The lowest moment of James Loney's career?

April, 9, 2011
4/09/11
6:35
PM PT
Tie game, 11th inning, Juan Uribe on second with none out. A single gives you the lead. No double-play threat. Right-handed pitcher on the mound.

And Don Mattingly has James Loney bunt.

So much for Mr. RBI. If that's not the lowest moment of Loney's playing career, it's the lowest moment of Mattingly's managing career.

Loney took three pitches, fouled off a bunt, hit another foul swinging away, then popped out.

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TEAM LEADERS

WINS LEADER
Clayton Kershaw
WINS ERA SO IP
16 1.73 194 161
OTHER LEADERS
BAY. Puig .301
HRA. Gonzalez 18
RBIA. Gonzalez 90
RD. Gordon 73
OPSY. Puig .882
ERAC. Kershaw 1.73
SOC. Kershaw 194