PHILADELPHIA – The Dodgers made their first run of the Wednesday match three hours and 41 minutes before scoring their first goal. Los Angeles also hit their third night-time pitcher before the Phillies caught their first shot of the evening, which came in the first.
PHILADELPHIA – The Dodgers made their first run of the Wednesday match three hours and 41 minutes before making their first Scored hits. Los Angeles also hit their third night-time pitcher before the Phillies caught their first strike of the night, which was only five hours after the opening game.
The final ended more than six and a half hours after
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"I'm glad we made it," Freese said. Fast turnaround now, these are easy games to do, but we stuck to it and scored a late goal and JT had a good Homer to split it. "
Thursday's Game The second time in this series, the Dodgers play with minimal sleep, though this time the Phillies will be dealing with the same problem. Los Angeles reached its team hotel on Monday at around 4:30 CET after beating Boston on Sunday night.
Less than fifteen hours later, the Dodgers came out and defeated the Phillies 16-2 behind a two homers run by Cody Bellinger, who said he drank "two Red Bulls" to prepare for it. Freese went a very different way during the long delay on Wednesday.
"I always find time to take a nap," said a smiling Freese, who slept on a training table in the visiting clubhouse while others were playing cards or listening to music.
This gives the 36-year-old a small lead over his teammates, who tried to take the first bus back to the hotel for some sleep. Pederson poked his head in the clubhouse to warn every 10 minutes before the bus left, sending some players in the direction of the shower and others out the door.
"That's different, but we were all there at some point – probably more than once," said Freese. "We will be fine."
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Urias then hit an RBI single in the top half of the sixth to boost the Dodgers' lead to 2-0 before taking on a bloop single to Kingery in the bottom half for Philadelphia's first goal.
Dave Roberts said. "But it was good, because as tired as the guys may be, we did not really put that into the field, which was great."
Whether it's a quick nap at the hotel or a pair of Red Bulls, the Dodgers insist they get ready for another quick turnaround on Thursday – even though the days are gradually mingling at this time.
"Just like a few days ago – was this here, right? Yes, a couple of days ago we got into a small apartment, but then we made some innings on it," said freese. "I think tomorrow is a day when we come out right away and join the board."
Paul Casella is a reporter / editor for MLB.com based in Philadelphia. Follow him on Twitter @paul_casella.