The Dodgers put forth an effort last night that may go down as the most dominant in the franchise’s history in a 15-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves. The Dodgers put up 11 (yes, ELEVEN) runs in the first inning, essentially getting them back into the series in half an inning. The eleven-run inning represents the most in an inning in MLB history.
Five different Dodgers hit a home run, so it’s impossible to pick a true standout player from the bunch. We choose to highlight Corey Seager, who went 3-4 with a home run and 3 RBIs. It is great to see Seager thrive in the postseason after being riddled with injuries the last two seasons, including missing the entire 2018 campaign. Show your support for the Dodgers’ all-star shortstop with this home white uniform!