Dodgers lose Corey Seager and get swept by Angels

The next three batters reached base. The first was plunked. The second walked. The third, Brian Goodwin, poked a single against the shift to drive home a run. That brought up Justin Bour, a slugger making his first major-league plate appearance since he was banished to the minor leagues a month earlier. He pounced on the second pitch he saw — another changeup — and lifted it over the fence in left-center field. He swaggered around the bases. Maeda bent over, resigned to disbelief, and the Angels had a swift 5-0 lead.


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