The Baltimore Orioles had a 2-1 lead against the Los Angeles Dodgers at home entering the sixth-inning. Los Angeles tied the game at two on an RBI single by Cody Bellinger. With the bases loaded and two outs, Russell Martin struck out swinging but Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager scored on a passed ball and the Dodgers took a 4-2 lead and they would win by that score.
Austin Hays had a bases loaded walk for Baltimore in the first-inning.
Gavin Lux had an RBI single for Los Angeles in the second-inning.
Pedro Severino hit a solo home run for the Orioles in the fifth-inning off of Tony Gonsolin.
Gonsolin (3-2) was the winning pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He pitched three innings and gave up two hits and one run. Tony Gonsolin struck out four batters.
Dylan Bundy (6-14) was the losing pitcher for Baltimore. He pitched 5.2 innings and gave up six hits and four runs. Bundy walked two batters and struck out six.
Kenly Jansen recorded his 29th save of the season for Los Angeles. He pitched one scoreless innings and struck out one batter.
Rich Hill was the starting pitcher in this game for the Dodgers. He pitched 0.2 innings and gave up zero hits and one run. Hill walked two batters and struck out two. He left the game early due to an apparent knee injury.
Los Angeles leads the Atlanta Braves by four games for the top spot in the National League.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin a three-game set on the road starting on Friday night against the New York Mets.
The Baltimore Orioles will begin a four-game set on the road starting on Friday night against the Detroit Tigers.
Baltimore’s record is 47-99 so far this season and Detroit’s record is 43-102 so far this season. They are the two worst teams in baseball.