October 18, 2021

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The Los Angeles Dodgers did not achieve their goal of ousting the San Francisco Giants from the MLB Western League Title Battle |  Other sports |  Sports

The Los Angeles Dodgers did not achieve their goal of ousting the San Francisco Giants from the MLB Western League Title Battle | Other sports | Sports

(Video) The Dodgers claimed their 106th win and finished the tournament with the second-highest winner in Major League Baseball history.

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The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 10-3 on Sunday, but the show wasn’t enough to get the San Francisco Giants out of the fight for the NL West title.

The Dodgers claimed their 106th win and finished the tournament with the second-highest winner in Major League Baseball history.

Meanwhile, second baseman Tria Turner sent his second major in less than 48 hours and earned a batting National League title.

The Dodgers’ streak of eight consecutive Premier League titles ended with a match behind the Giants, who beat San Diego 11-4 in their 107th victory.

The Dodgers host the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League game on Wednesday, with the winner playing the Giants in the National League Series.

The Dodgers (106-56) had a franchise record for wins set two years earlier.

The win was credited to rookie Walker Buehler (16-4) in five runs. Since the day before, the Mexican Julio Orías declared the champion of victories in the major tournaments, after achieving his twentieth victory in the tournament.

Urreas became the Dodgers’ first 20-game winner since Clayton Kershaw in 2014, hitting one in the seventh inning as the Los Angeles beat the Milwaukee Brewers 8-3.

Urreas (20-3) lost one hit, hit seven and walked two in 6 rounds and a third into his 32nd start of the regular season, becoming the only winner of 20 Premier League games this year.

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The 25-year-old left-hander retired 16 consecutive hitters after allowing Eduardo Escobar to double in the first half.

Urías came in seventh as part of a double change, handing the ball to coach Dave Roberts and marching while receiving a standing ovation from 49,705 spectators.

Kershaw won 21 games in 2014, when he won the last of three Cy Young Awards.

Urreas became the fourth Mexican-born player to win 20 major tournament games, joining former Dodger Fernando Valenzuela and Teddy Higuera, of Milwaukee (both in 1986), as well as Esteban Luisa of the Chicago White Sox (2003).

Urreas has not lost since June 21 in San Diego.

While the Brewers’ loss went to relief Aaron Ashby (3-2) in two-thirds of the episode. (Dr)