The Los Angeles Dodgers leave Dodger Stadium with a win after defeating the San Diego Padres and preventing back-to-back sweeps.
The offense has been struggling this week, despite the teams long home stand. To put things in perspective only five players had more than two hits. One of them was Clayton Kershaw who on Sunday drove in the only run of the game.
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Dodgers RBI leaders (Apr 25-May 1)
— #TBLAYourFriend (@truebluela) May 2, 2016
Still with a long week of road games ahead the Dodgers look to build upon this win, and it’s something they have done before.
#Dodgers 6 game losing streak is longest since May 2013 when they lost 8 consecutive before going on 42-9 run.
— David Vassegh (@THEREAL_DV) May 1, 2016
So with a happy clubhouse and a happy flight on Monday Dodger players took this time to celebrate and be thankful for No. 22.
— Enrique Hernandez (@kikehndez) May 1, 2016
running after wins ?? pic.twitter.com/cqhEdoZd2b
— Joc Pederson (@yungjoc650) May 1, 2016
— Justin Turner (@redturn2) May 1, 2016
Winning is like better than losing.
— Brett Anderson (@BrettAnderson35) May 1, 2016
— Enrique Hernandez (@kikehndez) May 2, 2016