Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers Game 2 score, TV channel

Sunday, 08 Oct, 2017

The five-game series will continue Saturday at 6 p.m. with Game 2 at Dodger Stadium.

It was the Justin Turner Show on Friday night at Dodger Stadium as the Arizona Diamondbacks faced off with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

"I don't know why", Puig said. He has baffled the D-backs in two starts this year, going 2-0 with only one earned run allowed on six hits in 15 1/3 innings with 19 strikeouts and three walks. The regular season Arizona team was third in the National League in 2017 with 44 come-from-behind wins. The two wild pitches in the game were also surprising, since Kershaw had four all season prior. He was placed on the disabled list July 29 because of a concussion suffered a day earlier when he was hit in the head by a batted ball. Down what path would their October narrative lead: that of the dominant Dodgers, or that of doubtable Dodgers?

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he was wholly unsurprised to witness Puig's tongue-wagging moment, noting that his right fielder is nicknamed "Wild Horse". The left-hander had a 3.77 ERA during the season. Hill was 0-3 against the Diamondbacks with a 5.03 ERA. Since he's been back he has continued to get better. "It was a mistake pitch and he made us pay for it". That's a franchise record for a postseason game. "When you have a lead like that, it's about attacking guys, not giving up free bases and pounding the zone. I thought he was spectacular for us". Sure enough, he gave up back-to-back rockets into the left-field seats to Adam Rosales and Ketel Marte. But when Greinke failed to get through four innings, Ray was forced into service and pitched 2 1/3 innings, giving up two hits and one run. The rest of what got them that win started in the first inning.

"No regrets, whatsoever", Lovullo said. He just never reached a rhythm. "They've got great pitching, great hitting, defense, base running - they do it all". Puig's second RBI of the game would come from a groundout, but arguably the most memorable moment of the night came in the bottom of the seventh.

However, the Dodgers would respond in the fourth-scoring three more runs and taking a 7-1 lead.

Granted, Turner has not played in a single World Series game, so any comparison to Reggie Jackson would fall a little short. Turner followed with a single, driving in Seager. The red-bearded slugger tied a Dodgers record for most RBIs in a postseason game, sharing it with Pedro Guerrero and Davey Lopes. Paul Goldschmidt, J.D. Martinez and A.J. Pollock can all put a charge into one and leave the park at any time.

The D-backs usually keep third baseman Jake Lamb away from lefties, but in eight plate appearances against Hill, Lamb has four walks, two hits and a homer.

Arizona scored its fifth and final run off a throwing error in the ninth, but closer Kenley Jansen snared a liner off leadoff hitter David Peralta to end the game.