Apr 9, 2013, 4:46 PM EDT
All that money, all those moves, and yet the Dodgers have Juan Uribe batting fifth tonight against the Padres.
Uribe is 0-for-6 this season, hit .191 last season, and has hit .196 with a .546 OPS in 145 total games for the Dodgers since 2011.
Of course, knowing how these things tend to work Uribe will probably go 4-for-4 with two homers batting behind Adrian Gonzalez. He has a good track record versus Padres starter Clayton Richard, which is I suppose how manager Don Mattingly justifies the whole thing.
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