Los Angeles Dodgers make history with 11 points in first inning


The Los Angeles Dodgers made history Wednesday night.LA scored 11 points in the first inning against the Atlanta Braves in Game 3 of the National League Division Series, making it the most successful single-team inning in playoff history. the MLB.

Kyle Wright started for the Braves and allowed seven runs in two thirds of an inning in relief Grant Dayton returned the last four.

Pederson game, Edwin Rios and Max Muncy went deep for the Dodgers, including a grand slam for Muncy to make things 11-0. Dayton finally struck out Will Smith to complete the round.

Los Angeles totaled seven hits, three walks and one hit in 14 home plate appearances. The top half of the first one lasted about 32 minutes.

After the Dodgers held the Braves scoreless in the lower half of the inning, Cody Bellinger started the second with a solo home run to bring the score to 12-0. But it was not done.

In the third inning, the Dodgers had three more runs, all coming from Dayton to make it 15-0. The left-hander was retired after earning eight runs with two outs in the third inning. Huascar Ynoa came in and got the heat final for Atlanta.

Finally, the Braves picked up one with a long home homer from Christian Pache in the third to make it 15-1.

Game 4 is Thursday night from Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.


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