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Dodgers: The Walk-Off Streak Continues At The Chavez Ravine

Dodger fans spoiled with yet another walkoff winner.

The Diamondbacks, along with the Rockies, have now become a victim to the walk-off. The Dodgers have now walked off in five consecutive games at home, including Tuesday night’s wild walk-off walk. The walk-off streak first began back on June 21st, where the Dodgers walkoff-swept the Rockies in three games.

Wednesday night’s game was shaping up like it could come down to the wire yet again. Following a Carson Kelley home run in the 9th off of Kenley Jansen to take the lead, the Dodgers weren’t done yet. Kiké’s lead off double paid off as Beaty promptly knocked him in with a hit of his own.

Free baseball at Dodger Stadium is always a mystery, but knowing how productive this offense has been this year, you can count on the boys in blue to send the fans home happy. With one out in the 9th, Bellinger drills a 1-0 fastball over the outer half to end it. Dodgers win it 5-4 in the 10th!

Much earlier in this one, Bellinger hit home run number 28 of the season in the second inning. That long ball cemented Cody into the Dodgers All-Time record books, tying Gil Hodges and Duke Snider with most home runs before the All-Star Break. Bellinger wasn’t done yet. His walk-off home run marks 29 for him, making him the only Dodger with 29 homers for the All-Star break. Bellinger sits at the top of that leaderboard.

Here’s the game-winner. One of the sweetest swings in all of baseball.

On Cody Bellinger’s second straight walk-off, the Dodgers take both games from Arizona and will prepare for a four game series at home against the Padres. Will the Dodgers secure walk-off number six in a row tonight? We’ll see if they have some more fireworks to set off on America’s Birthday.

Written by Tyler Hawk

Currently living in Central California. Life-long Dodgers and Chargers fan.

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  1. Great come from behind win and not to take anything away from that, but the reason it was a come from behind win is because Jansen continues to have problems closing the door.

    Therefore, I still hope that the Dodgers will acquire a late inning reliever of quality. If this club is serious about a WS win then they better help out the BP, this month. If not then it will be a fascinating gamble to see if Jansen gets better or worse, and if the latter who they’ll try to use to help him out from the rest of the Pen.

      • I’m not a “Debbie downer” I am just pointing out that we need to shore up the closer slot in the bull pen. With the way this club is playing, maybe looking ahead to the post season and going for it all this year with one more solid arm in the pen. Why not?

  2. This run the Dodgers are on is truly amazing! Best part of the night, for me anyway? Listening to the stunned DBack announcers, both booth and post game, after Cody bashed that pitch over the wall. They were crushed!!!!!!! All hail Cody!!!!!!!!

  3. The dodgers are clutch when it doesn’t matter, all the real dodger fan’s know this. The bullpen is weak so all we have once again is hope that they can take this clutch play to the playoffs and win a championship for the city or just wait for the real champs of the town to do it. The great Lakers.

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