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Hyun-Jin Ryu provides enough for Dodgers to slip by bottom-dwelling Marlins

LOS ANGELES - There was no earthquake like the 7.1-magnitute temblor that rattled Dodger Stadium on July 5, no strange atmospheric conditions or precipitation that would affect pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu's grip or footing on the mound.

Still, something about the Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander seemed askew Friday night. A control freak who had not walked two in an inning this season, Ryu walked two Miami batters in the second. He walked Miguel Rojas to lead

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