I feel like I said this hundreds of times this season, but the Dodgers pulled off another magical victory on Wednesday night against the Chicago White Sox.

The offense looked like they were lost for the most part against Carlos Rodon, the White Sox starter for the evening. Kiké Hernandez had the only massive hit off of him which was a solo shot, marking his third home run of Rodon this season in four plate appearances.

The bottom of the 9th inning was quite an event in itself. Gregory Infante managed to get Justin Turner to pop out for the first out of the inning. Cody Bellinger came up to pinch hit for Kiké and the White Sox countered with their own pitching change, bringing in the lefty, Aaron Bummer. Bellinger singled and another pitching change was then made. Jake Petricka then came in and proceeded to give up a double to Logan Forsythe, scoring Cody Bellinger and bringing the Dodgers within one.

Austin Barnes singled and put runners on the corners for Yasiel Puig, then this happened:

The Dodgers are showing that you should never leave one of their games early. They now have ten walk-offs this season, and following the theme of a 2017 being a complete team effort, nine different players have hit those ten walk-offs. The season has shown more magic than we’ve ever seen before. Let’s hope it rolls through October.

Adrian Gonzalez to rejoin the Dodgers this weekend

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