You get a homer. You get a homer. Everyone gets a homer!
The Los Angeles Dodgers tied a season-high with seven home runs, as they scored three touchdowns in their 21-7 blowout of the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night at Dodger Stadium.
The 45,087 in attendance were treated to some history as the 21 runs scored in the game were the most that any club has ever scored at Dodger Stadium in history.
Joc Pederson started the home run barrage and finished the game with a solo shot and a three-run blast.
Yasiel Puig also hit two homers, a solo shot in the fourth inning, and a two-run bomb in the bottom of the seventh.
Cody Bellinger hit a grand slam, his third of his career, and second of the season, when he belted a four-bagger in the bottom of the third inning.
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According to STATS LLC, all three starting Dodger outfielders (Pederson, Bellinger and Puig) had four or more RBI in tonight’s contest.
The only other outfielder trio to accomplish that feat since the RBI became official was Hank Aaron, Rico Carty and Lee Maye with the Milwaukee Braves on July 26, 1964.
Justin Turner also added a home run in the sixth inning, in his first game back since being activated off the disabled list.
Brian Dozier homered for the second straight game, and has homered in each of his first two games as a Dodger.
According to STATS, LLC, Dozier joins Cotton Tierney (1923 Phillies) as the only second basemen to homer in each of their first two games after a midseason trade.
The seven homers matched a season-high from Sunday, June 24 at Citi Field in New York when they hit seven solo shots in an 8-7, extra innings victory over the Mets.
The Dodgers have hit five or more home runs in a game four times this season, the most in the Majors.
The Dodgers entered the game with 147 homers, the most in the National League. They extended that lead to 154, the second most in all of baseball behind only the New York Yankees.
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