Dodgers news ...
Dodgers played the same song all weekend as they swept the Rockies with back-to-back-to-back walk-off home runs. Read the TBLA recap here.
Two rookie walk-offs wasn't enough?— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) June 24, 2019
HOW ABOUT THREE? pic.twitter.com/c7NmPCilrL
And if a pair of rookies hitting walk-off home runs in back-to-back games was something, how big is it when three rookies do it in a three-game series.
The 2019 Dodgers are the 6th team in MLB history to hit a walk-off HR in 3 straight games.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 24, 2019
Today also marks the 4th time a Dodgers' rookie hit a walk-off HR this season.
That is the most walk-off HR by rookies for a single team in a season in MLB history.
h/t @EliasSports pic.twitter.com/G3XPy76iGA
ESPN.com had an update on the story regarding the young woman who was hit by the foul ball at Dodger Stadium on Sunday.
Around the league ...
MLB.com writer Jake Crouse writes about the amazing game between the Padres and the Pirates at PNC Park on Sunday. The Padres had three-run leads in the ninth and then in the eleventh innings and yet that wasn’t enough in their 11-10 loss to the Pirates.
Earlier in the game, this happened.
Fearless Fernando.@tatis_jr • #FriarFaithful pic.twitter.com/nkoKJPqnVE— San Diego Padres (@Padres) June 23, 2019
Pete Alonso set a new Mets record for home runs in a season by a rookie when he hit his 27th home run today. MLB.com writer Russell Dorsey wrote about it here.
BOOM!@Pete_Alonso20 just set the new #Mets record for home runs by a rookie. pic.twitter.com/FkXsdY5Ulk— New York Mets (@Mets) June 23, 2019