Denver – Mexican Julio Urreas He overcame a Grand Slam and reached the sixth inning, while his attack supported him by 10 runs, enough to become the first major league winner in 12 games, as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies 10-4 on Friday night. The start of the second half of the season.
Urías (12-3) had an advantage from the first episode in which the Dodgers gained a final advantage by stomping the board five times against the vanquished. Chi Chi Gonzalez (3-6).
The left-handed Dodgers bowler threw five innings into thirds, allowing seven strokes and four runs—all earned—to raise his ERA to 3.78. He had 89 throws, 61 hits, one walk and three hits.
In the third episode, he uploaded the rules with one of the original and CJ Crohn He came back to close the Rocky Mountains from 4-5. The Mexican Dodgers gave an even greater advantage when they stepped on the board twice in the fourth and three in the fifth.
In the pentathlon rally in the first episode, Chris Taylor He stood out with Homer from three runs with one match against Gonzalez, who made four runs to nine hits, seven earned runs, a pair of walks and an equal number of hits.
Chris Taylor hits Homer from three runs to complete the first of five games in the Dodgers’ win over the Rockies.
Later in Phoenix. Kyle Hendricks get over it Madison Baumgarner In his graceful duel with six effective innings in his 10th straight win, he took his record 12-4 and beat Urías to take the lead in the Chicago Cubs’ 5-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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