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Quarter-pole report

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Rod Barajas could become the second player in Dodger history, after Marquis Grissom in 2001, with at least 20 homers and fewer walks than homers.

Diamondbacks at Dodgers, 1:10 p.m.

  • Jamey Carroll, SS

  • Aaron Miles, 2B

  • Andre Ethier, RF

  • Matt Kemp, CF

  • James Loney, 1B

  • Dioner Navarro, C

  • Juan Castro, 3B

  • Tony Gwynn Jr., LF

  • Ted Lilly, P

By around the middle of the fifth inning today, the Dodgers will have completed 25% of their 2011 regular season. Here are the paces some of their most frequently used players are on:

Andre Ethier: 16 homers, 219 hits, 41 doubles, 117 strikeouts

Matt Kemp: 28 homers, 49 steals in 61 attempts, 203 hits, 81 walks, 101 RBI, 36 doubles, 138 strikeouts, 162 games

Jamey Carroll: 0 homers, 158 games, 178 hits, 12-for-12 stealing

Rod Barajas: 28 homers, 20 walks, 57 RBI, 134 strikeouts

James Loney: four homers, four steals, eight doubles, 49 RBI, 32 walks, 73 strikeouts

Juan Uribe: 24 doubles, 24 walks, 12 homers, 126 strikeouts

Clayton Kershaw: 20-12, 239 innings, 81 walks, 259 strikeouts

Chad Billingsley: 8-12, 227 1/3 innings, 85 walks, 203 strikeouts

Hiroki Kuroda: 16-12, 215 1/3 innings, 53 walks, 166 strikeouts

Ted Lilly: 12-12, 178 1/3 innings, 36 walks, 117 strikeouts

Kenley Jansen: 0-0, 65 innings, 41 walks, 113 strikeouts

Matt Guerrier: 8-8, 81 1/3 innings, 28 walks, 65 strikeouts