Smith delivers 3rd straight walk-off for Dodgers against Rockies

Smith delivers 3rd straight walk-off for Dodgers against Rockies

Smith delivers 3rd straight walk-off for Dodgers against Rockies

He allowed the Rockies to take a lead in the first inning and extend it to 2-0 in the third but otherwise managed to pitch through traffic and keep the Dodgers in the game despite allowing seven hits to go along with two walks over seven innings.

Hours after being called up from the minors, Will Smith connected for a pinch-hit, three-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning that lifted the Los Angeles Dodgers over the Colorado Rockies 6-3 Sunday.

The young woman was seated just past the end of the protective netting down the first base line, which extends to the far edge of the dugout. She at first stayed in her seat and was given an ice pack, but she left about 15 minutes later for further attention. Cody Bellinger is 9 for 22 while taking him deep twice, and Justin Turner is 10 for 30 with two homers and six extra-base hits overall.

A first-aid person who treated the woman told The Associated Press that the fan was rushed to a nearby hospital for precautionary tests, but was alert and answering questions.

'It was weird. I saw it literally hit her face, ' Bellinger said.

On May 29, a young girl (seen crying here) was struck by a foul ball in Houston, Texas during the Astros vs. Cubs game. "Just when you think it couldn't get any better, can't get any better, it does", Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. Play was delayed for almost six minutes as players watched the first-aid crew treat the woman.

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Even last August, a woman died after suffering injuries from a foul ball at Dodgers Stadium.

The Washington Nationals and Chicago White Sox deserve credit for choosing on their own volition to extend protective netting in their stadiums, and the rest of the league needs to follow suit. "For me, as we talk about getting ahead of things, I don't see anything wrong with that idea".

This is another sign that Major League Baseball needs to extend its protective netting for the lower bowl - if not all the way from foul pole to foul pole than close.

"I would assume that would be a smart decision", he said.

Still, that was not enough time for her to get out of the way of a hard liner from Cody Bellinger, who was clearly distraught by the accident and checked in on the fan after the inning. "The first few innings there I didn't land my curveball really well". That's a scary situation'.

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