The Dodgers pitcher, criticized for failing to protect teammates during the playoffs, then felled by a broken leg after slipping on ice in off-season, appears determined to set things right.

So, in his final two games, he gave up 11 runs in five innings, ripped by Philadelphia Phillies hitters at the plate, ripped by teammates in the clubhouse, booed by fans everywhere.



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