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First MLB hit in the books. ✅ pic.twitter.com/31LeTg5vjk— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) June 30, 2019
Joe Kelly was quite upset about some decisions the Colorado scorekeeper made on Thursday evening. Yahoo Sports breaks down what happened.
Since Corey Seager’s departure on the injured list, Chris Taylor has stepped up to fill his shoes. CBS Sports discusses Taylor’s contributions and how this shows how much depth the Dodgers have.
Around the league ...
The Yankees and Red Sox played the first major league game in Europe on Saturday and it was WILD. They combined for 30 runs and hit six homers! The 385 ft distance from home plate to the outfield may have played a part in this. MLB.com detailed the game in this article.
The Yankees defeat the Red Sox 17-13 in London, the 2nd-highest combined score in Yankees-Red Sox series history and the highest combined score for a game played outside of the U.S. or Canada.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 29, 2019
The game lasted 4 hours and 42 minutes, the 3rd-longest 9-inning game in MLB history. pic.twitter.com/J0W5KWQ3RK
Could Melissa Mayeux be the first female major league baseball player? Perhaps. For now, the French native is spending her time playing softball at University of Louisville, but her dream remains to become a professional baseball player.
USA Today put together an all-time All-Star team. Go check out to see if any Dodgers made the team. Spoiler: there is one Dodger. Can you guess who?