Jul 31, 2017

Dodgers win 8th in row on Farmer's hit in 11th | MLB.com

LOS ANGELES -- Rookie Kyle Farmer's first Major League hit, a two-run double in the 11th inning, delivered the Dodgers a 3-2 comeback win over the Giants on Sunday night at Dodger Stadium to extend their winning streak to eight games and give them their 31st come-from-behind victory this season. The Dodgers called up Farmer on Friday from Triple-A Oklahoma City to give the club an extra bench...

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