Moreno struggled with two hits and three RBIs, including a home run
The starting pitcher is Bobby Miller.
Arizona formed the starting lineup with Corbin Carroll – Ketel Marte – Tommy Farm – Christian Walker – Alec Thomas – Ruudes Guriel – Gabriel Moreno – Jace Peterson – Geraldo Pedomo. Jack Gallen starts.
The Dodgers laughed first. After one out in the first inning, Freeman scored the first run with a superior solo arch. When Smith got on base with a left-center hit, Muncy fired a superior two-run arch to widen the score gap to 3-0.
In the second inning, Walker and Thomas hit back-to-back hits provided Arizona a chance to first and second base, but Gurriel’s double play to shortstop led to two outs and third base. Moreno’s double saved a run. After one out in the fourth inning, when Thomas walked out, Guriel hit a double to bring the first baseman Thomas home. Soon after, Moreno fired a superior two-run home run to turn it around 4-3.
The Dodgers won the game with Hayward and the outman’s back-to-back arch in the sixth inning. Leadoff hitter Peralta went to the top with a right-center hit. Soon after, Hayward flew a superior two-run arch. As a result, Outman also hit a superior solo home run. 6-4. The Dodgers ran away one more run with an outman’s timely hit in the seventh inning with one out and runners on first and third base.
Dodgers starter Miller creaked with four runs in six innings, but became the winning pitcher with the help of the batters. Muncy, Hayward and Outman had two hits and two RBIs, including a home run. Arizona starter Galen collapsed with six runs in five innings.