The Los Angeles Dodgers cruised to their 10th winning streak this August with a 7–1 win against the Milwaukee Brewers at Dodger Stadium. There, Miguel Rojas added his third quadruple of the season and second in his last three games.
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It should be noted that veteran left-hander Clayton Kershaw shone at the top, earning his 11th campaign win (11–4); Working on five chapters of three hits, a career (product of HR by Marc Canha), Dos Boletos y Par de Ponches. Meanwhile, the Dodgers’ offense added 10 innings, three of them by Mookie Betts, who also notched four of his team’s seven Rays saves.
The action began in the first episode, with Amed Rosario taking a tugboat to open the slate for the locals. Momentarily ‘Lupulosos’ equalized with Jonron de Canha in the second inning, but ‘Miggy Roe’ returned the wind with his 101.3 mph bat before Wade Miley in the bottom of the second act.
Los Dodgers scored one more run in that inning. JD Martinez was intercepted by defensive interference from William Contreras along with a congested Almohadillas. Bates stepped on the register in that juggle.
In the fourth, there was another with a high degree of sacrifice by Will Smith and, in the seventh act, the Californian ensemble Sumo Dos Mas, with Chris Taylor’s solitary jonrone in the seventh to put down definite figures.
However, Wade Miley suffered a reverse (6–3) for the third time in the draw, and Venezuelan Broussard Graterol hit an empty infield for the Dodgers’ Pitchio, securing his catch number 16 in the continent. Meanwhile, Miguel Rojas raised his average to .220 (from 286–63) with 23 production, 36 scores and an OPS of .571.