The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 11-1 Tuesday. Pirate starting pitcher Bryse Wilson allowed six earned runs in 2-2/3rds innings, and the Dodgers jumped out to an 11-0 lead before the Pirates scored their lone run. A day after netting 15 hits, the Bucs had four hits.
The Dodgers had eight doubles in the game, matching the franchise record for most doubles in a game since they moved to Los Angeles in 1958.
The two teams complete their three-game this afternoon at 12:35pm. Pre-game on WISR begins after the noon news.
Pirates #1-draft pick last year, catcher Henry Davis, homered in his debut at Double-A Altoona last night. He hit a fastball 407 feet on a 2-2 count.
Los Angeles Angels rookie pitcher Reid Detmers tossed the second no-hitter of the season Tuesday when he beat the Tampa Bay Rays 12-0 in Anaheim. The 22-year old threw 108 pitches in his 11th big league start.