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Dodgers Rebound Against Marlins

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After they couldn’t quite complete the comeback in last night’s 6-5 loss to the Florida Marlins, the Dodgers uncoiled against them and their starter Chris Volstad (4-8) in their 7-3 win.

“Everybody’s making their contribution,” Dodgers’ manager Joe Torre commented about the win. “[Blake] DeWitt, a couple of stolen bases tonight. We just did a lot of good things tonight.”

In fact DeWitt stole his first two bases tonight en route to a total of five bases stolen by the Dodgers, their most since June 29, 2007 against San Diego.

“We’ve always talked about how we need to be aggressive and make things happen,” Torre said. “We’re playing with a lot of confidence right now.”