KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers were ahead, 3-2, until a rare meltdown by setup man
AT THE PLATE:
ON THE MOUND: Ryu delivered another solid start, limiting the Indians to two runs and seven hits over seven innings. This was the second consecutive start for Ryu in which he completed seven innings.
FOR THE RECORD BOOKS: With Ryu walking no batters, Dodgers starting pitchers have walked two or fewer batters in the last 36 games. That ties the longest single-season streak in baseball since 1900, according Elias. The only team to match the feat was the 2005 Minnesota Twins.