Even the mighty Dodgers have days like this, get knocked around by CIN for 14 hits & 3 homers…0-9 lethargic blowout.

The reigning National League West champion Los Angeles Dodgers were swept by the Cincinnati Reds.

The Los Angeles Dodgers fell to 0-9 in game three of their three-game home series against the Cincinnati Reds at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, USA, on March 31.

The Dodgers, who are in first place in the National League West, fell to 59-45 on the season with the loss. They finished the weekend’s three-game series with a 1-2 record. Meanwhile, Cincinnati, which had won the previous day with a sweep, moved ahead of the Milwaukee Brewers into first place in the Central. 58-49.

Dodgers starter Michael Grove got off to a rocky start in the first inning. After leading off with a single to right, Eli De La Cruz gave up an RBI double to T.J. Friedle for the first run. He then walked Matt McLain and gave up a single to Jake Pralley, and a throwing error by center fielder James Outman put runners on second and third with no outs. Grove added a run on an infield single by Spencer Steer.

In the second, De La Cruz hit a solo home run to right center with the bases loaded. The cutter from 1B-1S was high and away for a 411-foot (125-meter) home run.

Grove couldn’t settle down. After giving up a solo homer to left off McLane in the top of the third, he hit a two-run shot to right off Joey Votto with runners in scoring position after an infield single and a stolen base by Prairie.

After a lull in the fourth and fifth innings, Grove gave up an RBI single to center field to load the bases with two outs in the sixth off Will Benson’s double.바카라

The Dodgers put the game out of reach in the bottom of the ninth when Miguel Rojas hit an RBI double off Votto.

The Dodgers bats went scoreless on six hits against Cincinnati’s mound. Chances with runners on first and second in the first and fourth innings, and with runners on first and second in the sixth and ninth innings were all stranded.

Grove, the Dodgers’ starter, suffered his third loss of the season (2-2) after allowing eight runs on 10 hits (three homers) and one walk in six innings with 10 strikeouts. Freddie Freeman had two hits in the loss.

Cincinnati starter Graham Ashcraft earned his sixth win of the season (7-2) with six innings of five-hit, one-run ball, striking out two. At the plate, De La Cruz went 5-for-4 with one home run, one RBI and two runs scored, while Votto went 5-for-2 with one home run, three RBI and one run scored.

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