As the Dodgers try for a second win over the Giants in as many days, and for a fourth straight win overall, here are some notes heading into Wednesday.
Corey Seager scored three runs last night to give him 86 on the season, on pace for 111 on the season. He is two runs shy of the LA Dodgers rookie record for runs, scored by Steve Sax in 1982 (h/t to Jon Weisman).
Adrian Gonzalez has tied Justin Turner for the team lead with 73 RBI. Gonzalez has 11 RBI in his last two games, with eight RBI on Monday and three on Tuesday. The last Dodger with three straight 3-RBI games was James Loney in 2011.
Andrew Toles also has three RBI in his last two games.
Joc Pederson has three home runs against the Giants in 2016, the most by any Dodger.
The Dodgers have scored 194 runs in 34 games since the All-Star break, 5.71 runs per game. They scored 197 runs in their 47 games leading into the break, 4.19 per game.
Kenley Jansen had one strikeout on Tuesday, giving him 602 in his career. The only Dodgers pitcher with more strikeouts in relief is Jim Brewer (1964-1975), with 604.
Rich Hill’s last start of more than five pitches was July 7 with the A’s, 48 days ago.
The Dodgers have won 30 of their last 42 home games.
Time: 7:10 p.m. PT
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