Cuban ranger Yasiel Puig homered twice and finished with two RBIs and ranger Chris Taylor added homer in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 5-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs in the first game of the National League.
The Dodgers take a 1-0 lead in the Cubs Series and improved to 4-0 in the final.
The Los Angeles Novena made it to the 2016 Championship Series rematch win, which the Cubs won in six games to move to their first World Series title in 108 years.
In the fifth inning Puig was responsible for giving move to the blackboard when connecting double to the central garden towing second base Logan Fosrsythe with the first race of his novena.
In that same entry short inn keeper Charlie Culberson struck a sacrifice and drove the run of the tie 2-2.
In the sixth Taylor (1) also sounded the single with a solo home run.
In the seventh Puig (1) hits runners without runners in front of the left and center, flying the ball 378 feet (115 meters).
Puig finished with two hits in four opportunities with the bat, with two RBIs and came to the register once, with his homecoming.
In that same entry, Justin Turner, a third baseman, strikes a single and pushes a race to seal the numbers of the Los Angeles Novena.
For the Dodgers the victory was credited the reliever Kenta Maeda (1-0), the second of five relays that had the opener Clayton Kershaw, in a perfect episode.
The Cubs’ response came in the fourth inning with the rangers bat Albert Almora homered with a runner on board.
The defeated was the Venezuelan relay Héctor Rondón (0-1) in a third of episode, accepting homer and race.
The second game of the series will be held again on Sunday at the Dodgers camp, which will star Rich Hill, who will face Jon Lester, who will start for the Cubs.