Dodgers 6, Mariners 1: Hangover? What hangover?

Uh, hi, I got a nice rest, thanks for asking.

Apparently the Dodgers did as well, because instead of losing 30-0 the day after clinching the NL West, they instead decided to come to play again and swept the Mariners after a 6-1 victory.


On offense, it was basically a Jason Heyward homer to stay hot.

Kolten Wong provided an RBI single.

An Austin Barnes two-run shot made it four runs.

Heyward drove in another run with a single.

And a James Outman homer made it six.

That was all the runs, but the star was basically the piggyback pitching staff.

Shelby Miller started the game with a scoreless frame, but it was Ryan Yarbrough who starred with seven strikeouts over 4.2 innings with just a run allowed.

To close things out it was Gavin Stone for 3.1 frames to secure the save and make Eric Stephen’s day.



Dodgers91-57 (4.5 GB)
Brewers84-65 (12 GB)

The Dodgers now return home for a series against Tigers starting at 4:10 PM HT/7:10 PM PT/10:10 PM ET. It’ll be Lance Lynn against almost teammate Eduardo Rodriguez.

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