The Dodgers’ first homestand of the season began with the team receiving their World Series rings. It ended with a perfect record following a come-from-behind 7-5 win over the Rockies on Thursday night at Dodger Stadium.
With Mookie Betts and Corey Seager out of the starting lineup, Justin Turner and Max Muncy carried the load offensively, each delivering a key three-run homer. Muncy’s homer was the big one, a go-ahead bomb off Yency Almonte in the seventh inning. David Price worked around two hits in the ninth for his first career regular-season save.
The Dodgers continued their dominance against the Rockies with the win. Los Angeles is 28-8 over the last three seasons against Colorado, including a 6-1 record this season. The Dodgers have also been unbeatable at home lately. Including the two Wild Card Series matchups against the Brewers, they have won 12 consecutive games at Dodger Stadium.