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Lotssssss of Corey Seager here

2021 Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers v. Oakland Athletics Photo by Rob Tringali/MLB Photos via Getty Images

The Dodgers finished off their spring with a 6-4 win over the Angels on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium, the ninth straight game without a tie. Though it wasn’t for lack of effort. The Halos scored three in the ninth and Max Stassi nearly tied the game with a two-run homer, but his 110-mph drive was a few feet short, settling for a double instead.

The Dodgers in spring training played 29 games in 31 days, finishing with a 13-11-5 record, their most ties since setting a club record with eight in 2015. The Dodgers scored 138 runs, 4.76 per game, and allowed 131 runs, 4.52 per game. They hit 35 home runs this spring, including eight in the last two games at Dodger Stadium.

Corey Seager led the team with eight home runs. the most by a Dodger in spring training dating back to at least 2004. He also led the team in plate appearances (59), total bases (43), hits (18), runs batted in (16), runs scored (14), slugging percentage (.827), and OPS (1.251).

Will Smith led in batting average (.372) and on-base percentage (.438), unless we lower the bar to seven plate appearances. Then it would go to Keibert Ruiz, who was 5-for-6 with two doubles and a walk this spring, hitting .833/.857/1.167.

Chris Taylor led in extra-base hits (10), including five homers and a team-leading five doubles.

Justin Turner led with 10 walks, and also hit one of two Dodgers triples this spring. The other was by James Outman.

DJ Peters led in games played (23) and strikeouts (19).

Ryan Noda and Luke Raley were each hit by two pitches this spring, sharing the high mark.

The Dodgers only stole four bases this spring — one each for Mookie Betts, Zach McKinstry, Sheldon Neuse, and Andy Burns.

Dustin May got the win on Tuesday, his third of the spring, matching Julio Urías, who won Monday, for the team lead. May also walked the most batters (7), but had a 2.37 ERA.

Trevor Bauer pitched the most Cactus League innings on the team (23⅔) and had the most strikeouts (28). Bauer also tied with Walker Buehler for the most home runs allowed (6)

Victor Gonzalez pitched a scoreless inning on Tuesday and co-led the team with a 0.00 ERA in 9⅓, and also pitched in the most games (10). Jimmy Nelson also had a 0.00 ERA in eight innings, as did 2020 first-round draft pick Bobby Miller in 5⅓ innings.

Six Dodgers hit two batters this spring — Bauer, Blake Treinen, Scott Alexander, Miller, Garrett Cleavinger, and Ryan Pepiot.

Enny Romero led the Dodgers with two saves.

Now that the exhibition season is over, bring on some real baseball.

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