Dodgers sweep Padres with a dominating victory in game 3, 12-3
Los Angeles- The Dodgers destroys the San Diego Padres in Game 3 to pull out the 12-3 victory.
On Friday, the Dodgers showed the world that they have one of the best bull pens in the league. LA was showing off in the third inning, as they scored five runs. LA was seeing the sliders and inside pitches that Padres' pitcher Craig Stammen was throwing and pulling out hit on them.The Dodgers finished the game with a four scoring inning in the ninth to send the Padres packing.
Urías got Tatis Jr. was a force to be reckon with in Game 3. Tatis got the Dodgers out of a sticky position at the bottom of the second. The Padres had the bases loaded and Tatis struck out the hitter, which in the Dodgers' eyes was the key factor with pulling out the victory. Tatis went on to pitch five innings, strike out six players, and only allowed one base hit.
After the game was over, Justin Turner was asked what he thought about Tatis pitching in Game 3. "It doesn’t surprise us. He’s a bulldog out there. When he’s on the mound, he competes as good as anyone. For him to go out there and shut down a really good lineup the way he did. He was outstanding. he doesn’t shy away from the big moment and you could definitely see that out there tonight.”
The Dodgers will face the Atlanta Braves in the NLCS on Monday.