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Julio Urías Fights Through Shaky a First, Offense erupts in the 7th, Dodgers Rock the Rockies 9-3!



Julio Urías rebounded after a shaky first inning to hold the Rockies hitless for the remainder of his outing. The Dodgers bats broke the game wide open in the 7th, scoring a season-high 6 runs after Mookie Betts singled in a run, Corey Seager had an RBI double, followed by a two-run double by Will Smith and a wild pitch by Carlos Estevez and a passed ball by Tony Wolters.

We break down all of the action in the Dodgers 9-3 win over Colorado, Urías’ gritty performance, Mookie’s MVP caliber season, and more!

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Was this game enough to secure Julio Urias the third spot in the rotation in the playoffs? If he can clean up those first innings woes, the lefty is throwing close to ace levels. Also, was another 3 hit game for Corey Seager enough to give him some real NL MVP consideration?

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Written by Doug McKain

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  1. Urias finished this game really strong. Good composure. May, Gonsolin, and Urias are all young but show the composure and confidence of seasoned veterans.

  2. Seems like this become more than a “trend.” Maybe they should have him throw a “simulated ” inning before each start? 🙂

    • I’m thinking of Urias moving to the bullpen in the postseason where you can’t have a shakey first inning because it will likely be your last inning as well. So he does need to work on it.

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