• Dodgers
    LAD
  • Cardinals
    STL

Dodgers
Dodgers

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
2-552210019.250.325.443
1-441110226.310.403.526
3-442330016.277.351.490
1-331120224.290.351.463
1-22010006.258.340.468
2-440210011.284.335.467
0-00000000.094.094.094
0-00000000.200.200.200
0-11000004.263.326.459
0-00000000.000.000.000
0-550000114.184.299.336
2-331201013.235.316.450
2-331200112.204.330.262
0-11000016.239.344.467
1-22111006.238.333.286
1-11010003.261.338.391
PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
C. Kershaw6.08432892-632.5192
K. Maeda1.13110320-153.9220
C. Ferguson0.2000008-63.508
K. Jansen1.01212029-162.9429

Cardinals
Cardinals

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
2-552200114.270.386.553
2-442201118.285.352.438
1-551100220.303.361.452
2-551220113.281.322.435
1-330121117.234.310.426
1-550110123.265.345.431
0-00000000.111.111.333
0-00000000.143.143.214
0-11000106.272.325.446
0-22000018.198.237.262
0-11000001.246.318.491
1-440100313.270.340.424
1-11010001.250.250.313
1-11111002.195.209.268
0-00000109.250.294.491
0-00000000.000.000.000
0-00000000.000.500.000
0-00000000.220.307.305
0-11000004.206.325.471
0-00000000.000.000.000
PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
A. Gomber3.09771371-523.7871
T. Ross3.02110138-274.1138
J. Brebbia1.02110120-123.6520
M. Mayers1.02000219-134.3719
B. Cecil1.01000012-86.1612

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • LAD4
    • 1STL
  • Stolen Bases

    • LAD0
    • 0STL
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • LAD11
    • 7STL
  • Total Bases

    • LAD24
    • 18STL

Game Information

Busch Stadium
  • St. Louis, Missouri 63012
  • Line: LAD -1359
  • Over/Under: 8
Attendance: 40,997
93%
Capacity: 43,975
3:28
Home Plate Umpire - Quinn Wolcott, First Base Umpire - Marvin Hudson, Second Base Umpire - James Hoye, Third Base Umpire - Eric Cooper, Left Field Umpire - -, Right Field Umpire - -
WINClayton KershawC. Kershaw(8-5)6.0 IP, 3 ER, 8 K, 2 BB
LOSSAustin GomberA. Gomber(5-1)3.0 IP, 7 ER, 3 K, 1 BB

Scoring Summary

InningLADSTL
1stFreese tripled to left, Taylor and Machado scored.20
1stKemp singled to right center, Freese scored.30
1stOzuna grounded out to second, Carpenter scored, Muñoz to third.31
3rdMachado doubled to right, Turner scored.41
4thKershaw singled to shallow left, Hernández scored, Barnes to second.51
4thTaylor doubled to deep right center, Barnes scored, Kershaw to third.61
4thTurner hit sacrifice fly to center, Kershaw scored, Taylor to third.71
4thMachado hit sacrifice fly to center, Taylor scored.81
5thRoss homered to center (396 feet).82
5thOzuna singled to left, Carpenter scored, Muñoz to third, J. Martínez to second.83
5thDeJong hit sacrifice fly to center, Muñoz scored.84
7thMachado homered to center (417 feet).94
7thDeJong singled to right center, Ozuna scored.95
9thGyorko grounded into fielder's choice to second, Muñoz scored, DeJong out at second, J. Martínez to third, J. Martínez scored on throwing error by shortstop Machado.97

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