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Dodgers Recap: Dodgers Fall 4-1 to Rockies, Anderson Ties Personal Strikeout Record

After making history and breaking new records last night, the Dodgers dropped Sunday night’s game to the Colorado Rockies with a final score of 1-4.

Despite Tyler Anderson’s 10-strikeout game, the LA team’s offense did not come ready to play. Maybe it was because they didn’t need many hits to walk away with the win last night but the team only had 3 hits to the Rockies’ 10 hits.


Anderson Ties His All-Time High

On the mound for his 28th start of the season was Tyler Anderson who put in the work finishing with a line of 5 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 10 Ks, 86 pitches, and 36 CSW%.

The 10 strikeouts tied his all-time best yet it still wasn’t enough to amount to a win for the Dodgers. But, he was able to retire the last 16 batters which is impressive in itself and shows promise for the postseason.

The Dodgers’ pitching staff is the best in the league with a 2.80 ERA. Julio Urias has the second lowest ERA with 2.12 and trailing behind him with the 11th best ERA is his teammate Tyler Anderson.

The southpaw, who finished the regular season with a 2.54 ERA, has held it down all season for the Dodgers, even after welcoming a baby boy into the world just a few weeks ago.

Additionally, coming into the 2022 season, Anderson’s career ERA was 4.62. It now stands at 4.16 headed into October.

Cold Bats

Despite Anderson’s stellar performance from the mound, the team wasn’t able to get a piece of action off Rockies pitcher German Marquez who allowed only one hit across his six innings while striking out eight.

With Betts taking the day off, Freeman and Turner both failed to produce a hit against the Colorado team. The only run of the game came from a fielding error in the eighth allowing Cody Bellinger to score.

However, following the run with Thompson now at second base, Daniel Bard struck out the top of the Dodgers lineup 1-2-3 to end the inning. He then punched out the next three batters in the ninth to improve his ERA to 1.82 this season.

The Dodgers, who are now 110-49, will face off against the Rockies three more times to end their regular season. The first pitch is set for 7:10 pm where Tony Gonsolin will faceoff against Jose Urena.

Kristilyn Hetherington

Kristilyn is a student at Azusa Pacific University pursuing a B.A. in Journalism with a concentration on sports. She worked for her high school newspaper as Editor in Chief for three years and has been working here since July 2022. She also works for the Sports Information Office at her college and has served as a Student-Athlete Representative for the Student Government at APU. She was recently inducted into the National Journalism Honor Society, Kappa Tau Alpha, and has written a few pieces for the school newspaper and magazine. She's an avid sports lover and is excited to continue growing and learning in this field.

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