Happy Saturday everyone.
Longest regular season game in Dodger Stadium history
This is now the longest Dodger regular season home game ever.— Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) March 30, 2019
The game lasted 6:05.— Alanna Rizzo (@alannarizzo) March 30, 2019
What starting pitcher Ross Stripling had to say after watching nearly four hours of the game from the bench.
Asked #Dodgers Ross Stripling what he did all night. "Same as you guys. I watched a lot of baseball. Watched another full game (after he came out in the 6th)."— Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) March 30, 2019
AJ Pollock impresses
Gonna go down as an error, but Pollock's reached base all five times up tonight.— Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) March 30, 2019
A.J. Pollock, so hot right now. pic.twitter.com/yoWrimilNZ— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) March 30, 2019
Pollock spoke to MLB.com’s Ken Gurnick after the game about facing his former team.
“It’s been fun. Obviously, [Friday] is not the result we wanted,” Pollock said. “It’s a little strange. I’ve faced Zack [Greinke, Thursday’s Arizona starter] so many times, kind of used to it. But Robbie [Ray, Friday’s starter] is a good friend of mine, and that’s a little strange. We’re competing and I’m trying to beat them. It’s a good win for them, tough one for us.”
Around the majors
After going sixty-something and zero last year when entering the ninth with a lead, the Mariners needed four games this year to lose a game after leading in the ninth. Edwin Diaz, Seattle needs you back.
Mitchy four bags is BACK. pic.twitter.com/kKPIuKdF6L— MLB (@MLB) March 30, 2019
Oakland wore some nice unis
We're seeing a theme here...— Cut4 (@Cut4) March 30, 2019
: https://t.co/sdymQZvTFw pic.twitter.com/FbP252cX3t
Paul Goldschmidt accomplished some history
Paul Goldschmidt is the first player ever with a 3-homer game within his first two games with a team.— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) March 30, 2019
h/t @EliasSports pic.twitter.com/9tcoH4NZv9
A look at players from around the globe.
⚾️ is a global affair. pic.twitter.com/Sj8OlhVplk— MLB (@MLB) March 29, 2019