LOS ANGELES-Corey Seager played a tie-breaker in the eighth game. In the playoffs on August 31, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Warriors 3-2.
Atlanta lost the All-Star second baseman Ozzie Albis, who had to be taken off the field because of a foul on his left knee in the fifth inning. His batting rate was 0.260 and he led the National League with 63 extra battings.
The research team said that X-rays are negative. Albis will be reassessed within a few days after the ball hits the kneecap.
“That might be really bad,” Warriors manager Brian Snittke said.
Mookie Betts took the lead from Tyler Matzek (0-4) and scored from the first to the right center in Seager’s shot, giving the Dodgers the first lead in the game. Matzek’s consecutive no points ended in 18 1/3.
Bates tore up around the base and sneaked into his home base in his abdomen, a popular sight only five days after leaving the injured list. Since spring training, he has missed 16 games due to a sore right hip.
“When he is on the court and healthy, we are a better team,” Seager said. “He caught a big ball, he ran very well, he hit a home run. He had a great time outside.”
Bates’ 19th home run of the season put the Dodgers behind in the fourth quarter.
After the Giants lost 6-2 to the Milwaukee Brewers, the Los Angeles team played against NL West’s leading San Francisco team in the half. The Dodgers ended August with a 21-6 record, which was their fourth best month in Los Angeles history.
“I really believe our best baseball is still ahead,” Dodge manager Dave Roberts said. “In the past three weeks, pitching has benefited us a lot, but I have seen some good things in the overall offense. We will announce some big data in the future.”
The leading Warriors in the East of the Netherlands lost their sixth consecutive defeat at Dodger Stadium, where they have lost 9 of 10 games.
“Spent a difficult few days here,” Brave starter Charlie Morton said. “This is not the easiest place to play.”
Since he won the pitcher in Game 7 of the 2017 World Series, Morton gave up one run in six innings, eight strikeouts, and two appearances in his first game at Dodger Stadium. Houston defeated Dodgers.
Blake Treinen (5-5) hit the sideline in the eighth game. Freddie Freeman slammed the bat on the grass after he fell over his swing. He was eliminated in his first three shots.
Kenley Jansen retired in the ninth inning in the 30th save.
Christyl’s flanking sacrifice flight tied the score to 2 in the Dodgers’ seventh game.
Travis d’Arnaud’s RBI double play extended Atlanta’s lead to 2-0 in the fourth quarter. He was robbed of a potential home run by Bates in the second game. Bates ran to the lower wall on the right and put on his gloves in time to catch the ball.
“The typical Mookie makes a very difficult game look easy,” Roberts said.
Former Dodgers player Dodger Joc Pederson (Dodger Joc Pederson), with blonde hair, shot alone into the right field pavilion in Walker Buehler’s third game, leading 1-0.
“It’s not a good idea to change in the penalty area,” Pedersen joked, and he plans to text his good friend Buehler after the game.
“People shouldn’t hit the ball like that,” Buehler said. “We won, that’s what I really care about.”
Buehler allowed two runs and four hits in seven innings. He shot five and walked two.
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times