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Dodgers manager Don Mattingly discusses Rubby De La Rosa's performance versus the New York lineup.
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-- done obviously -- was are going pretty good there with no hitter through five and in the sixth inning we obviously. Flood gates open what what changed in your mind what you saw out there -- them. Not a whole lot of computer is back up the next inning and goes along really well. You know I got a couple hits you know down the line over there it's -- got on a quick cherished and never looked anything. Two or they weren't said that anything. Lot of times in a situation like that do you Derek. And your composure mostly young pitcher I would be thinking he handled himself in this situation considering how well he was going -- and also those runs pop up. -- -- -- -- -- You know really really is is pretty. Pretty solace Favre found himself -- I am so find a way to bounce back next inning was. That kind of shows what kind of curious. But what your offense Scioscia two runs on the board early had a lead and then besides Tony -- doubled and Aaron and Elias hits were hard to -- -- Yet that was symmetry in nearly getting things going and I think we have one more shot in there. Good guy you know other than double in their and then when that is the -- double in the morning when the game in. Frustrating when you see that it can happen consistently where he does give you get on his kingdom over get him in all the talk more consistent basis well. It's frustrating from the standpoint review pitch scared me in. -- really early and and you know have a chance or an on -- is not able to do it and that mean we didn't do anything at that.