Rich Hill Taken To Hospital Following Hit To Throat

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The Dodgers erased the deficit in the bottom sixth as Corey Seager plated three runs with a bases-loaded single. X-rays were negative and doctors weren't able to find anything wrong with Hill, who said his breathing was never affected. He allowed two runs on five hits and three walks, striking out nine.

Bellinger is one shy of Mike Piazza's franchise record of 35 home runs by a rookie in a single season, and crushed his 17 home run of the year in the 7 inning or later.

With two outs in the fifth, Wil Myers launched a solo shot to right center to give the Padres a 3-1 lead.

Remarkably, Hill stayed in the game and pitched two more innings after the play.

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Ryu had been 4-1 with a 2.19 ERA in his six previous starts against the Padres, with 36 strikeouts in 37 innings.

The Dodgers bullpen of Tony Watson, Brandon Morrow, Pedro Baez, and Kenley Jansen combined for four scoreless innings of relief as Jansen shut the door on San Diego for his 31 save of the season.

RHP Luis Perdomo takes the mound for San Diego against Kenta Maeda for the Dodgers in the rubber match of the series on Sunday afternoon at 1:10PM PST.

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