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Dodgers: Offense Costs Julio Urias the Game Despite Strong Outing

The Dodgers came into their series against the Nationals swinging. Literally. Los Angeles combined to put up 19 runs on 21 hits over their first two games of the series, both of which they won.

So when they faced off against the middling arm of Erick Fedde, they had to expect more. Fedde held the Dodgers scoreless across 6 innings of work. He allowed 4 hits and issued hits 1 walk en route to his third win of the year.

On the other side, Julio Urias spun his own gem. He gave up just 1 run across 6 innings and punched out 3 batters. Unfortunately for him, the Dodgers bats went ice cold in the final game of the series.

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Up next, the Dodgers will head out to Arizona for a quick turnaround series against the DBacks. Mitch White gets the ball in game one on Thursday, and he faces off against Humberto Castellanos.

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  1. Sit 3 regular players this will happen even against a minor league team like the nationals. Dumb roberts never learns

  2. I understand that the season is 162 games, and your prime players need time off. But a starting lineup with Barnes, Rios, and Hanser on top of lack of hitting by Justin & Muncy and your team looks like garbage and loses. I nlame this one on Roberts.

  3. What I don’t understand (like most things in my life) is why would you bench the hottest hotter in the world (Mookie) but let the coldest hitter in the world play every day? Why not let Mookie rest AFTER he cools off?

  4. Sitting Mookie when he is this hot is borderline criminal. Wait until he shows signs of fatigue before sitting him.

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