Los Angeles — – Julio Urias He continued to establish himself on top of the Dodgers’ spin while Mocky Pets He hit one of Los Angeles’ four home runs in a 12-1 win over the San Diego Padres on Saturday night that ended their three-game losing streak.
Tria TurnerAnd the Justin Turner And the will Smith The Dodgers also hosted their first of three game slips since they swept through San Francisco in June. Bates’ home run was the 33rd best of his career.
Mane Machado Hummed for Padres, who won four in a row.
Yurias (15-7) gave up only one game on two strokes over six innings to earn the 11th win in his last 13 starts with a loss and no decision. In the process, he moved on top of a talented spin that was forced to make adjustments.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, a 20-game winner since a season ago, expressed his satisfaction with having Urreas at the helm of the staff in October.
“We’re putting ourselves in a position where we can adjust the rotation (the supplement) but he’s the best player,” said Roberts. “Every year he gets better and gets that potential opportunity.”
The Dodgers bet Urias in an early lead against them Shawn Mind (7-8). Bates led the bottom of the first three times on a ball that was wrongly played by Padres, the right player Juan Soto. Turner followed him with Homer XIX.
Los Angeles made it 3-0 in the third on Smith’s RBI double.
Bates connected with Homer from three runs into the fourth. It gave him more at home again than he had in the 2018 MLS season.
“It’s been a volatile year and I don’t know how I got to where I am,” Bates said of his home run total. “I just enjoy it.”
Mana waived eight runs and nine strokes over the course of 4 and 3 runs with three home runs allowed. He has 15.63 ERA in three games against the Dodgers this season and has given up 14 consecutive innings against the Kansas City Royals and Dodgers.
Bob Melvin, Padres’ manager, was asked if a change in roles might be imminent for Mana.
“I don’t make such decisions after games,” Melvin said. “He did really well for us. A few outings (before) he had a really good outing. He didn’t (do) for long here, but my confidence in him hasn’t waned.”
The Dodgers built the 8-0 lead for fifth over Homer from two rounds by Justin Turner, his tenth.
Machado made a single attack at home with Padres in sixth and twenty-sixth place. Los Angeles answered with four more in the bottom half Freddy FreemanRBI single and three runs from Smith, his twenty.
Dodgers player Hanser Albert He made his eighth appearance on the hill this season, marking his first strike of his career at nine when he bounced back Josh Bell. He also hit a hat-trick in the sixth inning.
“Having a Hanser guy, he’s that motivator in the club that keeps us all free, and makes us have fun,” Bates said. “He is always dancing, always making us smile. He is just a very important person.”
RHP Dodgers Blake Trainin He played the seventh game perfectly on his return to the club. Trenin had only played three previous games this season and had not played since April 14 due to a partial tear in the front of his shoulder capsule.
Treinen, who has served as the Dodgers’ set-up man in recent seasons, had a drop in velocity during his last rehab outing but hit 98 mph on the radar gun in one of his five pitches against the Padres.
“I think he was excited to get the first one under his belt after being so long,” said Roberts. “To clean it, see about 98 and see a soft connection, that’s what it does.”
Padres: INF Brandon Drury He was not in the starting line-up a day after he was hit in the face from his helmet. While Drury had a bruise on the side of his face, he was not seriously injured.
Dodgers: LHP David Price Roberts said he is expected to be on the injury list ahead of Sunday’s game, with a left wrist infection. … INF / OF Gavin Lux I received a cortisone shot to help treat neck and upper back pain, which made it unavailable for the rest of the series. …RHPs Gonsolin (forearm) and Brusdar Graterol (elbow) had MRIs that came clean. None of the shooters have a comeback schedule.
Padres: RHP Mike Clevenger (5-5, 3.59 ERA) gave up five runs in Los Angeles at the start of last month.
Dodgers: LHP Caleb Ferguson (1-0, 1.85) will serve as the opener with RHP Ryan Pepiot (2-0, 4.02) expected to be called up and fix the bulk of the innings.