WINJosh FieldsJ. Fields(2-0)1.2 IP, 0 ER, 2 K, 0 BB
LOSSJon LesterJ. Lester(3-3)3.1 IP, 6 ER, 3 K, 2 BB

Cubs Hitting

J. Baez2B-SS2-551210116.268.299.500
K. Bryant3B1-331102223.281.394.545
A. Rizzo1B2-551220121.239.369.473
I. HappLF-2B0-550000427.245.351.490
J. HeywardRF1-550100019.250.324.406
W. ContrerasC-LF2-551210229.241.298.409
A. RussellSS1-22010108.217.290.343
a - J. JayPH-CF0-11000004.298.388.381
A. Almora Jr.CF2-330200011.263.318.374
b - K. SchwarberPH-LF-C0-11000009.171.292.341
J. LesterP0-11000018.091.125.136
M. MontgomeryP0-00000002.000.000.000
P. StropP0-00000000.000.000.000
H. RondonP0-00000000.000.000.000
c - M. MonteroPH0-11000016.323.357.492
F. PenaP0-00000000.0001.000.000
a-grounded to second for A Russell in the 7th
b-grounded to first for A Almora Jr. in the 7th
c-struck out looking for H Rondon in the 8th
  • Batting
  • HR:
    Contreras (5, 2nd inning off Kershaw 0 on, 0 Out); Báez (8, 4th inning off Kershaw 0 on, 1 Out); Rizzo (12, 4th inning off Kershaw 1 on, 1 Out)
  • RBI:
    Contreras (23), Báez (23), Rizzo 2 (30)
  • SH:
    Lester; Montgomery
  • Team RISP:
    0-9 (Báez 0-2, Almora Jr. 0-1, Bryant 0-2, Rizzo 0-2, Happ 0-1, Heyward 0-1)
  • Team LOB:
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    1 (Russell-Rizzo)

Cubs Pitching

J. Lester (L, 3-3)3.17662376-463.8676
M. Montgomery1.21110217-112.4317
P. Strop1.00001114-93.3114
H. Rondon1.02221232-184.4232
F. Pena1.01001222-113.3822
  • Pitching
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    Lester 9/19; Montgomery 4/6; Strop 1/3; Rondón 2/6; Peña 3/5
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    Lester 13-6-13-14; Montgomery 2-3-2-4; Strop 3-3-2-1; Rondón 3-5-7-3; Peña 4-3-2-2
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    Lester 2-5; Montgomery 1-2; Strop 2-0; Rondón 0-1; Peña 0-1
  • Game Scores:
    J Lester 23

Dodgers Hitting

L. Forsythe3B0-330001022.237.361.288
S. RomoP0-00000000.000.000.000
A. LiberatoreP0-00000000.000.000.000
c - A. GonzalezPH1-11010004.260.314.354
K. JansenP0-00000000.500.500.500
C. SeagerSS2-551200329.284.386.470
C. TaylorCF1-551100110.321.415.557
F. GutierrezLF0-00000000.265.342.441
a - Y. PuigPH-RF2-442220012.227.297.407
E. Hernandez2B-3B1-332131017.253.324.535
A. BarnesC2-332211018.264.381.528
C. Bellinger1B1-441130319.272.344.596
B. EibnerRF-LF0-440000212.227.292.500
C. KershawP1-22010016.200.259.200
J. FieldsP0-00000000.000.000.000
b - C. UtleyPH-2B0-000002012.222.322.354
c-singled to right for A Liberatore in the 8th
a-flied out to left for F Gutierrez in the 1st
b-walked for J Fields in the 6th
  • Batting
  • HR:
    Bellinger (10, 2nd inning off Lester 2 on, 0 Out); Hernández (4, 3rd inning off Lester 2 on, 1 Out); Barnes (2, 5th inning off Montgomery 0 on, 2 Out); Puig (9, 7th inning off Rondón 1 on, 1 Out)
  • RBI:
    Bellinger 3 (28), Hernández 3 (16), Barnes (7), Puig 2 (27)
  • 2Out RBI:
  • GIDP:
  • Team RISP:
    3-7 (Hernández 1-1, Puig 1-1, Seager 0-2, Taylor 0-2, Bellinger 1-1)
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    Taylor (1, 2nd base off Rondón/Contreras)
  • Fielding
  • E:
    Forsythe (2, ground ball)

Dodgers Pitching

C. Kershaw4.1114426109-722.37109
J. Fields (W, 2-0)1.20000223-160.8423
S. Romo (H, 6)0.2000019-67.319
A. Liberatore (H, 1)1.10001225-153.3825
K. Jansen1.00000117-111.4217
  • Pitching
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    Kershaw 19/27; Fields 4/5; Romo 1/2; Liberatore 4/5; Jansen 0/3
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    Kershaw 10-14-30-18; Fields 2-4-9-1; Romo 2-2-1-1; Liberatore 6-1-6-2; Jansen 0-1-8-2
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    Kershaw 5-2; Fields 0-3; Romo 1-0; Liberatore 1-1; Jansen 1-1
  • Game Scores:
    C Kershaw 29

Scoring Summary

2ndContreras homered to right center (403 feet).10
2ndBellinger homered to right center (415 feet), Hernández and Barnes scored.13
3rdHernández homered to left (411 feet), Seager and Puig scored.16
4thBáez homered to left (413 feet).26
4thRizzo homered to right (418 feet), Bryant scored.46
5thBarnes homered to left center (408 feet).47
7thPuig homered to center (444 feet), Taylor scored.49

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