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Dodgers vs Rockies: Lynn Vs Gomber in Clash of NL West Rivals

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Lance Lynn vs the Colorado Rockies and Austin Gomber is an exciting matchup at Dodger Stadium. Both teams belong to the National League West division, adding an extra layer of intensity to this game. The Dodgers, currently sitting at the top of the division, boast an impressive record of 68-46. Meanwhile, the Rockies have struggled this season, with a record of 45-70.

Dodgers vs Rockies: Lynn Vs Gomber in Clash of NL West Rivals

The starting pitcher for the Dodgers will be Lance Lynn, who has a season record of 8-9 and an ERA of 6.10. Lynn will look to overpower the Rockies’ lineup and contribute to his team’s recent success. On the other side, the Rockies will send Austin Gomber to the mound. Gomber has a record of 9-8 and an ERA of 5.40. He’ll aim to stifle the potent Dodgers offense and give his team a chance to pull off an upset.

The Dodgers are currently on a hot streak, having won five consecutive games. They have also been dominant in their last ten outings, winning nine of them. This strong performance has solidified their standing as the second-best team in the National League. The Rockies, however, have struggled recently, losing their last two games and only winning four out of their last ten.

The game is scheduled to take place on Saturday at 7:10 PM Pacific Time. Viewers can catch the action on MLB Network as the Dodgers and Rockies battle it out for divisional dominance.

Key Matchup to Watch

– Freddie Freeman, one of the batting average leaders for the Dodgers, has been on a tear this season with a .345 average. Keep an eye on him as he looks to continue his impressive hitting.


Los Angeles Dodgers: Gavin Lux (SS, Knee – D60), J.P. Feyereisen (RP, Shoulder – D60), Michael Grove (SP, Lat – D15), Jimmy Nelson (RP, Elbow – D60), Blake Treinen (RP, Shoulder – D60), J.D. Martinez (DH, Groin/Hamstring – Day-to-Day), Dustin May (SP, Forearm – D60), Jake Marisnick (CF, Hamstring – D10), Jonny Deluca (LF, Hamstring – D10), Walker Buehler (SP, Elbow – D60), Daniel Hudson (RP, Knee – D60), Shelby Miller (RP, Neck – D60), Alex Reyes (RP, Shoulder – D60), Tyler Cyr (RP, Shoulder – D60)

Colorado Rockies: Sean Bouchard (1B, Biceps – D60), Chase Anderson (SP, Shoulder – D15), Kris Bryant (RF, Finger – D10), Charlie Blackmon (DH, Hand – D10), Antonio Senzatela (SP, Elbow – D60), Brendan Rodgers (2B, Hamstring – Day-to-Day), Ryan Feltner (SP, Skull – D60), Matt Carasiti (RP, Shoulder – D15), Ryan Rolison (SP, Undisclosed – D60), Germán Márquez (SP, Elbow – D60), Lucas Gilbreath (RP, Elbow – D60), Nick Mears (RP, Oblique – D15)

Main photo credits:

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Players mentioned:

Lance Lynn, Austin Gomber, Freddie Freeman, Gavin Lux, J.P. Feyereisen, Michael Grove, Jimmy Nelson, Blake Treinen, J.D. Martinez, Dustin May, Jake Marisnick, Jonny Deluca, Walker Buehler, Daniel Hudson, Shelby Miller, Alex Reyes, Tyler Cyr, Sean Bouchard, Chase Anderson, Kris Bryant, Charlie Blackmon, Antonio Senzatela, Brendan Rodgers, Ryan Feltner, Matt Carasiti, Ryan Rolison, German Marquez, Lucas Gilbreath, Nick Mears


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