Just two innings into the second game of the series between reigning MLB champions the Los Angeles Dodgers and their division rivals the Arizona Bells, the lead of the former is defining.
The Dodgers attacked early and thanks to Max Muncy’s 2-run RBI double and Bellinger’s home run with one in circulation, they put a lot of dirt in the middle just early in the game.
But the real standout of the game so far is a four-base hit by California third baseman Justin Turner, who just hit the first GRAND SLAM of his entire career as a major league.
Justin had hit 138 full-lap hits in the MLB to date since his professional debut at that level in 2009. His most for a season is 27, achieved twice, 2016 and 2019.
In this way, the starting player of the third pad of the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated his second inclusion, announced today, in the roster of the All-Star game, to be held next Tuesday at Coors Field in Colorado. (Fielding)