Dodgers news ...
The Dodgers won last night’s game in an interesting way. Five straight walks to drive in two runs, completing the comeback. You can read the TBLA game recap here.
The @Dodgers have now won via walkoff in each of their last 4 home games.— Stats By STATS (@StatsBySTATS) July 3, 2019
They're the first MLB team to win via walkoff in 4 straight home games since the A's in 2004, and the first NL team to do so since the Phillies in 1991.#LABleedsBlue
The Dodgers held a moment of silence for Tyler Skaggs, an Angels pitcher who recently passed away.
Here’s a clip from a post-game interview with Cody Bellinger, who drew the winning walk on Tuesday night.
Around the league ...
The Angels played for the first time since Skaggs’ death on Monday and a moment of silence was held before the game. Many other stadiums held moments of silences and there were tributes to Skaggs throughout the league.
Patrick Corbin wore No. 45 to honor his late former teammate. SB Nation’s Federal Baseball has the story.
Well, what do you know. The MLB keeps shattering its record for home runs hit in a month. June saw a new high with 1,142 homers.
International baseball games are becoming more and more of a thing in the MLB and there’s no sign of stopping any time soon. There are already talks of planning more games in Europe and Asia.