The Dodgers keep winning and winning and winning and winning.

Contributions are coming from a different person every single night. Tonight, it was utility man Kiké Hernandez.

Kiké entered the game experiencing quite the slump over the last few weeks. He showed signs of escaping though over the weekend when he hit a shot into deep left at Marlins Park in Miami, only to be robbed by the Marlins All-Star left fielder, Marcell Ozuna.

Tonight, he hit his first home run so high and far into the sky that there was no man tall enough to pull it back onto the field. It was his ninth home run of the season.

He did not stop there. In the top of the 4th inning…. He went out and did it one more time. His 1oth home run of the season which puts him three home runs over his previous career high of seven that he hit in both 2015 and 2016.

The Dodgers have the magic touch and it has officially spread to just about every member on this Dodger offense over the last month.

Dodgers streak reaching historic numbers

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