Dodgers News: L.A. Breaks HR Record in 4-Game Sweep of Mets

The Dodgers absolutely obliterated the New York Mets when they made their way into Los Angeles.

Averaging nine runs per game over the four game sweep, the Dodgers combined to hit 15 home runs off of the Mets pitching staff, which set a franchise record for most home runs hit over a four game series.

Joc Pederson’s 9th inning home run was number 15 of the series and ultimately buried the Mets for the fourth straight game.

The Dodger received home runs from a variety of players throughout the week.

Monday featured two from Cody Bellinger, one from Justin Turner and one from Chris Taylor.

Tuesday had three from Corey Seager, one from Cody Bellinger and one from Yasmani Grandal.

Wednesday had one from Yasiel Puig and two from Yasmani Grandal.

And finally, Thursday had one from Justin Turner, one from Enrique Hernandez and one absolute bomb from Joc Pederson.

EIGHT different Dodgers combined to hit those 15 home runs this week. Now the team is in first place and has cruised through seven straight victories.

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Written by Trevor Vernola


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