Delta Airlines suffered a power outage early yesterday morning in Atlanta. When the power came back on, it must have created a power surge that traveled all the way to Chavez Ravine in Los Angeles. This surge resulted in the Dodgers hitting four home runs last night against the Philadelphia Phillies. When asked to comment on the surge, Corey Seager (2 HRs) said “I’m not used to that one for sure,” Seager said. “I’ve never really had this much success hitting home runs. It’s new for me and I’m just learning how to handle it.” [source: http://www.espn.com/blog/los-angeles/dodger-report/post/_/id/20955/corey-seager-powering-his-way-through-a-special-season]. Chase Utley and Yasmani Grandal provided the other two home runs.
Tonight, the Dodgers try to continue the powerful offense against right-handed starting pitcher Vincent Velasquez.