The rangers A.J. Pollock and Chris Taylor They connected home runs for Los angeles dodgers, that by winning 7-5 at San Diego Padres became the first team to get a postseason ticket from the Big leagues.
The Dodgers they beat the Parents and won two games of the series of three, in a confrontation of the two best teams in the National League.
The ninth of The Angels opened a 3.5 game lead in their pursuit of an eighth consecutive NL West title by defeating the Parents for the second day in a row.
With a 35-15 mark, the Dodgers entered the expanded 16-team postseason field and are seeking their first World Series since 1988, having lost in the Fall Classic in 2017 and 2018.
Pollock (11) hit a four-way ball in the second inning, with no runners ahead. Taylor (6) hit a full lap in the sixth inning, alone.
On the hill the victory was scored by the relay Adam Kolarek (3-0) in just two-thirds of an episode. The Dominican closer Pedro Baez (2) save was scored in two-thirds inning. For the Padres the defeat was carried by the Cuban starter Adrian Morejon (2-1) in two episodes.
The ninth of San Diego has been overtaken by the Dodgers streamer for the second game in a row, even as it may be heading to its first place in the postseason since winning the division in 2006, it has lost two straight games for the first time since mid-August.