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Los Angeles Dodgers Have Lost 5 Of Their Last Six Games, After Loss To Dodgers

Los Angeles Dodgers Have Lost 5 Of Their Last Six Games, After Loss To Dodgers

Los Angeles Dodgers are struggling with their form after losing 11-4 to Miami Marlins in a race for the wild-card spot. 

Miami opened play a half-game behind Cincinnati and Joey Wendle was the star of the match. He drove in four runs and finished a triple shy of hitting for the cycle. 

The 33-year-old Wendle batted ninth in the order and delivered a homer, double, and single to highlight the 13-hit attack of the surging Marlins, who have won six consecutive games. 

Luis Arraez also drove in two runs with a double.

Wendle’s second homer of the season — a two-run shot, made it 2-1, and Chisholm connected for a three-run drive before Sánchez added a solo gust.

He has given up 15 runs and 14 hits over nine innings in his last two outings.

Lynn (10-11) was lifted after 4 2/3 innings. The veteran right-hander allowed eight earned runs and seven hits. 

The NL Dodgers lost for the fifth time in six games. Los Angeles will be without starting pitcher Julio Urías for a long period after MLB placed him on administrative leave on Wednesday. 

Rookie James Outman hit his 18th homer, a two-run shot in the ninth, for the Dodgers.

Los Angeles struck first on Jason Heyward’s solo shot off reliever A.J. Puk in the fourth. Heyward drove Puk’s 3-2 pitch over the wall in right for his 14th homer.

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