As we all know 15 years ago New York was devastated by the reprehensible attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11. Prior to the game the team tweeted out something in remembrance of those lost on that horrific day.

Not to be outdone by Rich Hill’s seven perfect innings the day before, Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Urena pitched 8 2/3 innings only allowing four hits.

Urena’s arm proved to be too much for the Dodgers in their 3-0 loss, giving the Marlins the series win.

The Dodgers weren’t overpowered by Urena as he only struck out four batters, including Dodgers’ first baseman Adrian Gonzalez twice. Urena induced 12 ground ball outs and 10 fly ball outs, before turning the game over the closer A.J. Ramos for the final out.

On the other hand Los Angeles’ starter Kenta Maeda pitched six strong innings for his club only allowing three runs only two earned.

The Dodgers had two errors in the game, committed by outfielder Josh Reddick and rookie shortstop Corey Seager. The error was Seager’s 15th of the season. No one else on the Dodgers have more than six.

Next on the schedule for the Boys in Blue is a three-game series starting Monday in New York against the Yankees. Remember DodgersNation has teamed with Pantone294 taking over 1,300 Dodger fans to Yankee Stadium for game one of the series.

Rookie pitcher Jose De Leon is scheduled to start against the Bronx Bombers in the Bronx in only his second career start.

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