The Dodgers were outshined by the White Sox in a 10-7 loss, unable to make a comeback from the Sox’s eight-run inning.
The game was decided in the eighth, when Dodgers minor league pitchers Yordy Cabrera and Parker Curry allowed a total of eight runs.
Cabrera began the inning by walking all three batters he faced and throwing three wild pitches. He was replaced without obtaining an out.
Curry came in to pitch with the bases loaded. He allowed five hits and five earned runs. It should be noted that two of those runs were each scored as a result of a wild pitch.
This Sox scoring came after Cody Bellinger, Russell Martin and Kiké Hernandez each hit a home run in the fourth. Take a look at the back-to-back homers from Bellinger and Martin:
That baseball had a family, @Cody_Bellinger. pic.twitter.com/oK0ShyPaNp— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) March 14, 2019
Back-to-back? @russellmartin55's out here crushin'. pic.twitter.com/tBVek8hIMd— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) March 14, 2019
The Dodgers also scored a run in the bottom of the eighth, but it would not be enough to outscore the White Sox.
The defeat comes behind an outing from Dodgers right-handed pitcher, Ross Stripling. Stripling threw 62 pitches in 3.2 innings, allowing two hits and two runs, but no earned runs.
The Dodgers have some split-squad action going on tomorrow, hosting the Cincinnati Reds at Camelback Ranch in a 1:05 pm PDT game, while sending out a squad to the Peoria Sports Complex to face the San Diego Padres at 6:40 pm PDT.