Last Thursday something weird happened to the Angeles Dodgers who lost against the Braves. The Dodgers had a 11-game winning streak that was took by the 6-3 with the Atlanta Braves. Mike Foltynewicz was an important piece of this win. Winning is something really common for the team, as they’d won 31 of their last 35, with a baseball record of 66-30. After four innings, Los Angeles fell behind a 6-1 and never comeback against Foltynewicz, as he allowed three runs on 6 hits.
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Players as Rex Brothers, Arodys Vizcaino and Jim Johnson held the Dodgers scoreless over the last 2 and a half innings. Johnson closed his 22nd save, with a defensive play from Johan Camargo. He made a difficult, twisting catch of a pop up over his head for the final out. Brandon McCarthy gave six runs and nine hits in four innings, as he failed to pitch into the fifth in three, and put his spot in jeopardy. Freeman singled home run in the third. Yasmani Grandal hit a two-run homer in the sixth for Los Angeles, which had made him won 18 of the last 19 games played at Dodger Stadium. The team doesn’t loses since July 2. Atlanta had been swept in a three-games series by the Cubs and lost most of the games (eight of nine).
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With the Braves, Jaime Garcia would start on Friday, but some reports indicated Atlanta was close to complete a trade that would send him to Minnesota. The Braves scratches Aaron Blair from his start for a Triple-A-Gwinnett. And in the Dodgers, Alex Wood remain unbeaten as he faces his former team. Wood has a 0.87 ERA in the last 10 starts, but gained six runs in his career start last season.