Oh, my God. Bellinger’s shock to the stands. LAD SF’s come-from-behind.
In Cody Bellinger’s hands, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ victory was also lost. The Los Angeles Dodgers suffered another come-from-behind defeat to San Francisco, the world’s largest rival and ranking rival.
The Los Angeles Dodgers finished the game with a 1-0 lead against San Francisco at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, on the 28th (Korea time). The Dodgers, which flew a game that was ahead of San Francisco at home until the eighth inning on the 22nd and 23rd with Janson’s “fire show” in the ninth inning, suffered a come-from-behind defeat to San Francisco again. The difference between the two teams was three games again.
Both teams’ starters Logan Webb (San Francisco) and Julio Urias (LA Dodgers) pitched side by side. Both teams were actively dealing with each other, but they rarely scored. Meanwhile, the first run was made by the Dodgers in the fifth inning. After the lead Bellinger hit, he went to second base when Pollack hit an infield grounder, and McKinney hit a heavy timely hit to earn one point.
But Reid didn’t last long. San Francisco tied the game lightly in the sixth inning with a timely hit by Forge following Slater’s double to the left fielder.
It was a complete bullpen fight from the seventh inning. Dodgers missed the chance to run away first in the eighth inning. Taylor’s two-base hit, one out and two-base hit after one out, gave him a golden opportunity to lead Rayley’s left-handed hit. However, the third baseman was out at home when Muncy hit a grounder to first base, and Turner stepped down to the right fielder and scored no points.
Then San Francisco immediately counterattacked. In the eighth inning against the Trinen, the leading Posori and Yastremski picked walks in a row to make first and second bases with no outs. This is where the Dodgers made a decisive mistake. It was a shock pitch.
When Ruff’s second-base grounder made it difficult for second baseman Muncy to catch the first-base runner, so he threw the first base first to put Ruff out. The first base runner stayed between first and second base, and he was able to get out enough with a run-down play. But here Bellinger threw the ball to third base to block the third baseman’s home dash. The ball floated so high that it led to a ridiculous pitch hitting the fence in front of the third baseman’s stands. In the meantime, third baseman Porsey stepped on the home plate. It was a mistake of pain.
San Francisco clinched the team’s victory on the mound in the ninth inning with a 2-1 lead. Bellinger entered the batter’s box after one out in the ninth inning, but failed to make up for his mistake by staying on the grounder to second base. The Dodgers suffered another internal defeat, continuing their poor team atmosphere recently.