pulled Boxberger from the closer’s role. He has 32 saves in 39 chances, but in four games this month, Boxberger is 0-3, one-for-two in save situations and has allowed five hits, three walks and six runs in two innings.Lovullo said he told Boxberger after Sunday’s game the Diamondbacks would rely on matchups in the ninth inning. On Sunday, Boxberger came on with the Diamondbacks leading Atlanta 5-4 and gave up two singles to start the inning and Ender Inciarte’s three-run homer.Lovullo said Boxberger was “on board” with the decision but obviously disappointed.“But at this point in time,” Lovullo said, “we just feel like we got to maximize every situation and every opportunity to get 27 outs. He’s still in that equation. It just might be done a little bit different.“It’s going to be done by matching up, trying to get through the situation the best that we can based on the hitters that are coming up and who’s available in the bullpen. With nine outs remaining, I typically was counting how to get through six outs. The only thing that will change is (I’ll) probably manage how to get nine outs because I was handing off that ninth inning to ‘Box.’ “ BOSTON (AP) — It took more than a century for these clubs to finally meet again in the Fall Classic.They had plenty of stars, especially during baseball’s Golden Era — Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson and The Duke of Flatbush, among them.But a World Series between the Red Sox and Dodgers just wasn’t part of the program.Or was it?Because a lucky few still have a souvenir of their greatest near-miss: a copy of the “official program” for the 1946 World Series between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox.Of course, they didn’t play that year, it was a phantom series. The St. Louis Cardinals swept Brooklyn in a best-of-three playoff for the NL pennant http://www.twinsfanproshop.com/authentic-rod-carew-jersey , and went on to beat Boston in Game 7 for the championship.“We never met the Red Sox,” longtime Brooklyn pitcher Carl Erskine, now 91, reminisced this week. “I pitched in the World Series five different years, always against the Yankees. I never got to pitch at Fenway Park.”Even so, the Harry M. Stevens company was prepared. That was the concessionaire for the Dodgers, Yankees and Giants, and it needed to be ready in case the Dodgers advanced.So it printed up the program for games in Brooklyn, just in case. Featuring a neat, overhead photo of Ebbets Field on the cover, the 40-page booklet was priced at 25 cents.Inside, the expected lineups and batting orders were listed. Eddie Stanky, Pee Wee Reese and Carl Furillo would be starting for the Dodgers, and Williams, Johnny Pesky, Dom DiMaggio for the Red Sox.Brief bios were done on the players. The write-up on Williams noted, “he’s the only .400 hitter in the past decade.”A fast recap of the season mentioned Branch Rickey, saying, “the 1946 pennant of the Dodgers marks his first triumph as president and part owner of the Brooklyn club.”There were plenty of ads, including this one signed by the president of the Brooklyn Trust Company: “Congratulations! We join with the millions of other baseball fans in offering congratulations to the Brooklyn Dodgers upon their winning the National League pennant.”What happened to most of those programs, no telling. But some show up for sale on the internet for several hundred dollars.Years later, the clubs came close a couple times.The Red Sox next went to the World Series in 1967 Brian Dozier Jersey , a season after the Los Angeles Dodgers made it. Boston was back in ’75, a year after the Dodgers.Not until Tuesday night at Fenway will they square off for real in October, for the first time since Babe Ruth and the Red Sox beat Brooklyn in 1916.Erskine said he’d be watching this week from his home in Anderson, Indiana, cheering for his old club.He signed with the Dodgers in 1946 at age 19 and played that season in the Class B Three-I League, which had teams in Illinois, Indiana and Iowa.Erskine recalled rooting for Brooklyn in the NL pennant playoff — the Dodgers lost 4-2 at Sportsman’s Park in St. Louis, then fell 8-4 at home. The World Series began three days later at the Cardinals’ field.The next year, big league baseball changed forever when Jackie Robinson joined the Dodgers and broke the color barrier. He played that fall when Brooklyn took on the Yankees.“I remember listening to that World Series on the radio. We didn’t have television back home,” Erskine said. “I couldn’t have imagined I’d be playing with Jackie in the majors the next year.”Erskine indeed made his debut in 1948. In 1953, he set a World Series record with 14 strikeouts in a game, fanning Mickey Mantle all four times he came to the plate in a 3-2 win at Ebbets Field.Erskine saw a lot of the Yankees over the next several years. But he never ran across the Red Sox in a game that counted.“They had good clubs in those days, but the Yankees were dominant,” Erskine said.“It’s funny, the Red Sox had wanted to sign me,” he said, laughing. “Who knows, if I had signed with them, maybe there would have been a Red Sox-Dodgers World Series.”
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