Pollock 8 RBIs, Beaty 7 RBIs, each and every slam as Dodgers bop Brews

A.J. Pollock drove in eight runs and Matt Beatty drove in seven, with both avid gamers hitting early enormous slams in a startling energy repeat that despatched the Los Angeles Dodgers over the Milwaukee Brewers 16-4 on Sunday.

Pollock homered twice and doubled whereas Beaty went 4 of 6 and scored three cases. inheritor slams came in opposition to Alec Bettinger, who gave up 11 runs in his astronomical league debut after by no arrive pitching above Double-A.


This changed into the first time in franchise ancient previous that the Dodgers had two avid gamers with on the least seven RBIs in the the same recreation. The final time it came about for any MLB crew changed into on Aug. 22, 2007, when Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Ramon Vazquez each and every had seven RBIs for the Texas Rangers in a 30-3 blowout of the Baltimore Orioles.

The final time two Dodgers hit enormous slams in the the same recreation came when Adrian Beltre and Shawn Green did it in a 12-3 victory over the Florida Marlins on Could perhaps just 21, 2000.

Pollock’s eight RBIs matched the very glorious single-recreation total by any participant in the ancient previous of American Family Field, which opened in April 2001 as Miller Park. He shares the file with Josh Willingham (2009) and Yasmani Grandal (2015). All three did it as visiting avid gamers.

Chris Taylor scored five runs, going 3 for 3 for the Dodgers.

Jacob Nottingham hit two homers for the Brewers, who reacquired him from Seattle earlier in the day. The Mariners had claimed Nottingham off waivers from the Brewers final week.

Julio Urias (4-0), who allowed one lunge and four hits in seven innings. He struck out 10 and walked none.

The Brewers had been in the hunt for to brush a four-recreation series from the Dodgers for easiest the 2nd time. Milwaukee recorded a four-recreation sweep at Dodger Stadium in Could perhaps just 2012.

But in a matchup featuring two decimated rosters – these two teams procure a mixed 27 avid gamers on the injured checklist – the Brewers ran out of wholesome proven pitchers.

Pollock hit a slam in the first inning, a three-lunge homer off Jordan Zimmermann in the sixth and an RBI double in the eighth. Beaty had an RBI infield hit in the first, a slam in the 2nd and a two-lunge single in the fourth.

Bettinger (0-1) allowed 11 runs on 11 hits and two walks in four innings. He hit a batter and struck out none — he did, nonetheless, retire Dodgers neatly-known individual Mookie Betts in all three at-bats.

The 25-year-frail righty virtually escaped with a scoreless first. But with two on and two outs, he hit Taylor with a pitch to load the bases and Beatty adopted with an infield hit that scored a lunge and Pollock’s enormous slam over the center-field wall keep the Dodgers ahead 5-0.

Bettinger again and two on and two outs in the 2nd when Taylor reached on an infield hit and Beaty produced the Dodgers’ 2nd enormous slam by sending a force over the outstretched arm of a leaping Avisaíl García in staunch field.



Dodgers: RHP Dustin Could perhaps just went on the 10-day injured checklist with an injured staunch arm and may perhaps perhaps undergo an MRI on Monday. Could perhaps just threw staunch 27 pitches Saturday sooner than leaving in glaring discomfort in the 2nd inning.

Brewers: OF Christian Yelich and OF Lorenzo Cain are expected to come support to movement all the scheme during the Brewers’ upcoming series in Philadelphia. President of baseball operations David Stearns said it’s possible they may perhaps be ready Monday. Yelich hasn’t played since April 11 attributable to a decrease support stress. Cain is getting better from a left quad stress and final played on April 13.


Dodgers: At Chicago on Monday to launch a three-recreation series with the Cubs. Walker Buehler (1-0, 3.16 ERA) will pitch for the Dodgers. Kyle Hendricks (1-3, 7.54) begins for the Cubs.

Brewers: At Philadelphia on Monday to launch a four-recreation series that opens a seven-recreation day commute. Scheduled starters are Adrian Houser (2-2, 3.65) for the Brewers and Vince Velasquez (0-0, 6.57) for the Phillies.