Dodgers All-Star shone for who he is and drew MVP chants from LA fans

The Dodgers first baseman, Max muncy, hit two home runs and drove in five runs to stand out in a resounding performance by Los Angeles, who shut out Los Angeles 9-0 on Wednesday night. Pittsburgh Pirates. This season, Muncy has taken his talent to another level and made his way into the conversation for the award. National League MVP, inclusive, fans Dodgers have noticed this and under the same chant that echoed throughout the stadium to the rhythm of: MVP, MVP !, every time he stood on the batter’s box.

The Dodgers had their sixth victory and were within three games of the leaders of the NL West Division, the San Francisco Giants, who fell 6-2 to the New York Mets in 12 innings.

AJ Pollock and Corey Seager also pulled her out of the park for the Dodgers, who maintained their wide lead at the start after a pair of scoreless games in which they outscored the Pirates by just one run. Los Angeles extended the franchise record with its 16th consecutive win over Pittsburgh. The Pirates had just three hits in their fifth straight loss, the 15th in 17 dates.

The victory went to Mitch White (1-1) with a work of seven innings and a third with the ball of two hits, six fans and two passes. JT Brubaker (4-13) took the loss after conceding seven runs and eight hits in four innings in which he struck out six and sealed two walks.

For the Pirates, the Dominicans Wilmer Difo 3-0; Gregory Polanco 3-0; Rodolfo Castro 1-1. Puerto Rican Michael Pérez 2-0.

Associated Press

Ismael Hernandez

Since I was a child, I have always been passionate about baseball and other sports, such as: football, American, boxing and basketball. My favorite MLB teams are the Dodgers and the Red Sox. My big dream is one day to attend a game at the mythical Fenway Park.

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