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Recap: Corey Seager Homers, but Dodgers Fall 3-2 to Diamondbacks | VIDEO

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The Los Angeles Dodgers traveled to Arizona to begin a 3-game series vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks. Dodgers pitcher Mike Bolsinger faced his former team, which is being led by former Dodger Zack Greinke.

Greinke faced the Dodgers for the first time since leaving the club.

Game Highlights:

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The Dodgers started off strong taking an early lead after Justin Turner hit a single bringing home Corey Seager. Arizona tied the game after Bolsinger gave up a solo-home run to Paul Goldschmidt in the bottom of the first. The Diamondbacks extended their lead in the bottom of the 3rd inning.

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Fortunately for the Dodgers, Corey Seager came through in the top of the fifth inning hitting his 15th home run of the season.

Bottom of the fifth Arizona regained the lead and Bolsinger’s night was done.

After the 7th inning Greinke’s night was also done.

The Dodgers attempted a comeback loading the bases for a grand slam in the 8th inning but fell short with an out on Howie Kendrick. In the 9th inning, Dodgers’ offense was still unable to step up their game, falling to the Diamondbacks 3-2. The Dodgers will be in action on Tuesday before closing out the series vs. Arizona on Wednesday with Clayton Kershaw on the mound.

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  1. How is Bolsinger any better than Stripling? Bolsinger gave us some fool’s gold last year but he was a quad A player before he came to the Dodgers and he is still one today. He is a long relief pitcher at best.
    Keki also has run out of rope and the Dodgers need to give someone else some MLB ABs. Walters and Culberson can play multiple positions. Hernandez isn’t even giving the team quality at bats.

  2. The Dodgers are proving themselves to be a .500 team at best.  Same woes.  Pitching and hitting inconsistencies do not win Divisions or Pennants.  I believe they’re batting around .230 as a team.  I pick them as third place.  We were trailing the Giants by just three games three days ago.  We’re now trailing by six games, in fact, we’re getting closer to third place than first

    Looking forward to next year already.

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