A Cody Bellinger grand slam and dominant start from Hyun-Jin

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A Cody Bellinger grand slam and dominant start from Hyun-Jin

Postby panxing18 on Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:21 pm

Ryu appeared to be enough as the Dodgers held a four-run lead entering the ninth. After putting three runs across the board http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , the tying..."A Cody Bellinger grand slam and dominant start from Hyun-Jin Ryu appeared to be enough as the Dodgers held a four-run lead entering the ninth. After putting three runs across the board, the tying run stood 90 feet away. Kenley Jansen got Pablo Sandoval to ground into a double play, ending the game and giving LA the close 6-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants.The offenseThe Dodgers scored five of their six runs in the third inning, largely due to Bellinger’s bat. Russell Martin reached on an error, and then Hyun-Jin Ryu followed by walking on four pitches. With two on and no out, Enrique Hernandez singled, giving LA a 1-0 lead. After A.J. Pollock singled, Bellinger stepped up to the plate with the bases loaded. He turned on an 86 mph cutter and sent it over the center field fence, giving the Dodgers a 5-0 lead. For Bellinger, it’s his fifth home run of the season. To put into perspective how hot he’s been at the plate, it took him 39 games to reach that number last season. Bellinger wasn’t the only Dodger to have a successful night at the plate. A.J. Pollock continued his impressive start in Dodger blue, tacking on another two hits to put his average at .360 on the year. Hernandez DJ LeMahieu Jersey , who has a .500 career average against Madison Bumgarner, had two hits on the evening as well. He also had multiple highlight reels on the defensive side too. The pitchingFor the second consecutive game, the Dodgers got an incredible outing from their starter. Making his second start of the year, Ryu gave the Dodgers seven innings, the most from a Dodgers starter this season. In his seven innings of work, he struck out five and allowed only two runs, both of which came courtesy of a Bumgarner home run. He started off the game practically un-hittable, getting 15 of the first 16 batters he faced out. The sixth was a struggle for him, allowing four consecutive hits to cut the Dodgers’ lead to only three. With runners on first and second and only one out, Ryu struck out Evan Longoria and got Buster Posey to ground out, escaping the sixth without any further damage. Caleb Ferguson had another scoreless outing, striking out two in his lone inning of work. Yimi Garcia came into the ninth with a four-run cushion http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , but made it through only two batters before being removed. After a double and a walk put two on, Kenley Jansen came in to close things out. It looked as if the bullpen would blow yet another game, as an error, walk and single would cut the Dodgers’ lead to only one. With runners at the corners and one out, Sandoval came in to pinch hit. He grounded to shortstop, where Corey Seager and Hernandez turned the close double play, giving the Dodgers the one-run victory. Tuesday particularsWP: Hyun-Jin Ryu (2-0) 7 IP, 5 SO, 2 ERLP: Madison Bumgarner (0-2) 6 IP, 0 ER, 5 R, 4 SOSV: Kenley Jansen (2) 1 IP Todd Helton Jersey , 1 R, 1 SOUp nextThe Dodgers will look for their second consecutive series win tomorrow as Ross Stripling (0-0, 0.00 ERA) takes the mound against Derek Holland (0-1, 6.75 ERA). First pitch is at 7:10 pm on SportsNet LA. The Crew is back in the 20’s for the first time since 2015"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Brewers Rumors and SpeculationConversation StartersWPA Game RecapsTransactionsLatest NewsMLB prospects & minor leaguesMinor League CoverageMilwaukee Brewers plummet 20 spots in the Baseball America organizational talent rankingsNew,50commentsThe Crew is back in the 20’s for the first time since 2015CSTShareTweetShareShareMilwaukee Brewers plummet 20 spots in the Baseball America organizational talent rankingsSteve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsBaseball America has released its 2019 MLB organization talent rankings, and the outcome doesn’t bode well for the Milwaukee Brewers. The publisher ranked Milwaukee at 26th overall, well down from the 6th place position they held to start 2018. The decline has two predominant causes: trades and graduations. Many of the players that helped propel the Milwaukee Nine’s system are gone. Whether it was Brandon Woodruff and Freddy Peralta coming out of eligibility, or players like Brett Phillips, Isan Diaz and Luis Ortiz being sent to other organizations, the farm took a heavy hit. Right now, Baseball America gives the Crew just two prospects on the top 100, Keston Hiura and Corbin Burnes. The team states that those two players could have major contributions in 2019 http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , and should do very well beyond that, but the system’s hopes are very dim from there.While some sites give the Brewers a bit more credit for prospects like Zack Brown, Corey Ray and Tristen Lutz, the ranking does not feel unfair. It still gives a glum indicator for the team’s ability to acquire talent via trade or other methods. It is Milwaukee’s worst ranking since 2014, when Baseball America placed the Cream City Crew at 29th.Just because I know you’re curious, the four teams worse than the Brewers are the Kansas City Royals, San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs and the Boston Red Sox.
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