Win over Diamondbacks
The third baseman goes four for four and L.A. hits
six home runs in lowering its magic number to win the
National League West to eight.
After Uribe hit his career-high third home run in the Dodgers' 8-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, the same fans who constantly booed him over the last two seasons insisted he come out of the dugout. Uribe climbed a few steps and tipped his cap.
“That's something you never forget,” Uribe said. “That made me emotional.
For me, that was huge.”
On a night in which the Dodgers hit a season-high six home runs, Uribe's three were the most memorable. In a season of redemption for the most expensive team in baseball history, the third baseman's comeback has been the most improbable.