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Patrick O'Neal and Steve Lyons talk about Rubby De La Rosa's struggles and discuss the Dodgers' trades.
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It was Steve lines -- Patrick go to -- Dodgers lose today they've they've made a run at the Diamondbacks at the end -- here out if they're four for -- that opportunity that I made it out game over. And the Dodgers lose the series to the 130 pitches. Hey -- I -- just on too many pitches having this is the guy that's got to live fastball that He has to -- that -- -- throw strikes with it. Obviously his secondary pitches are still something that he's worked on the breaking balls. But -- -- to break those out after -- ahead in the count He needs a big guy right now in my opinion that's got to go in and out in and out in and out with his fastball. -- guys in off the plate go away command not fastball somehow throw strikes and to get ahead of guys breaking ball up there just to show -- and not sit bumped bounced balls all day long. But you can't not be -- over a hundred pitches and -- -- form by then and the loss of it's if the fans that your impression of the deals with the Dodgers made at the deadline you know obviously the deals that the Dodgers made they were sellers this year -- wanna be sellers that they. They they put Rafael Furcal to a better situation they get somebody for him. They trade -- -- Robinson and they get some prospects for him a few of them. Including a catcher that has a chance. To fight for a starting job next year out of spring training so we'll see -- that all plays especially two Dodgers for the club -- free agency to have the job who knows that's all right that's gonna do it for us Sierra. Again on Monday down at San Diego you can check that doctors thought. We Steve know -- it's it's there.