Tony Gonsolin combined with four pitchers in a four-hit ball game for his 16th win, and the Los Angeles Dodgers blew out the Milwaukee Brewers 10-1 Tuesday night.
Trayce Thompson hit a three-run homer in the second and drove in another. Freddie Freeman had three hits in five at-bats with four RBIs to help the Dodgers recover from their first home shutout after going 4-0 in Game 1 on Monday.
Gonsolin (16-1), who has a major league-best 2.10 ERA, shares the record for most wins with Justin Verlander, who had his 16th before him on the day.
Gonsolin allowed one run on three hits, struck out three and gave up two passes on balls. Evan Phillips, David Price, Chris Martin and infielder Hanser Alberto combined for one hit in the final four innings.
Corbin Burnes (9-6) took the loss after allowing seven runs and six hits in 3 2/3 innings, striking out three and walking as many.
For the Brewers, the Dominicans Willy Adames 3-0; Pablo Reyes 1-0. The Mexican Luis Urías 3-1, with a run scored. The Venezuelan Omar Narvaez 2-0.
For the Dodgers, the Dominican Hanser Alberto 2-1.
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