Dodgers Game Recaps
A summary and analysis of the day's events involving the Los Angeles Dodgers, including interviews, analysis, and highlights from the just-completed game.
Tony Gonsolin pitched for the first time in six weeks, which was the highlight in the Dodgers loss to the Rockies on Monday at Dodger Stadium.
Miguel Vargas drove in three runs, including a go-ahead two-run single to lift the Dodgers over the Padres on Thursday night at Petco Park in San Diego.
Dodgers and Padres play an ugly game that ends in favor of the home team in 10 innings.
Dodgers tie all-time franchise record with their 106th win
The Dodgers hit three home runs and Clayton Kershaw pitched six strong innings to beat the Cardinals on Saturday night at Dodger Stadium.
Albert Pujols hit his 699th and 700th career home runs, hitting two on Friday off Dodgers pitchers Andrew Heaney and Phil Bickford, in a Cardinals rout at Dodger Stadium.
A struggling Craig Kimbrel allowed a go-ahead home run in the top of the ninth, but the Dodgers rallied for two runs in the bottom of the inning, punctuated by Mookie Betts’ pinch-hit walk-off single to beat the Diamondbacks.
The Dodgers made errors, played sloppy baseball, and fell behind early to the Diamondbacks on Tuesday afternoon, but it didn’t matter thanks to a five-run rally in the eighth inning to win the opener of a split doubleheader at Dodger Stadium.
Clayton Kershaw struck out 10 in six innings, and the Dodgers got home runs from Joey Gallo and Chris Taylor to beat the Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium. Los Angeles has clinched a bye into the National League Division Series.
The Dodgers scored early and often against a Giants bullpen game, and Julio Urías pitched six strong innings for his 14th win in his last 16 starts. The Dodgers won their 100th game of the season, faster than any team in franchise history.
Dustin May was hitless for five innings in his fifth start since coming back from Tommy John surgery, helping the Dodgers cruise to a win over the Giants in San Francisco.
Tyler Anderson pitched seven scoreless innings, Cody Bellinger hit a two-run double, and Mookie Betts hit a three-run home run to beat the Diamondbacks and secure the Dodgers’ 10th consecutive postseason berth.
Freddie Freeman had four hits and four RBI, and Trea Turner broke the game open with a three-run double to beat Blake Snell and the Padres. Dodgers left-hander Julio Urías pitched seven strong innings to win for the 13th time in his past 15 starts.
Max Muncy and Justin Turner each hit three-run home runs, Clayton Kershaw was strong for six innings, and the Dodgers beat the Giants on Wednesday afternoon at Dodger Stadium.
The Dodgers lose three straight for the first time since June
Clayton Kershaw looked very good in his five-inning return from the injured list, but the Dodgers made several mistakes over the final few innings, losing the series finale to the Mets on the margins.
The Dodgers survived a 10th-inning scare, with Craig Kimbrel and Chris Martin getting the final six outs to beat the Marlins for the sixth time in eleven days.