Dodgers loses 0-5 to ‘rival’ SF 

The Los Angeles Dodgers suffered a loss to their rival San Francisco Giants. 

The Dodgers lost 0-5 in an away game against San Francisco held at Oak Park in San Francisco on the 12th (hereafter Korean time). It was fatal that he could not score even one point in the safe and full base chance. 

Dodgers starter Dustin May became the losing pitcher with 2 hits, 4 walks, 3 strikeouts and 2 runs in 5⅓ innings. San Francisco starter Alex Wood missed the win as he was replaced with two outs in the fifth inning of a 2-0 lead. He gave up no runs in 4⅔ innings with 1 hit, 3 walks and 5 strikeouts. 

San Francisco got on base in the bottom of the first inning with consecutive walks by Lamonte Wade Jr. and Michael Conforto. With JD Davis’ third baseman grounding out, it became 1 company, 2nd and 3rd base. Joc Pederson hit a dominant double to take a 2-0 lead. 

The Dodgers created chances on first and second base in the second inning when JD Martinez got a walk and after a run, Miguel Vargas got a walk. However, Chris Taylor struck out and James Outman failed to save the chance with a ground ball to the first baseman.  

The Dodgers opened the way with a right-handed hit by Miguel Rojas, the lead batter in the third inning, but Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, and Will Smith withdrew in the first through third innings. 

In the 5th inning, the Dodgers had a chance to get 1 out and 1st and 2nd base after Outman and Betts walked consecutively, but Freeman retreated with a pitcher grounder. San Francisco starter Alex Wood was replaced at 2nd, 2nd and 3rd base, and Smith missed a chance to tie the game with a fly ball in right field. 

The Dodgers seized the chance of a thousand gold in the 6th inning. Martinez’s heavy hit, Tracy Thompson’s right-handed hit, and Vargas got on base with catcher’s hit obstruction. However, Taylor struck out and retired. With one out and bases loaded, San Francisco replaced the pitcher with Scott Alexander. Outman hit the pitcher’s grounder and the runner on third base was out at home. With the bases loaded with two outs, Rojas struck out and could not score a single point. 

In the 7th inning, the Dodgers lead batter Betts walked, but the center liners Freeman, Smith, and Martinez retreated with one after another. 

After one out in the 8th inning, San Francisco Mike Yastrzemski reached base with a double, and David Villa (Season 3) hit a two-run homer that went over the fence in the middle. Then, Brandon Crawford hit a back-to-back home run (Season 2) that went over the right wall.  카지노사이트

The Dodgers could not continue the atmosphere of a 9-1 win the previous day as they did not hit a single hit in time in the chance.