AJ Pollock, Joc Pederson and Mookie Betts hit the eighth inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers shook off Kevin Pillar's dramatic Grand Slam shortly before to claim their sixth straight win over the Colorado Rockies on Friday night, 6-6-10.
Pillar brought the Rockies 6-5 ahead in their eighth game and started a wild dugout party with his second career grand slam. That lead lasted six pitches against the relentless Dodgers, who won a total of 19 of 22 after beating five homers and a season high of 15 goals.
Cody Bellinger beat Carlos Estévez (1-1) before Pollock drove his eighth homer into the center-right, and Pederson followed with his sixth homer. Betts finished his three-hit game with his 13th homer, a two-run shot from Jeff Hoffman.
Will Smith hit a tiebreaking homer in two runs in the seventh for the leading Dodgers of the Major League (30-10). Max Muncy was also successful, and Corey Seager took two runs in an eleventh straight win in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium.
NL West's rivals have teamed up for eight homers in a game corresponding to the higher register.
Raimel Tapia and Sam Hilliard met to kick off a six-game road trip in Southern California that could be the key to their playoff hopes for the Rockies.
The Rockies almost won an impressive win when they loaded the bases with just one hit against the NL's best bullpen. Caleb Ferguson (2-0) handed a grand slam to Pillar, the San Fernando Valley-born man who came to Colorado from Boston on Monday and promptly made himself popular with teammates and fans in the hopes that the Rockies would match Secure a place in the playoffs.
Estévez hadn't allowed the Rockies to run on the road all season, but not many pitchers survived the Dodgers' ruthless line-up unscathed.
Rookie Dustin May tossed a three-hit ball in the sixth inning with five strokes in another strong start for the Dodgers, improving his fall to be their # 3 starter in the postseason. The 22-year-old allowed two homers for the first time in his career, but they were his only base runners to get past first.
Antonio Senzatela allowed seven hits and two runs over 5 1/3 innings of another solid start for Colorado.
Hilliard gave Colorado the lead with his sixth homer in the fifth inning. The Chavez Gorge success comes as no surprise to Hilliard, who has five homers here in just nine career appearances.
Mookie Betts hit his 13th home run of the season.
The game was postponed about five minutes later when a Dodger Stadium security officer spotted a drone hovering high above the pitch. The referees took both teams off the field until it flew away. At least four ball games across the continent have been delayed this season by rogue drone flights that previously took place in Boston, Minneapolis and New York. After the game resumed, the Dodger Stadium organist played the theme from "The X-Files".
Rockies: RHP Jon Gray placed on the 10-day list of injured with an infection of his right shoulder. He has struggled with an ERA of 6.69 in eight starts. RHP José Mujica came to fill Gray & # 39; s squad spot.
Tony Gonsolin (0-0, 0.51 ERA) is making his first start since the Dodgers officially put him into their rotation by trading Ross Stripling to Toronto. Colorado starter Germán Márquez (2-5, 4.88 ERA) is in a career-worst losing streak of four games.