Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-09-11 01:40:13 –
Max Muncy hit a home run and Julio Urías won the 17th major league lead. The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated San Diego Padres 3-0 on Friday and returned from a bumpy expedition.
Chris Taylor ran when the Dodgers won four consecutive games against the Padres, even in the season series 7-7.
Los Angeles (89-53) is behind the San Francisco Giants, which is number one in the National League West, by 2 1/2 games. San Diego (74-66) tied with the Cincinnati Reds at the second NL wildcard spot.
The Dodgers opened a six-game homestand on Friday after going 3-4 on a road trip to San Francisco and St. Louis.
Urías (17-3) abandoned three hits and one walkover as he won eight consecutive decisions while helping the Dodgers improve to 11-2 in the last 13 starts. He hit seven.
Fernando Tatis Jr. hit the Padres twice, and the Padres began a stretch that ended the regular season 22 times in a row against a winning team.
Padres starter Joe Musgrove (10-9) gave up 4 hits in 6 innings, 5 walks and 7 strikeouts in 3 runs.
The Dodgers led Muncie 2-0 in the third inning with 32 home runs and 20 home runs this season. Taylor scored Will Smith 3-0 in the fourth inning with a sacrifice fly.
The Dodgers’ right-handed Blake Treinen ended the threat by attacking Wil Myers after having two in the eighth inning. Kenley Jansen, who is close to Los Angeles, made his 31st save with 36 chances and threw a single in the 9th.
Padres lost shortstop Jake Cronenworth in the fourth inning, and one inning was struck to the left on Urias’ pitch.
After spending two weeks in Triple-A Oklahoma City, the Dodgers Gavin Lux returned to get off to an outfield start for the first time in his career. He played with the left fielder and went for a walk 0-2.
Los Angeles outfielder Cody Bellinger, who is struggling, did not start, but entered as a defensive change in the second half.
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