If on Sunday
One day after Beckett threw the 21st no-hitter in
After spending the bottom of the seventh running the bases, he gave up a double to the first batter he faced – Cincinnati’s
The Dodgers ultimately had to hang on for a 4-3 victory over the
In only his second start since coming off the disabled list with a sore shoulder, Ryu (5-2) gave up three hits, all in the eighth, in his 7 1/3 innings. He struck out seven and did not walk a batter.
By the time Frazier collected his double, the Dodgers had thrown 17 consecutive hitless innings, a Los Angeles Dodgers record.
Throwing particularly hard for him, Ryu hit 94 mph several times on the stadium radar gun and quickly went through the Cincinnati lineup over the first seven innings while clinging to a 1-0 lead.
The Dodgers, however, scored three times in the bottom of the seventh and Ryu was again involved in the action.
Running to score from second might have taken something out of Ryu. Frazier led off the eighth and hit a clean double to left on the second pitch he saw.
Brayan Pena then singled, prompting Manager
Mattingly called on the highly inconsistent
Jansen put two on but held the Reds scoreless in the ninth to pick up his 15th save.