“We went out there, and made sure we got all of it”- Los Angeles Dodgers win their 12th straight game

The LA Dodgers defeat the Kansas City Royals in a 13-3 victory.

LA Dodgers win their 12th straight game
LA Dodgers win their 12th straight game
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If there was any doubt about the Los Angeles Dodgers lineup’s strength and self-control, Saturday night was a great example of what they can accomplish when everything is going well. Six home runs helped Los Angeles defeat the Royals 13-3 for their twelfth straight victory, falling one short of tying a team record since moving to Los Angeles. On Sunday at Kauffman Stadium, the Dodgers (79-33), who have the best record in the Majors, will try to secure their fourth straight series sweep.

The first seven batters demonstrated how patient, selfless, and effective this Dodgers team will be. Mookie Betts set the tone by hitting a leadoff home run in the first inning, his twenty-sixth of the year, on a 2-2 pitch from Royals starter Brad Keller. However, the Dodgers added 4 more runs in the first inning on the strength of singles and walks to grab a quick 5-0 lead, and the road kept going. Nine players are taking professional at-bats, according to manager Dave Roberts.

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Good days for the Los Angeles Dodgers: 6 home runs and a 12-streak win

Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles Dodgers

Will Smith launched his seventeenth home run of the season in the second inning, a no-doubt bomb to left field that gave his team a seven-run advantage. Within the third inning, Gavin Lux added a single home run, giving him a total of five for the year. With a two-run blast to the right field in the fourth, Max Muncy added to the bombardment of home runs, giving the team a 10-2 advantage. Within the ninth, Cody Bellinger and Joey Gallo each hit a solo home run.

“Guys are continuing to work in the cage, get their swings right, and we’re sticking to our approaches at the plate,” Smith mentioned. “We’re being really stubborn and wearing guys out, and then jumping on them.” No one is seeing the ball higher than Muncy in the Dodgers‘ explosive offense, though. He seems to have improved after having trouble throughout the first four months of the season. The two-time All-Star has 5 home runs, 12 RBIs, and 9 runs scored in 9 video games this month. On Saturday, he had a career-high 4 hits and 4 RBIs.

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