David Peralta homered in a simple way with bases loaded to make it two career home runs against his previous team, breaking a scoreless tie in the eighth inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers took a 2–0 lead over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
It was Los Angeles’ fourth straight win, while Arizona suffered its eighth straight loss. The Diamondbacks fell below the .500 mark, their worst record since they lost their first campaign game against the Dodgers on April 6 as locals.
At that time he was placed at number 3-4.
With a moderate game advantage over the Dodgers at the break of the Game of the Stars, Arizona came in to lead the West Division of the National League. Since then, the Dodgers have gone 16–8, while the Diamondbacks have slumped to 5–19.
With two outs in the eighth, Freddie Freeman hit Kyle Nelson (5-3) with his 42nd double of the campaign, the highest in the Major Leagues. Will Smith received an intentional ticket and Max Muncy received a ticket.
Elo threw out the bases loaded to Peralta, who played his first freshman campaign with Arizona. Venezuela connected with a simple line run down the right grass field to advance Freeman and Smith.
The victory went to Caleb Ferguson (6-3). Evan Phillips earned his 16th save.
By Dodgers, 4-1 by Venezolanos Peralta, by Dos Impulsadas, 4-0 by Miguel Rojas.
By Diamondbacks, Dominican Keitel Marte 3-0, Geraldo Perdomo 3-1. Cuba Lourdes Guriel Jr. 3-1. Jose Herrera of Venezuela 1-0.