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By Jon Weisman
The Dodgers lost tonight, 6-3, but as a consolation prize, Joc Pederson hit his eighth and ninth homers of the year –- his sixth and seventh homers since his last single. In between, he also made another crazy catch.
It’s just crazy, man.
The last MLB player who homered for seven straight hits was Jay Bruce in June 2013, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The last Dodger was beloved first baseman in June 2005.
(Man, how good a season is Adrian Gonzalez having that his OPS is still 110 points higher than Pederson’s?)