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Dodgers Web musings: Is it safe to attend games at Dodger Stadium?

April 3, 2011 | 11:22 am


-- The Times’ T.J. Simers doesn’t think the Dodgers should treat the parking-lot beating like some isolated incident.

-- The Times’ Dylan Hernandez on the Dodgers’ 10-0 loss Saturday before their smallest weekend home crowd against the Giants in eight years.

-- ESPN/L.A.’s Tony Jackson said for the first time reliever Kenley Jansen looked unsure of himself, though no one is ready to panic.

-- Hernandez on Ted Lilly’s rocky first start.

-- The Riverside Press-Enterprise’s David Lassen said the shutout could hardly be viewed as a surprise given the lineup the Dodgers threw out Saturday.

--’s Ken Gurnick said the Giants won the battle of reserves.

-- Paul Oberjuerge said going to a game at Dodger Stadium can feel plain dangerous.

-- CBS Sports’ Scott Miller took a look at the first two games of Don Mattingly, the non-sentimental manager.

-- Yahoo Sports’ Tim Brown
said Matt Cain’s dominant performance over the Dodgers simply continued the way he ended last season.

--- Sports Illustrated’s Joe Posnanski finds his 32 best players in baseball. On his next 32, maybe he’ll find a Dodger.

-- Steve Dilbeck

Photo: Robert Alvarez, who has attended opening day each year since his childhood, gets ready for the Dodgers-Giants game on Thursday with 4-month-old son Bobby Javier. Credit: Christina House / For The Times