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Dodgers Find Offense And Wolf’s 100th Career Win

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In a highlight-laden game, a storm of Dodger-good and Padre-bad netted the Los Angeles Dodgers (81-56) a 7-4 victory.

The Dodger bats came alive, pitcher Randy Wolf mowed down Padres batters like it was his job (which it actually is,) and Padre shortstop Everth Cabrera’s three errors bolstered the Dodgers run tally.

Retiring his final thirteen hitters, Randy Wolf (10-5) pitched seven dominant innings of two-run, four-hit, five-strikeout ball for his 100th career win.

“It took a long time but it was definitely nice to get that win,” said the Canoga Park-native, Wolf, who turned 33 last month.