Denver – Mexican Julio Urias The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies 10-4 on Friday night to advance to the Grand Slam team and advance in the sixth inning, while his offense backed him up with 10 runs to become the main league winner of the first 12 games. The start of the second half of the season.
Urias (12-3) had an advantage from the first episode, with the Dodgers taking a definite advantage by landing five times against the losers. CC Gonzalez (3-6).
The Dodgers left-hander pitched two innings of five thirds, allowing seven wins and four runs – all earned – to elevate his era to 3.78. He had 89 pitches, 61 strikes, one walk and three outs.
In the third episode he took the sites one out and loaded C.J. Cron He brought the Rockies closer to 4-5. The Dodgers gave the Mexicans the advantage by stepping twice in the fourth inning and three times in the fifth.
Five racing rallies in the first episode, Chris Taylor He took one run against Gonzalez with three runs Homer, he took nine wins, seven runs scored, a pair of walks and four innings for equal strikeouts.
Chris Taylor hit a three-run home run and finished the first inning with five runs in the Dodgers’ win over the Rockies.
Then Phoenix. Kyle Hendrix Surpassed Madison Bumkorner On his pitch with six useful innings for his 10th consecutive win, he set his record at 12-4, beating Urias to take a 5-1 lead in the Chicago Cups against the Arizona Diamondback.