Yasiel Puig is starting the second half similar to how he started the first.

Puig’s 18th homer lifted the Dodgers to another win. His career-high for a season is 18.

It was the sixth time this season L.A. won after trailing after eight innings. The Dodgers just keep finding ways to win games; they’ve won 27 of their last 31.

Hyun-Jin Ryu won’t pitch on the roadtrip


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