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Diamondbacks this week , two catchers taking the mound wasn’t even the height of wackiness for this weird series.There’s nothing weird about the Dodgers’ prolific offense, which shook off the disappointment of a 13-inning loss and just kept pounding away.Cody Bellinger hit two homers and drove in a career high-tying six runs, Justin Turner added five RBIs and Los Angeles rebounded splendidly from that early-morning defeat with an 18-5 victory over Arizona on Saturday night.Bellinger had four hits and Joc Pederson had three after leading off the game with his third homer for the Dodgers, who got 19 hits from 11 players. The two-time defending NL champions have scored 34 runs in their first three games, hitting 13 homers and looking like a powerhouse even before April begins.“It’s tough to navigate our lineup,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said.These NL West rivals’ seasons are just three games old, but they’ve already been extraordinarily eventful. The Dodgers set a franchise single-game record by hitting eight homers Thursday to win on opening day, but they stranded 17 runners Friday night while losing the longest regular season game in Dodger Stadium history, a 365-minute affair.By comparison, this win was a fairly ordinary blowout — except for the two catchers making their big league pitching debuts in the late innings.Arizona backup John Ryan Murphy gave up seven runs in two innings of mop-up relief, including homers by Bellinger and Austin Barnes in the eighth.Dodgers backup Russell Martin also made his first pitching appearance, closing it out with a perfect ninth inning on 10 pitches.“It would have been really, really hard to blow that lead,” the 36-year-old Martin said. “It was weird going toward the catcher (after the final out). I’ve never had that happen before.”Turner, Bellinger and A.J. Pollock had consecutive RBI singles during the Dodgers’ four-run third inning, while Corey Seager, Bellinger and Max Muncy drove in runs during a five-run sixth.Jarrod Dyson hit a leadoff homer for the Diamondbacks. Alex Avila, Adam Jones and David Peralta also homered for Arizona, but only after the Dodgers had built up a big lead.Zack Godley (0-1) had the Diamondbacks’ third straight disappointing start Chase Utley Jersey , but he stayed in even after eight consecutive Dodgers reached base in the third. Manager Torey Lovullo didn’t have many other options.“It’s got to get better, there’s no other way to look at it,” Lovullo said of his starting pitching. “We depend on the starters, and they’ve just got off to a slow start. We haven’t quite hit our stride on the mound.”Both managers let their starters go long in a bid to save their bullpens, and Kenta Maeda (1-0) gave the Dodgers 6 2/3 innings of five-hit ball in the third straight excellent start by Los Angeles’ rotation. Maeda even chased Godley in the sixth with a bloop double over the head of a badly fooled Peralta in left.Godley yielded eight hits and seven earned runs while pitching into the sixth, but he lamented his throwing error early in the Dodgers’ big third inning.“That inning is the big thing for me,” Godley said. “I’ve got to be able to minimize it a little bit more, and cut it down from four runs to maybe one or two.”Jones’ homer in the seventh was his second in three games with his new club after 11 years in Baltimore.PITCHING CAMEODown by eight runs, Arizona sent Murphy to the mound in the seventh, and the former high school pitcher nearly escaped unscathed. The Dodgers loaded the bases but didn’t score in the seventh against Murphy, whose pitches rarely topped 65 mph.“I’m not a huge fan of it, but sometimes you have to do it,” Lovullo said of his decision to put a position player on the mound. “We felt like whoever threw (out of the bullpen) today would be missing tomorrow.”TRAINER’S ROOMDiamondbacks: 1B Steven Souza Jr. will have surgery on his badly injured knee Tuesday in Cincinnati. The slugger will miss the entire season after stepping awkwardly on home plate Monday. “He’s in for a grinding year (of rehab), we know that,” Lovullo said.Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw threw a 50-pitch, three-inning simulated game on the field, taking another step in his return from shoulder inflammation. Roberts said Kershaw will throw on the side Monday before the Dodgers decide whether to send him to Oklahoma City or Tulsa for a minor-league rehab start. After that, Kershaw and the team will determine whether he needs one more start before returning to the majors.UP NEXTIn the series finale, Walker Buehler makes his season debut for the Dodgers after going 8-5 with a 2.62 ERA in his breakthrough 2018. He faces Luke Weaver , who debuts for Arizona after being the Diamondbacks’ primary return in the trade that sent Paul Goldschmidt to St. Louis. Weaver went 7-11 for the Cardinals last season. SEATTLE (AP) — After one of the worst starts of his career, Cleveland’s Carlos Carrasco spent several days tinkering to try and find solution.All it took was Carrasco picking up his tempo and believing in what he was throwing.“The last game I didn’t have that. That’s what I worked on the last four days, just to get to this game,” Carrasco said. “I always say that I just want to throw with conviction. But I didn’t do that in my last game.”Carrasco rebounded from that miserable outing with 12 strikeouts in seven innings, Jake Bauers hit a solo homer and the Indians beat the Seattle Mariners 1-0 Wednesday to complete a three-game sweep.Carrasco (2-2) pitched three-hit ball, dominating as the Indians handed Seattle its sixth straight loss. The right-hander struck out the side three times and only allowed one baserunner to reach third base. The 12 strikeouts were the most for Carrasco since striking out 14 last September against Toronto. He walked two.It was a drastic turnaround after his last start, when Carrasco got just two outs, allowing six hits and six earned runs against Kansas City. It was the shortest outing of his career that wasn’t cut short by injury.“I think he was aggressive. It looked like there was conviction behind his pitches,” Cleveland manager Terry Francona said. “He’s got to trust himself a little bit. His stuff is too good.”The Mariners ended their 20-game home run streak, a record to open a season. Seattle appeared to make it to 21 games in the third, when Ryon Healy hit a line drive down the left field line that was initially ruled a homer. It was overturned to a foul ball via replay, and Healy struck out.Seattle’s only hits were doubles by Mallex Smith and Domingo Santana and a single by Edwin Encarnación. Santana reached third base with two outs in the sixth after a wild pitch but was stranded there as Jay Bruce struck out for a third time.Nick Wittgren pitched the final two innings for his first career save.Hitters on both teams said the late afternoon start and shadows made it difficult to read pitches.“All you can do is battle, hope you get something to hit and put a good swing on it,” Bauers said.Seattle’s Erik Swanson surpassed the expectations of manager Scott Servais in his first big league start. Servais was hopeful of getting five innings out of Swanson (0-1) in his first big league start, but the rookie nearly matched Carrasco.“It was a good step in the right direction for sure,” Swanson said.Swanson allowed two hits over six innings, struck out five and didn’t walk a batter. Bauers was the only Cleveland hitter to solve Swanson, with a single in the second and his second home run of the season on a 3-2 pitch in the fifth.“He had thrown me a couple of fastballs away prior to that pitch and so I kind of had a good read on it and just decided to sell out,” Bauers said.POWER OUTAGESeattle had a miserable homestand at the plate after leading baseball in scoring through the first 15 games. The Mariners hit a combined .175 on the six-game homestand and struck out 72 times. Seattle was held to two runs or less in four of the six games.The Mariners did face some of the top pitchers in the AL during the stretch including Trevor Bauer Maury Wills Jersey , Gerrit Cole, Justin Verlander and Carrasco.“You’re not going to win many ball games when you strike out 13, 14 times. You’ve got to get the ball in play and allow some things to happen offensively,” Servais said. “We’ve seen it really, really good and we’ve seen it poor here this homestand.”TRAINER’S ROOMIndians: Francona said shortstop Francisco Lindor successfully completed his second rehab game Wednesday for Triple-A Columbus and has one more scheduled for Thursday. The team plans to drive Lindor from Louisville, Kentucky, to Cleveland to have his calf strain re-evaluated after Thursday’s game. … Francona insisted 1B Carlos Santana take the day off Wednesday. He said Santana has a tight hamstring and could use the two days of rest he’ll get because of the Indians’ day off Thursday.Mariners: Mitch Haniger, the major league leader in extra-base hits, was a late scratch from the lineup due to a fever from a sinus infection.UP NEXTIndians: After a day off Thursday, the Indians return home, where RHP Corey Kluber (1-2, 6.16) is scheduled to start against Atlanta. Kluber is trying to rebound after giving up two home runs, five walks and six runs in 2 2/3 innings in his last start, against Kansas City.Mariners: RHP Felix Hernandez (1-1, 4.38) will try to build on the momentum he gained in his first quality start of the season when Seattle opens a four-game series at the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday.

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