Dee Gordon was one of three Los Angeles Dodgers who entered the 2014 All-Star Game as a reserve and performed well.

Gordon pinch-ran for Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Chase Utley when he reached on a hit-by-pitch with two outs in fourth inning and the National League trailing, 3-2.

Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy hit a shot off the right field wall for his second RBI double of the game. Running on contact with two outs, Gordon raced around the basepaths and scored easily to tie the game.

Statcast tracked Gordon’s speed peaking just over 20 MPH as he rounded third base and made his way home. Batting consistently from the top of the Dodgers’ lineup, Gordon has been a tear on the bases and leads the Majors with 43 stolen bases.

Arguably one of his most impressive stolen bases came just days ago on a pitch out against the San Diego Padres.
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