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Shohei Ohtani almost hits for the cycle, huge HR as Dodgers beat Giants


Shohei Ohtani had a solo home run and an RBI double among his three hits, and the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers beat the rival San Francisco Giants 10-2 on Tuesday night.

Ohtani's 12th homer highlighted a four-run fourth that was capped by Gavin Lux's RBI triple. Teoscar Hernandez doubled home and Max Muncy hit a sacrifice fly in the inning, supporting Gavin Stone (4-1). Hernandez later contributed a two-run triple.

Will Smith hit an RBI single in the fifth in the Dodgers' sixth win in the series dating back to last year. Los Angeles has won 14 of 17 at Oracle Park and 12 overall against the Giants from June 16-18, 2023.

Heliot Ramos hit an RBI single in the sixth for the Giants, but the Dodgers added in the seventh when Mookie Betts tripled and scored on Ohtani's double.

Miguel Rojas added an RBI double in the ninth for the Dodgers.

Stone allowed one run and five hits over six innings to win his second straight start and fourth straight decision.

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Giants starter Keaton Wynn (3-6) gave up five runs and five hits in four-plus innings. Guide right-hander Randy Rodriguez for two and no outs in the fifth.

Athletic trainer Dave Groschner and manager Bob Melvin approached the mound with the right-hander, who lost his third straight start.

Reporting by the Associated Press.

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