The Los Angeles Dodgers for a third time this season struggled to solve Yu Darvish and had their three-game winning snapped against the San Diego Padres in Monday’s series opener at Petco Park. Darvish allowed just one run on two hits and collected 11 strikeouts, reaching 1,500 for his career and becoming the first pitcher in MLB history to do so in fewer than 200 games.
The spin on all Yu Darvish’s pitches was down but that didn’t stop him from striking out 11 in six innings of one-run ball Yu Darvish struck out Justin Turner and Will Smith to end the first inning Monday night at Petco Park, strolled off the mound toward the Padres dugout and stopped at the end of the grass to present his glove and hands to umpires Chris Segal and James Hoye.
LOS ANGELES, June 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MLB All-Star and 2020 World Series Champion Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers announced a free NFT to fans on his Twitter Monday. VIA TWITTER (@redturn2) "Been diving into #NFTs these last few months and have been having a blast.
Major League Baseball issued a memo last week to every club about the enforcement of their rules regarding the use of foreign substances on baseballs that began Monday. While MLB is reportedly hoping to avoid levying punishment by letting public pressure force pitchers to stop, the league is willing to suspend players who don’t follow the mid-season rule change.
They struck out a season-high 16 times Share this story The Dodgers’ three-game winning streak came to an end on Monday night, as they fell to the Padres, 6-2. After winning the first two games in the season series, the Dodgers have now lost five of their last six games against San Diego.
The 2021 MLB All-Star Game voting results as of June 21, 2021. The 2021 Major League Baseball All-Star voting updates were released on Monday and the Los Angeles Dodgers have several players in great position to travel to Coors Field in Colorado after the first phase of voting.
Updated balloting results were released Monday. Share this story Within the last 10 days, Kris Bryant has started five games at third base, after having not played there since April 20. KB is in a major hitting slump — .114/.188/.114 (5-for-44) over his last 13 games with no extra-base hits — but he continues to lead all NL third basemen in All-Star voting announced Monday.
Once up 9-1, the Dodgers hold on for a 9-8 win, extending Arizona's franchise-record losing streak to 17 games MLB umpire Bill Miller (26) talks to Los Angeles Los Angeles PHOENIX — There was such a significant percentage of Dodgers fans at Chase Field this weekend – roaring at Dodger home runs, booing a member of the home team (Josh Reddick) for past transgressions committed in another league – that they must have felt like road games for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Albert Pujols hit the 673rd home run of his major-league career and the Los Angeles Dodgers held on to complete a three-game sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks 9-8 on Sunday afternoon in Phoenix. Pujols had two hits and three RBIs, A.J. Pollock had three hits and three RBIs, while Chris Taylor and Justin Turner also had two hits each for the Dodgers, who remain 1 1/2 games behind the San Francisco for the National League West lead.
Things got interesting late in the game Share this story This game got too close for comfort, as the Dodgers nearly blew an eight-run lead. Luckily they pulled through, pulling out the 9-8 victory to give LA the sweep over the D-Backs. It took a couple innings to heat things up, but the Dodgers piled on all nine of their runs over the course of innings 3-5.
The Los Angeles Dodgers finished off their visit to Chase Field by hanging on for a 9-8 win and series sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks, who had a franchise-worst losing streak extended to 17 games. The Dodgers took a lead in the third inning on Justin Turner’s RBI single, which was followed by Albert Pujols scooping a three-run homer to left field.
Happy Father’s Day Share this story Today's Lineups DODGERS DIAMONDBACKS Chris Taylor - CF Josh VanMeter - 2B AJ Pollock - LF Ketel Marte - CF Justin Turner - 3B Eduardo Escobar - 3B Albert Pujols - 1B David Peralta - LF Andy Burns - 2B Asdrubal Cabrera - 1B
Walker Buehler took a no-hitter into the eighth inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers won a fourth consecutive series by defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks, 9-3, in the second game of their weekend series at Chase Field. After not scratching until late in the game on Friday, the Dodgers were quick to jump on the Diamondbacks.
PHOENIX — The Dodgers were bulldozing the Arizona Diamondbacks through five innings in their 9-8 win Sunday, on their way to a clinical three-game series sweep of the worst team in the majors without a sweat. They had finally mashed a left-handed starting pitcher — Alex Young gave up five runs in three innings — to build a 9-1 lead and put the Diamondbacks on track for their 17th straight loss.
Walker Buehler threw seven shutout innings to lift the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 9-3 win against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the second game of their three-game series on Saturday night in Phoenix. Buehler (7-0) brought a no-hitter into the eighth inning before giving up a leadoff single to David Peralta.
Walker Buehler had another masterful mound performance, taking a no-hitter into the eighth inning as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the skidding Arizona Diamondbacks 9-3. By BOB HUHN, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Walker Buehler had another masterful mound performance, taking a no-hitter into the eighth inning as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the skidding Arizona Diamondbacks 9-3 on Saturday night.
Dodgers third. Tony Gonsolin strikes out swinging. Chris Taylor singles to left field. AJ Pollock walks. Chris Taylor to second. Justin Turner singles to center field. AJ Pollock to second. Chris Taylor scores. Albert Pujols homers to left field. Justin Turner scores.