In another drama-filled, rainy extra-inning game, the Los Angeles Dodgers got right back into their first series with the San Francisco Giants as these clubs seek supremacy in the NL West come September — and ace Clayton Kershaw didn't even factor into the outcome this time.
Madison Bumgarner homered off his fellow ace lefty once again on a day both dazzled on the mound, yet neither had a decision to show for it in the Dodgers' 3-2, 10-inning win Saturday that gave Los Angeles a chance to split the four-game set.
And that's a big difference from trying to avoid a sweep.
"It does a lot," manager Dave Roberts said. "Sometimes you go and expect every...