The Dodgers consolidate themselves as the best franchise in the MLB by adding seven wins in a row and sweeping San Diego

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Waiting for the Mexican pitcher Julius Uriah get on the mound next Tuesday, the LA Dodgers are still unstoppable and in a very good moment. On the day of last Sunday beat the San Diego Padres 0-4 at home to stay at the top of the National League West Division.

Dodger Stadium hosted the three-game series in which the Dodger franchise Los Angeles swept San Diego. The key player on offense was Cody Bellinger; the center fielder added a couple of runs with two home runs with clean bases.

But also standing out on the run register was the ever-important Freddie Freeman, as well as Mookie Betts and Trea Turner, who each scored a run to support the cause.

The Dodgers’ streak extends to seven games: four against the San Francisco Giants and three against the Padres, in both series of sweeps, proving why they are considered the best team in all of MLB. The Angelenos record 75 wins for only 33 losses, the best record in the entire big league.

No one can beat the Californians, not even the San Diego team that acquired desirable and important players like Juan Soto, Josh Bell and Brandon Drury at the trade deadline.

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