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The Dodgers hung a six-spot in the inning against Martinez and reliever Heath Bell to go up 8-2.
He should sit with the catcher and review the last inning and the plan for the coming inning, referring to the pitching charts when necessary.
The Rangers jumped on him for two runs in the first inning when Michael Young reached on a single and Mark Teixeira hit his 30th home run of the season.
Maddux, who went 3-0 in his first six starts with the Dodgers, failed to complete the sixth inning in either of his past two starts, both of which were losses, leading to concern that he might have run out of gas.
Adrian Gonzalez walked with oneout in the second inning but was erased when Maddux snagged a line drive by Mike Cameron and doubled Gonzalez off first to end the inning.
Derek Lowe, who was nursing a shutout after four innings, suffered an inexplicable meltdown in the fifth inning.
The Orioles threatened to tie the score in the top of the fifth inning when Jay Gibbons and Kevin Millar began the inning by getting base hits off Weaver.
The two teams then exchanged runs in the sixth and were still knotted at 5-5 going into the bottom of the 10th inning in front of 44,697 at Dodger Stadium.
As such, this one was essentially over in the bottom of the second inning, when Eliezer Alfonzo's sacrifice fly to medium-depth right field scored Hillenbrand to give the Giants a 2-1 lead.
Back when Eric Gagne ruled this town, the ninth inning was showtime at Dodger Stadium.
The Angels rallied for four runs in the eighth inning to tie the score, but the Rangers won the opener of a four-game series 7-6 on a Mark Teixeira home run in the 12th inning off Kevin Gregg.
ANAHEIM -- The Angels simply refuse to let Jered Weaver lose a game, rallying for four runs Thursday in the eighth inning to get their rookie off the hook.