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Tony Gonsolin Silences San Diego, JT’s Instant Impact, Kenley Jansen Grinds out Big Save



The Dodgers bounced back Wednesday with a 3-1 win over San Diego to push their lead in the NL West back to 2.5 games. Tony Gonsolin gave up just one run in seven innings pitched in what was the best outing of the burgeoning star’s young career. We break down all of the night’s action, Justin Turner’s instant impact, Kenley Jansen getting out of a bases loaded jam, Cody Bellinger’s swing, and more!

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Written by Doug McKain

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  1. JT once again shows up when it matters. Even though he’s 36, they need to lock him down for two more years, especially since it’s likely that the DH sticks.

  2. Great to have Turner back. Last nights game could have easily ended with a loss due to Roberts use of Jansen. It should be apparent that Jansen is just throwing BP for the opponents. They need someone who can CLOSE not prolong the game. 90 mph cutter thrown 85% of the time just doesn’t qualify him as a closer. Time to move on

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