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Workhorse. In a season that has seen 12 different starting pitchers for the Los Angeles Dodgers thus far, that’s the only way to describe how Randy Wolf put the starting staff on his back from the end of June until early September. Wolf, in 14 starts from June 29-September 5, tossed 93.2 innings—good for an average of 6.2 innings per start. That is a almost a full inning longer than the Dodgers’ team average as a staff, which is 5.7 innings per start. Over the entire season, he leads all Dodgers' pitchers in innings pitched with 190. His single-season career high is 210.2 ('02 with Philadelphia).  In fact, he hasn’t lost a decision since Aug. 1, going 5-0 with a 2.52 ERA in that span. Despite his recent brilliance, Wolf was sidelined for his last start, which ...

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