Nolan Gorman strengthens Cardinals with Dodgers
Nolan Gorman hit the final three-run home run in the eighth inning to lift it St. Louis Cardinals over the visit Los Angeles Dodgers saturday night 6-5
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cardinals Starting pitcher Miles Mikolas allowed three runs on six hits in seven innings. Reliever Ryan Helsley (2-2) earned the win and Giovanny Gallegos struck out. DodgersThe go-ahead run in the ninth inning earned him his fourth save
JD Martinez hit a three-run homer Dodgerswho suffered only their fifth defeat in 21 games
Dodgers Starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard allowed three runs on four hits in five innings. Victor Gonzalez (1-1) took the loss after allowing Gorman’s eighth inning.
Paul Goldschmidt hit a single in the first inning, Gorman walked and Wilson Contreras hit a two-out single to cardinals up 1-0
THE cardinals they increased their lead to 3-0 in the second half
Paul DeJong was hit by a leadoff pitch, then stole second base and scored on Alec Burleson’s double. Burleson advanced to third on a groundout and scored on Lars Nootbaar’s sacrifice fly.
Mikolas retired the first 10 batters. Freddie Freeman hit a one-out double in the fourth inning, but Mikolas walked the next two batters.
David Peralta hit a double in the fifth and Jason Heyward moved to third on an infield single. However, Mikolas made two lands flee again.
THE Dodgers tied the game at 3-3 in the sixth inning. Mookie Betts and Freeman hit singles and Martinez led off with a homer
Tommy Edman conducted the cardinals‘ half of the eighth inning with a double off the left-field wall. Goldschmidt was intentionally walked and Gorman followed with his homer, his 13th of the season
THE DodgersMiguel Vargas led off the ninth inning with a double. Peralta followed with a single and Heyward hit an RBI double
Gallegos relieved Helsley and allowed Will Smith to sacrifice himself, but he struck out Betts to end the match.
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