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With the exception of one day in late May, the Dodgers have been in 1st place in the National League West since April 17th.

However, they currently have the defending world champion San Francisco Giants breathing down there necks, only a game and-a-half off of the pace.

Can the Dodgers continue to hold onto their stake of 1st place, as they have been doing all season ???

DODGERS PITCHERS, CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS STREAKS

1968:o Don Drysdale (58.67)

1988:o Orel Hershiser (59.00) *

2014:o Clayton Kershaw (41.00)

2015:o Zack Greinke (45.67)

* Streak does not include 8 scoreless innings pitched in Game 1 of the 1988 NLCS, or 2/3 scoreless innings pitched on April 5, 1989 to open the next season.

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He would be silly not to. Will be top pitcher on market.

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I'm looking forward to see who gets more in total money between Price and him. Price is two years younger.

I also don't see the Dodgers letting him get away.

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He would be silly not to. Will be top pitcher on market.

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I'm looking forward to see who gets more in total money between Price and him. Price is two years younger.

I also don't see the Dodgers letting him get away.

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