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Lux showed us his best at-bat of the year. The young second baseman has only tallied two hits at Dodger Stadium the entire season before tonight’s game against Seattle. He had two on Tuesday including the go-ahead three-run blast in the bottom of the eighth off of Rafael Montero that landed several rows up the right field pavilions. Lux was hitting just .209 entering the game, and that was his first home run of the season. Here’s hoping this gives them some confidence and they can I don’t know, maybe win a series.