The Los Angeles Dodgers did not have the best game as a group in the 2017 All-Star Game in Miami.
The only one to have a genuinely successful night was Kenley Jansen, who allowed a single, stolen base and then a balk but managed to strike out the other three batters that he faced in the top of the 9th inning.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) July 12, 2017
Alex Wood pitched the 5th inning but allowed a run on a double and an extremely questionable pop fly base hit that landed in between three members of the Washington Nationals.
Cody Bellinger received three at-bats as the team’s right fielder, going 0-for-3 and striking out against Andrew Miller to end the game.
Corey Seager received two at-bats and went 0-for-2. He was robbed of a leadoff double in the 10th inning by Justin Upton in right field.
Justin Turner only received one inning of play on the field and on at-bat before Joe Maddon removed him from the game.
The most important thing is that it looks like all the players left happy and are healthy and ready to keep their roll of the regular season going. The team will stay in Miami for a weekend series so the players will get to relax for the rest of the week.
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