Quarter-pole report


Kelvin Kuo/US PresswireRod Barajas could become the second player in Dodger history, after Marquis Grissom in 2001, with at least 20 homers and fewer walks than homers.

By around the middle of the fifth inning today, the Dodgers will have completed 25% of their 2011 regular season. Here are the paces some of their most frequently used players are on:

Andre Ethier: 16 homers, 219 hits, 41 doubles, 117 strikeouts
Matt Kemp: 28 homers, 49 steals in 61 attempts, 203 hits, 81 walks, 101 RBI, 36 doubles, 138 strikeouts, 162 games
Jamey Carroll: 0 homers, 158 games, 178 hits, 12-for-12 stealing
Rod Barajas: 28 homers, 20 walks, 57 RBI, 134 strikeouts
James Loney: four homers, four steals, eight doubles, 49 RBI, 32 walks, 73 strikeouts
Juan Uribe: 24 doubles, 24 walks, 12 homers, 126 strikeouts

Clayton Kershaw: 20-12, 239 innings, 81 walks, 259 strikeouts
Chad Billingsley: 8-12, 227 1/3 innings, 85 walks, 203 strikeouts
Hiroki Kuroda: 16-12, 215 1/3 innings, 53 walks, 166 strikeouts
Ted Lilly: 12-12, 178 1/3 innings, 36 walks, 117 strikeouts
Kenley Jansen: 0-0, 65 innings, 41 walks, 113 strikeouts
Matt Guerrier: 8-8, 81 1/3 innings, 28 walks, 65 strikeouts

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