Any time a team scores 13 runs in a game, that team usually ends up on top after nine innings.
That happened on Tuesday night, as the Los Angeles Dodgers took care of the San Francisco Giants with a 13-5 victory after a six-run second inning got things going. It had been 20 games since LA last put double-digit runs on the board, but thanks to an onslaught of offense from virtually the entire team, Alex Wood came out of Tuesday with his second win of the season.
Cody Bellinger pulled off an incredible feat in this one, hitting a rare left-field triple — something especially rare in Dodger Stadium.
Bases loaded, no outs. @Cody_Bellinger had to hit ’em up with a triple. 👌
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 3, 2017
Bellinger’s triple brought in three runs and all but won the game for Los Angeles. LA and San Francisco will face off again on Wednesday, at 7:10 p.m. Pacific.