Dodgers beat the Padres, after a jaw-breaking comeback in National League

Dodgers beat the Padres, after a jaw-breaking comeback in National League

The first game of the series was won by San Diego, but the second game was lost, a competitive game between two teams from the same division in the National League West was played on Sunday night between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres.

Looks like Sunday was the ultimate showdown to crown the series champion between two fierce teams. but finally Dodgers took the win on Sunday night!

Mookie Betts hit a home shot off Josh Hader in the bottom of the ninth inning, tying the score at two runs apiece and saving his team from elimination.

But wait, there’s more! The Dodgers kept the momentum going when rookie Michael Busch knocked in the go-ahead run, setting up James Outman’s epic two-run homer. And if you see the Dodgers’ tweets after the game, They threw some shade at the Padres with a bunch of puns.

After the Padres won the opening game, a digitally altered image of Clayton Kershaw crying was displayed on the jumbotron, But the Dodgers were the ones who had the last laugh in the end.

With a masterful performance, Evan Phillips sealed the deal for the Dodgers in the 10th inning, leaving the Padres with no chance to come back. This impressive victory led to an exuberant postgame tweet from the Dodgers, celebrating their well-deserved series win.

Let us appreciate the dodgers because last season, The Los Angeles Dodgers finished 22 games ahead of the San Diego Padres to win the National League West division.

However, the Dodgers were defeated by the Padres in the NLDS after having a 111-win season.

Nonetheless, the rivalry between these two teams is certainly strong, and the Dodgers finally won on Sunday and Los Angeles extended its season record to 21-14 and widened its lead over the Padres to three games.