Cody Bellinger scored the game-winning run on Mookie Betts’ single with the bases loaded in the ninth, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies 2-1 Wednesday night to complete a sweep of three games.
Dodgers starter Mitch White and three relievers combined to give up just one hit, a single by Brendan Rodgers in the sixth.
Bellinger, who finished with three hits, and Gavin Lux led off the ninth with consecutive singles. Lux hit the ball to the left of the infield and allowed Bellinger to get to third.
Los Angeles closer Craig Kimbrel (2-4) came back from taking a pitch to the back last week and retired every opponent he faced for the win in the ninth.
The loss went to the record of reliever Daniel Bard (3-3)
For the Rockies, Cuban José Iglesias 3-0. The Dominican Elehuris Montero of 3.0.
Latin Americans did not hit for the Dodgers.
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