Dodgers stay up late, set LA record with 11th straight loss

The outcome may have been the same, but at least the opener at AT&T Park provided something a little different on Monday night, and well into Tuesday morning. In a game that was delayed at the start by 3½ hours by rain, the Dodgers lost to the Giants 8-6 in San Francisco.

The game didn’t end until after 2 a.m., and weird baseball gave us 15 different pitchers and 39 total players used. But the result was the same â?? another loss for the Dodgers, their 11th consecutive defeat.

It’s the longest losing streak since the team moved to Los