Dodgers Make History in Four Game Series Against D’Backs
A lot of fun at Dodger Stadium!
If you wanted an offensive show from the Dodgers to start the season, you got it.
The Los Angeles Dodgers ended their four game series with the Arizona Diamondbacks Sunday with a 8-7 victory, taking the series 3-1. The Dodgers scored a record of 42 runs in the 4 games outscoring their opponent 42-22. The 42 runs is the most the team has scored in a four game series since they moved to Los Angeles from Brooklyn.
“I think that overall quality of at-bats, this is as good of a four-game series as I’ve seen in the last couple years,” manager Dave Roberts said.
The Dodgers’ Sunday came off a game where they scored 18 runs as well as 12 runs on opening day. Some of the big bats came from former Diamondback A.J Pollock who connected on all cylinders, but the biggest bat of them all came from Cody Bellinger who hit his fourth homer on Sunday, giving him a fast start to the new season–noting he did not play up to his potential the year before.
Check out this home run by Cody Bellinger from Sunday Via MLB Twitter page: