The Dodger’s youngsters put on a power display on Sunday afternoon as the Dodgers defeated the Brewers 10-8 in their second Cactus league game of the exhibition season at Maryvale Park. Future first baseman Cody Bellinger crushed a solo home run to right field over the grassy knoll. This was Bellinger’s first home run of the spring.
Another stud prospect Alex Verdugo (not pictured) followed with a shot of his own in the same frame. Not to be forgotten, utility man parts paper research follow url professional application letter ghostwriter service for university https://efm.sewanee.edu/faq/essay-on-the-gulf-war/22/ best essay website go to site viagra cialis c20 https://dsaj.org/buyingmg/luonnollinen-viagra/200/ bay doxycycline essay order online help me write my essay go site cheap course work writer service uk source site essay on my country pakistan for grade 3 how much viagra cost college essay scholarships 2014 professional resume writing service gold coast click an organometallic essay of tio2 nanoparticles underline book titles in essay super viagra online pharmacy buy essay papers compare and contrast sample essay kamiren doxazosin https://statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu/movabletype/papers/free-geography-essays.html follow url critical essay about death of a salesman follow url dissertation results editing sites uk how to write portfolio essay https://www.rmhc-reno.org/project/creative-writing-id-ego-and-superego/25/ Rob Segedin homered as well. His blast carried over the center field wall tying the score in the seventh inning at 8-8.
The Dodgers used a well balanced attack in Sunday’s win as they slugged three home runs and scored 10 runs on 14 hits. Justin Turner opened the scoring with a two-run single in the bottom of the third. Chase Utley followed with a fly ball double that plated two runs.
Scott Van Slyke stroked a two-run single to left in the bottom of the fourth inning. Utley and Ike Davis both had two hits and the Dodgers were 5 for 11 with runners in scoring position. The boys in blue also drew 7 walks. It’s great to see the Dodger offense operating on all cylinders in the early part of the spring.