Game 113, 2022

Dodgers at Royals, 11:10 PM PDT, TV: BSKC, SPNLA

LHP Tyler Anderson (13-1, 2.72 ERA) pitches for the Dodgers and RHP Brady Singer (5-4, 3.49 ERA) does the same for the Royals. Anderson hasn’t lost a game since June 27 and has won his two August starts. Singer is 1-1 in August; he joined the rotation in May.

Today in Dodgers’ history:

  • 1919 In a total of two hours and seventeen minutes, the Dodgers and Cubs split a doubleheader. In the opener, the Cubs blank Brooklyn 2-0, in one hour and ten minutes, and in the nightcap, it takes the Dodgers one hour and seven minutes to shut out Chicago, 1-0.
  • 1932 Brooklyn’s 10-inning, 2-1 victory over the Giants at the Polo Grounds makes reliever John Quinn, at the age of 49, the oldest player to win a major league game. Johnny Frederick, who will have a total of only six home runs during the entire season, hits a ninth inning game-tying homer off Carl Hubbell, his fourth round-tripper as a pinch hitter, establishing a new major-league record.

Also, in 2015 the Padres’ Matt Kemp hits a ninth-inning triple to complete the cycle, making him the first player in the 35-year history of the franchise to accomplish the feat. The San Diego outfielder’s home run in the first, single in the third, and double in the seventh contribute to the team’s 9-5 victory over Colorado at Coors Field.

Lineups when available.

14 thoughts on “Game 113, 2022

  1. Wow. Nice snag in the outfield to rob Trea. Otherwise Trea would have been running for miles.

  2. Bring back Brooklyn! (The Dodgers are having a much different first inning today compared to yesterday.)

  3. Joey Meneses, a 30-year-old rookie from Culiacán now playing 1B for the Nats (gnot the Gnats), has five dingers in his first 32 ABs.