The 100th game of the Dodgers season came and went on a breezy Saturday night in Los Angeles. You just knew the Dodgers couldn't let the occasion come and go without doing something unusual. So, in honor of a season that's gone horribly wrong on so many different levels, we give you this curious nugget. On a night in which starting pitcher Ted Lilly drove in a career-high three runs - his first RBIs of the season no less - he couldn't make it to the sixth after giving up six runs in five innings. And in a season in which the Dodgers keep searching and searching for someone other than Matt Kemp or Andre Ethier to produce in a big moment, they get exactly that. From three unlikely sources: Lilly and his three RBIs; Washington Nationals reliever Henry Rodriquez, who sailed a pitch so high over his catcher's head in the seventh inning it allowed Eugenio Velez to score the tying run; and the struggling Rafael Furcal, who doubled home Trent Oeltjen in the bottom of the ninth to lead the Dodgers to a 7-6 win. It's been that kind of season, and Saturday was that kind of game as the Dodgers fell behind 3-0 in the first inning and trailed 6-2 by the end of the third. But thanks to Lilly, Rodriguez, some head-scratching defensive decisions by the Nationals and finally Furcal, they somehow came back to win. It started out looking like just another clunker when Lilly gave up three runs in the top of the first.

Then Kemp came up with the bases loaded and no outs in the first inning and drove a ball to center field to score Rafael Furcal from third base, but when Juan Rivera followed by grounding into an inning-ending double play it simply exacerbated one of the Dodgers biggest problems this year.

The 100th game of the Dodgers season came and went on a breezy Saturday night in Los Angeles.

You just knew the Dodgers couldn't let the occasion come and go without doing something unusual.

So, in honor of a season that's gone horribly wrong on so many different levels, we give you this curious nugget.

On a night in which starting pitcher Ted Lilly drove in a career-high three runs - his first RBIs of the season no less - he couldn't make it to the sixth after giving up six runs in five innings.

And in a season in which the Dodgers keep searching and searching for someone other than Matt Kemp or Andre Ethier to produce in a big moment, they get exactly that.

From three unlikely sources: Lilly and his three RBIs; Washington Nationals reliever Henry Rodriquez, who sailed a pitch so high over his catcher's head in the seventh inning it allowed Eugenio Velez to score the tying run; and the struggling Rafael Furcal, who doubled home Trent Oeltjen in the bottom of the ninth to lead the Dodgers to a 7-6 win.

It's been that kind of season, and Saturday was that kind of game as the Dodgers fell behind 3-0 in the first inning and trailed 6-2 by the end of the third. But thanks to Lilly, Rodriguez, some head-scratching defensiv