Dodgers Set Franchise Record for Home Runs in a Three-Game Series

The Dodgers appeared to be participating in a home run derby.

With four home runs on Thursday, the Dodgers made franchise history over their three-game series against the Miami Marlins.

The Dodgers have hit 14 home runs in the series as of this post. That sets the franchise record for most homers in a three-game series.

The previous record of 12 was tied by Max Muncy and the new record was set by Corey Seager. Both were hit in the sixth inning. In the seventh inning, Cody Bellinger added to the record with his 40th homer of the season.

Six of their 14 home runs came in their 15-1 win on Tuesday, August 13. They followed it up with a four home run game the next day in a 9-1 win.

The home runs were hit by Corey Seager (three), Edwin Rios (two), Will Smith (two), Justin Turner (two), Cody Bellinger (two), Max Muncy, Kyle Garlick, and Matt Beaty.

Written by Blake Williams

I graduated with an Associate's Degree in Journalism from Los Angeles Pierce College and now I'm working towards my Bachelor's at Cal State University, Northridge. I'm currently the managing editor for the Roundup News and a writer for Dodgers Nation. Around the age of 12, I fell in love with baseball and in high school, I realized my best path to working in baseball was as a writer, so that's the path I followed. I also like to bring an analytics viewpoint to my work and I'm always willing to help someone understand them since so many people have done the same for me. Thanks for reading!


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