According to ESPN Analytics
8:10 PM, June 1, 2022
Los Angeles, California
Line: LAD -265
- Home Plate Umpire - Chad Fairchild
- First Base Umpire - Laz Diaz
- Second Base Umpire - Tripp Gibson
- Third Base Umpire - Nate Tomlinson
|1st||VanMeter singled to center, Hayes scored, Reynolds to second.||1||0|
|4th||Taylor singled to center, T. Turner scored, J. Turner to second.||1||1|
|5th||Reynolds homered to right (409 feet), Hayes scored.||3||1|
|5th||Freeman grounded out to first, Pillar scored, Betts to second, Lux to third.||3||2|
|8th||Castro homered to left (413 feet), Chavis scored.||5||2|
|9th||Chavis reached on infield single to shortstop, Marcano scored, Reynolds to third.||6||2|
|9th||Castro singled to shallow right, Reynolds scored and Chavis scored.||8||2|
|9th||Betts homered to left (379 feet), Lux scored.||8||4|
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