5-3. Hernandez hits homer in Dodgers win

 Los Angeles (USA), .- Puerto Rican second baseman Enrique Hernandez got his third homer this season and the Los Angeles Dodgers won 5-3 against the San Francisco Giants.

The Dodgers added two wins in a row, which helps them stay in the lead of the National League West Division.
The Los Angeles team won five of seven games during their stay at the season opener.

Hernandez (3) blew the whistle in the first episode in punishment of the work of the opener Derek Holland, without runners ahead.
The Puerto Rican landed in fourth corners for the first time since he sent the ball into the street twice on March 28.

On the mound, victory was credited to reliever Scott Alexander (1-0) in two-thirds of the innings, striking out a batter.
The Giants lost with Dominican Reyes Moronta (0-1) in two thirds of the inning, allowed two hits and two runs. (EFE)

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