Dodgers at Braves, 4:30 PM PDT, TV: BS South, SPNLA, TBS
The Dodgers have brought up one of their best pitching prospects to start this game. RHP Bobby Miller was 1-1 with a 5.65 ERA at Oklahoma City. He’s only made four starts there and gone just 14 1/3 innings. He spent all of April at the Arizona Complex League, which is Rookie level. He’ll face the Braves’ RHP Spencer Strider (4-1, 2.96 ERA), who got eight first-place votes for Rookie of the Year last season, finishing second in the voting to his Braves teammate Michael Harris.
- 2002 Shawn Green hits four home runs in one game to become the 14th player in major league history, the second this month, to accomplish the feat. The Dodger right fielder’s 6-for-6 performance in Milwaukee’s Miller Park, which also includes a single and double, breaks Joe Adcock’s 1954 mark for total bases by one, with a total of 19. In the same game the Dodgers set a franchise mark when the team hits eight homers in one contest, bashing the Brewers, 16-3. Shawn Green’s four round-trippers accounts for half of the record-breaking barrage with Brian Jordan, Hiram Bocachica, Adrian Beltre, and Dave Hansen also contributing four-baggers in the Miller Park contest.
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