Today was Wednesday, Hump Day, and the Dodgers were hunting for a sweep. Brock Stewart took the mound hoping to build on his excellent previous outing (5 shutout innings), and to build on the four-game lead the Dodgers built over the second place Giants.
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Paul Goldschmidt got a lucky “ground causing a fumble” that turned into a double and an RBI when Charlie Culberson had a caught ball pop out of his glove when he hit the ground. 0-1
7th inning 3-1
8th inning 3-1
Pedro Baez in. The slow as molasses jokes began in Twitter, but he got the job done.
9th inning 3-1
Kenley Jansen vs the D-backs
Segura: K O_O
Some stiff: F8
ROY Watch: Seager’s 39 doubles now lead the NL.
Whew: Arizona got the lead off man aboard in the 2,3,4,5,7 innings and they only had one run to show for it.
Tonight’s win combined with the Giants’ loss (on a walk-off grand slam) to put the Dodgers up by 5 games, and drop the magic number to 19.
Brock Stewart (W 1-2) went 5 innings with 5 hits, 1 run, 2 walks,1 K. ERA 6.55