James Outman's MLB debut helps Dodgers beat Rockies

The Dodgers have a few days to win Juan Soto.
Meanwhile, they've added a left-handed hitting right fielder.

James Outman homered in his first at-bat in his big league debut, helping the Dodgers defeat the Rockies 7-3 at Coors Field.

The victory gave the Dodgers (68-33) a series win in Denver and an MLB-best 21-5 record in July, marking the club's most wins in the month and fourth-highest July winning percentage (.808) since 1900.

The 25-year-old became the first Dodger with three or more hits in his MLB debut since Mike Piazza in 1992. He also became the first MLB debutant with three hits

three RBIs, and a home run since the Texas Rangers' Joey Gallo in 2015.
When asked whether he could have expected so much from his first major league start, Outman grinned sheepishly.

The outfielder, a 2018 seventh-round selection and MLB Pipeline's No. 17 prospect, started the season at double A, behind many other young hitters in the organization's development system.

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