Doubtful Dodgers starter seven runs left beaten shocked by weak Phillies
The LA Dodgers lost after a slugfest with the weak Philadelphia Phillies.
The Dodgers lost 7-9 in the 2022 Major League Baseball game against Philadelphia at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on the 13th (Korea Standard Time).
Dodgers starter Tyler Anderson suffered seven runs in six innings, hitting 10 hits and allowing two home runs. Anderson lost all innings except in the third inning, but the Dodgers bench did not budge.
Philadelphia beat Anderson from the first inning. After two outs, Bryce Harper exploded a solo home run.
In the top of the second inning, Jin Segura opened the door with a double. J.T. Realmuto struck out, but Kyle Schwarber hit a timely hit. Johann Kamago hit a two-run homer and Philadelphia ran away 4-0.
The Dodgers recovered one run in the bottom of the third inning with Cody Bellinger’s solo home run.
Philadelphia scored one run in every inning from the fourth to the sixth. He seemed to have won by widening the score gap to 7-1.
The Dodgers started the game in the bottom of the sixth inning. Will Smith swept a double with one out and runners on first and second base.
The Dodgers, who chased 3-7, made the “Eight of Promise.”
Leadoff hitter Freddie Freeman opened the door with a right-handed hit. Traynor’s walk and Max Muncy’s infield hit filled the base. There was another chance to load the bases with no outs in front of Smith. Smith exploded a clean heavy timely hit. He followed 4-7 and loaded the bases.
Justin Turner appeared as a pinch hitter. Turner hit a two-run double to the left. With the score 6-7, the game is now unknown. Bellinger struck out at second and third bases with no outs and cut off the flow. Chris Taylor hit a timely hit to the left again. The game went back to square one.
With one out and runners on first and third base, Hanser Alberto attempted a squeeze bunt. He hit a push bunt toward first base. Philadelphia defended calmly. Third baseman Austin Barnes was caught at home 안전놀이터
Philadelphia, which did not allow a reversal, fought back in the top of the ninth inning. He loaded the bases with one out with two hits and one walk. Daniel Hudson’s wild pitch scored the winning run. With one out and runners on second and third base, Harper added one point by making a sacrifice fly to right field.
The Dodgers did not get a follow-up hit even after taking the chance to load the bases with no outs in the bottom of the ninth inning. The game ended with the bases loaded