Los Angeles Dodgers VS Washington Nationals, Tea Turner is Back

Tyler Anderson pitched eight shutout innings. He had 3 RBIs in his most memorable game against his previous group. The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Washington Nationals 10-1 on Monday. He halted his initial 16 shots before Cesar Hernandez multiplied out in the 6th set.

Tea Turner, who played with Washington for seven seasons prior to moving to Los Angeles last July, stretched out his streak to 15 games in singles two times in the 6th set. He likewise got a RBI groundout on his originally hit.

The Dodgers have won eight of nine and have the best record in the National League at 28-13. Washington tumbled to 5-16 at Nationals Park, the most horrendously awful home record in the majors.

Turner was a vital figure in Washington’s 2019 title group. He and reliever Daniel Hudson, who was the last to emerge from the World Series that year for the Nationals. They were acquainted with commendation before the setup was reported. However, Anderson (5-0) immediately made it his evening.

The left-hander required only 50 shots to finish five innings. It was ending Maikel Franco traveling to open the 6th before Hernandez bungled his work at flawlessness with a left focus shot. Anderson hasn’t thought about the ideal game.  He permitted five hits, hitting eight without running.

The Dodgers bet Anderson for the lead two times prior to taking the hill. During the assembly two times in the final quarter, he scored 3 additional times against Joan Adon with 1-8. Chris Taylor made a triple run, and after Gavin Lux’s run, Nationals traditional Juan Soto mistreated Mookie Betts for two rounds.

Adon permitted six sudden spikes in demand for seven hits in 4 2/3 innings. This youngster lost his 6th consecutive beginning and driven a major misfortune. The Nationals had nine runs during Adon’s slip.

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