Mookie’s Milestone Night

Los Angeles Ca – Dodger Stadium played host to the 2022 All-Star game earlier this week. So it’s only fitting all-star Mookie Betts carried over All-Star weekend atmosphere as he connected with career home run number 200 off of Alex wood in the third inning Los Angeles starting pitcher Julio Urias turn in an all-star performance of his own going six innings two hits and no runs allowed. Helps propel the Dodgers to the third Street victory Over the rivals from the north to start the second half. 

 Betts waited till the third for number 200 just to make it a tad bit more memorable shortstop Trea turner phone Mookie with a solo shot of zone going back to back and making it to nothing Dodgers, Best solo Homer ended five consecutive strikeouts I Giants starting pitcher Alex would (w-6 L-7 4.21era). Freddie Freeman extended his hitting streak with a 7th inning bomb to right field.

Photo by Jerry Kelly

All of Los Angeles is 17 runs scored in this series have come with two outs Giants pitchers unable to finish anybody off 17 consecutive runs scored with two outs something that hasn’t happened in nearly 50 years. 

San Francisco Giants Austin Slater went to for four with a single in a double to start the game giving LA pictures Fits It’s finally been retired in the eighth inning. Los Angele’s David Price out of the bullpen as closer Craig Kimbrel had the night off. 

 Tonight’s win makes it 17 out of the last 20 for Los Angeles Dodgers this victory leaves the NL West leaders nipping at the heels of the Yankees for the best record in baseball. Big Clayton Kershaw goes for the boys in blue tomorrow as they look the complete the four-game sweep of the San Francisco Giants for the first time since 1995