Dodgers Highlights: Shohei Ohtani & Teoscar Hernández Lead Offense To 10-Run Game

The Los Angeles Dodgers blew out the San Francisco Giants with a 10-2 victory, clinching a series win at Oracle Park versus the division rivals.

Shohei Ohtani opened the scoring for the Dodgers in the fourth inning with a long home run that traveled nearly 450 feet and almost left the stadium into the bay. It was Ohtani’s 12th home run of the season, and ignited the Dodgers’ offense as they began to break through after that with a four-run inning.

Following Ohtani, Freddie Freeman and Will Smith both worked walks, and Freeman came around to score when Teoscar Hernández doubled, putting them up 2-0. That was followed by a sacrifice fly from Max Muncy to give the Dodgers their third run of the inning.

Gavin Lux capped them off with their fourth run by tripling to center field. It was Lux’s first triple of the season as he continues to show signs of life with the bat.

The Dodgers added another run in the fifth with back-to-back singles from Mookie Betts and Ohtani, and then an RBI single from Will Smith.

They scored their sixth run when Betts tripled to start the seventh, and Ohtani doubled him home for his second RBI of the game.

For good measure, the Dodgers extended their lead in the ninth with back-to-back doubles from James Outman and Miguel Rojas, and a single from Freeman, putting them up 8-1.

Hernández then drove in the ninth 10th run of the game with a triple, giving him a team-best 36 RBI on the season.

Gavin Stone once again shines for Dodgers

Gavin Stone pitched another strong game, throwing six innings while giving up just five hits and one run. His swing and miss stuff wasn’t there as he struck out just two, compared to three walks, but he prevented hard contact and worked out of jams all game.

The only run he allowed came in the sixth inning on a single following a walk and a wild pitch. He kept the Giants off the board for the first five innings as the offense built up a lead. Stone has now pitched at least six innings in his last four starts, and he’s given up just four runs over 26 innings during that time, good for a 1.38 ERA.

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