Fresh twenty-year old Julio Urias was given the ball on a sunny, Saturday afternoon and told to stop the Cubs.
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After a walk and two singles, Urias gave up a run. 0-1
A Corey Seager home run evened things up. 1-1
2nd inning 1-1
Two Ks for Urias
3rd inning 1-1
Urias kept the inning scoreless, and had four strikeouts after three.
Andrew Toles opened with a double.
Urias showed bunt, and then knocked a single past the drawn in infield.
Chase Utley knocked in Toles with a single. 2-1
An out later, Justin Turner singled in Utley. 3-1
That was the end of Jason Hammel.
4th inning 3-1
Good infield defense kept the Cubs scoreless.
5th inning 3-1
Scoreless again. 7 strikeouts for Urias.
6th inning 3-1
8 Ks and only 3 hits for Urias after six. Pitch count: 94
7th inning 3-1
Pedro Baez in.
First batter bunted, Baez picked it up and fired the ball out of play for a one base error. He then balked the runner to third.
Next batter, single for an RBI 3-2
The tying run was then CS and thrown out by Yasmani Grandal.
Baez then walked Kris Bryant. Baez was done with two out and two on.
Adam Liberatore in. Job done, 3u.
The Dodgers offense must think their job is done, because they haven’t scored since the third.
8th inning 3-2
Jesse Chavez in. Job done.
Dodgers went 1,2,3
9th inning 3-2
Kenly Jansen right back in the saddle. Job done today. 2ks and F9.
Dodgers win 3-2
He’s our ROY: Corey Seager’s homer broke the Dodgers single season home run record for shortstops (23).
The first three batters to face Urias got on base with one scoring, and it looked like it was going to be a long day. The young lefty quickly settled in, and used his change-up with an occasional fastball to hold the Cubs scoreless over the next five innings. The kid definitely could have gone an extra inning.
Frankly, I would like to see that happen. It could build Urias’ stamina, which he will definitely need – should the Dodgers make the playoffs. Of course, there’s a camp out there who believes the Dodgers should conserve his innings to keep him fresh. The Dodgers are showing they pick the latter strategy.
Hats off to the Dodgers defense: who did their part in backing Urias with two big double plays.
The Traded Flop went O for 3. After his third flop of the day he almost slammed his batting helmet on the ground. I get it. He’s frustrated. But at this point, the Dodgers would do him a favor by sitting him out for a couple of days to clear his head. Two days off sounds good for an injured finger. I would love for the Dodgers to start the same lineup tomorrow but Reddick out, and Howie Kendrick in. How’s that for a long line up?
Julio Urias(W 5-2) went 6 innings with 6 hits, 1 run, 2 walks, 8 Ks ERA 3.71
Home run: Corey Seager
Team with RISP: 3 for 6 It aint rocket science.