Dodgers Highlights: Walker Buehler Shines, Andy Pages, Freddie Freeman & Teoscar Hernández RBI Singles

Walker Buehler turned in a gem and the offense did enough to win as the Los Angeles Dodgers shut out the Cincinnati Reds, 4-0.

Buehler pitched six scoreless innings while striking out seven, walking no one and giving up just three hits.

The velocity was down from his previous starts, but his command was sharp and he was efficient all night. Buehler threw 78 total pitches, including 55 of them for strikes, to make it through the six innings.

His outing was enough to earn him his first win at Dodger Stadium in exactly two years.

It was a long recovery for Buehler following his second Tommy John surgery, but the right-hander’s outing was highly encouraging.

The Dodgers offense started their scoring in the fourth inning when Andy Pages hit an RBI single following walks from Freddie Freeman and Teoscar Hernández.

Gavin Lux then grounded out on what was a swinging bunt, which allowed the second run of the game to score.

The Dodgers added their third run in the fifth inning when Miguel Rojas doubled and Freeman followed with an RBI single.

For insurance, Freeman doubled in the bottom of the eighth, and Hernández drove him in to make it 4-0.

Dodgers bullpen impressive

Michael Grove and Daniel Hudson each pitched a perfect inning in the seventh and eighth, respectively. J.P. Feyereisen closed out the game with a perfect inning as well.

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