Dodgers fall to San Francisco in 2-run loss after mound volume offense

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost a heartbreaker in extra innings to the San Francisco Giants.

The Dodgers lost 5-7 at home on Sunday (April 17) at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

The game was scoreless until the fourth inning. The Dodgers were the first to break the tie. They broke the game open in the fifth inning with a big inning.

Rojas singled and Betts was hit by a pitch to put runners on first and second. Smith singled up the middle to score the first run, and Martinez followed with a double to bring Betts home from third. With runners on second and third, Outman singled to left, bringing both runners home.

San Francisco would not stand still. Flores’ two-run arch to left in the seventh started the rally, and in the eighth, an RBI single by Pederson, a sacrifice fly to center by Estrada and an infield single by Schmidt made it 5-4.

Trailing by one run in the bottom of the ninth, Rojas singled up the middle, stole second and Betts singled to left to put runners on first and third, and Freeman’s RBI single to right-center tied the game at 5-5.메이저놀이터

Unable to settle the score in regulation, the teams went to extra innings, with San Francisco winning 7-5 on back-to-back RBI singles by Crawford and Slater in the 11th.

Both teams used a whopping 15 pitchers. The Dodgers sent seven to the mound and San Francisco eight.

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