Nobody walks in L.A., at least until it hurts.
Both scored as the
The Indians scored three times in the eighth inning to overcome the 3-2 lead with which Ryu exited. After winning five consecutive series, the Dodgers dropped two of three games to the Indians.
Ryu (9-5) certainly did his job, holding Cleveland to a
Not walking opponents has been something of a de rigueur of late for all members of the Dodgers' rotation.
The 36 consecutive games of walking two or fewer by the starting pitchers is the most in the
Miguel Rojas collected a hit, and with two outs, Ryu continued the rotation’s strong hitting, driving a double to left to score him. After two walks loaded the bases,
Which would stand until the inconsistent Wilson (1-3) took over in the eighth inning and walked the first two batters. Wilson struck out Yan Gomes, but pinch-hitter
After an intentional walk to Lonnie Cisenhall,
The Dodgers got one back in the bottom of the inning when