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1 LOS ANGELES DODGERS (67-52) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (56-65) RHP Ross Stripling (3-4, 4.07) vs. RHP Jerad Eickhoff (8-12, 3.82) Thursday, Aug. 18, :05 p.m. ET Citizens Bank Park Game 120 Road Game 58 (29-28) Night Game 88 (46-41) TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish Radio: AM 570 (Eng.)/KTNQ 1020 AM (Span.)/AM 1540 (Kor.) BREAK OUT THE BROOMS: The first-place Dodgers take on the Phillies in the finale game of their three-game series and continue their seven-game road trip (2-0) following last night s 7-2 victory. Following tonight s game, the Dodgers will move on to Cincinnati for a four-game set to conclude the trip. Los Angeles is in sole possession of first place in the NL West, 1.5 games ahead of the Giants, for its biggest divisional lead since April 26. The Dodgers trailed San Francisco by a season high 8.0 games on June 26. The Dodgers are a season-high 15 games over.500 for the second time this year (also: Aug. 9, 64-49). The Dodgers have clinched the season series over the Phillies (4-1) for the second consecutive season and a win tonight would give the club its first sweep in Philadelphia since June 4-7, 2012 in a four-game series. The Dodgers have won four in a row at Philadelphia and are 12-3 in their last 15 games at Citizens Bank Park dating to the start of the 2012 season (22-11 overall). RETURNING HOME: Chase Utley made his dramatic return to Philadelphia Tuesday with the 23 rd multi-homer game of his career (second of the season), including his seventh-career grand slam (second this year). Utley has posted a.292/.375/.506 slashline in 758 career games at Citizens Bank Park, placing second in ballpark history in hits (811), doubles (163), home runs (129) and RBI (465), and ranks among the Phillies modern-era franchise leaders in games played (1551, 7 th ), hits (1623, 9 th ), runs (949, 6 th ), doubles (346, 5 th ), home runs (233, 6 th ), RBI (916, 7 th ) and walks (625, 10 th ). Joe Blanton also returns to Philadelphia this week, where he played five seasons from Blanton was a key member of the club s 2008 World Series run, going 2-0 with a 3.08 ERA in three starts, including a solo home run with World Series Game 3. BANGED UP: The Dodgers have had 26 players on the DL this year, the most ever by a National League club and the second most by any team in the last 30 years since 1987, behind only the 2012 Red Sox (27). Adam Liberatore (left elbow inflammation) is expected to be activated tomorrow after making two rehab appearances with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga and Triple-A Oklahoma City. Liberatore last pitched in the Majors on July 29 and has posted a 1.62 ERA in 44 games with the Dodgers this year. HILLTOPPERS: The Dodgers lead the Major Leagues with 1,113 strikeouts and are on pace to set a club record for Ks, averaging 9.32 strikeouts per 9.0 innings (previous best: 8.69 SO/9 in 2015). L.A. also ranks second in the Majors in both WHIP (1.15) and opponents batting average (.227), while posting the fourth-lowest team ERA in the big leagues (3.67). Los Angeles relievers rank second in the Majors in ERA (3.15, 147 ER/420.0 IP) and top the big leagues in both opponents batting average (.210) and WHIP (1.09). GOLDEN GLOVEWORK: The Dodgers have been one of the Majors best fielding teams this year, ranking third in fielding percentage (.988) and committing the third-fewest errors of any team (54), behind only the Astros (51) and Nationals (47). By defensive efficiency, which measures turning balls in play into outs, the Dodgers rank second in the Majors, trailing only the Cubs, with a 70.9% efficiency rating according to Baseball-Reference.com. A LOOK BACK: On this date in 2013, the Dodgers capped off a stretch of 42 wins in 50 games with a 5-0 shutout win at Philadelphia. It concluded the franchise s best 50-game run in the modern era (since 1900) and the Dodgers 42 wins tied for the second-most by a Major League team in a 50-game span since MATCHUP vs. PHILLES Dodgers: 1st, NL West (1.5 GA) Phillies: 4 th, NL East (15.0 GB) All-Time vs. PHI: LA leads series, 1, (22-18 Citizens Bank) 2016 vs. PHI: LA leads series, 4-1 (2-0 at Citizens Bank) Aug. W, 9-4 W: Urias L: Eflin Aug. W, 9-3 W: Maeda L: Velasquez Aug. L, 2-6 W: Araujo L: Kazmir Aug. W, 15-5 W: Maeda L: Velasquez Aug. W, 7-2 W: Kazmir L: Thompson SECOND-HALF SURGE: The Dodgers continued to feast on Phillies pitching last night and have posted a.315/.381/.635 slashline in five games against Philadelphia, going 57-for-181 with 14 doubles, a triple, 14 homers and 42 RBI against the club. In 28 games since the All-Star break, the Dodgers lead the NL in team batting average (.281, 287-for-1023), slugging percentage (.473, 1 st MLB), while ranking second with 5.57 runs per game (156 R). Yasmani Grandal continues to lead the NL in both home runs (13) and slugging percentage (.716, min. 100 PA) in 33 games since June 30, batting.321 (35-for-109, 14 th, NL) with a.439 on-base percentage (3 rd, NL) in that span. Justin Turner had two hits last night, including his 22 nd home run of the season, and has hit safely in 13 of his last 14 games since July 30. He has been one of the NL s top hitters in his last 55 games since June 10, leading the Senior Circuit in home runs (18, T-1 st ), 49 (T-1 st ) and slugging percentage (.653), and ranking among the league s best in doubles (18, T-7 th ) and batting average (.324, 14 th, 71-for- 219) in that span. Overall, Turner ranks 10 th in the NL with a.341 batting average with runners in scoring position (29- for-85). Adrián González posted season highs in home runs (2) and RBI (5) last night as he hit safely for the 10 th consecutive game, batting.450 (18-for-40) with five doubles, three homers and 11 RBI during the run. In his last 42 games since June 27, González is hitting.359 (55-for-153), the third-best mark in the NL in that span, to go along with a.431 on-base percentage (3 rd, NL) and a.556 slugging percentage, while going 18-for-39 (.462) with runners in scoring position. Joc Pederson has hit safely in six of his last seven games and has posted a.362/.471/.759 slashline in his last 20 games, going 21-for-58 with 15 runs scored, eight doubles, five homers and 16 RBI since July 23. Howie Kendrick has hit safely in six of his last seven games since Aug. 9 (14-for-29,.483, 5 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 8 RBI) and, since the All-Star break, he has posted a.339/.400/.550 slashline, going 37-for-109 with 19 runs, nine doubles, a triple, four homers and 14 RBI in 28 games. CALL HIM ROY: Corey Seager has hit safely in his last eight games, going 15-for-36 (.417) with three doubles, two homers and four RBI since Aug. 8, and continues to rank among the NL s overall leaders in runs (77, T-6 th ), hits (144, 5 th ), doubles (34, T-2 nd ), home runs (21, T-21 st ), batting average (.309, 12 th ) and slugging percentage (.530, 14 th ). Seager still sits one home run shy of the franchise mark for homers by a shortstop, currently held by Glenn Wright, who belted 22 in Seager s 177 hits through the first 142 games of his career are the most by a Los Angeles Dodger (Source: Stats, LLC) and rank as the third most in franchise history since 1913: All-Time Dodgers Leaders, Most Hits Thru 142 G 1. Johnny Frederick (1929) Buddy Hassett (1936) Corey Seager ( ) Pete Reiser ( ) 175 UPCOMING SCHEDULE Date/Time (PT)/Opponent Probable Pitchers TV/Radio Fri., Aug. 19, 4:10 p.m. at CIN RHP Bud Norris (6-9, 4.26) vs. RHP Tim Adleman (1-1, 3.73) TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish Radio: AM 570/KTNQ 1020/KMPC 1540 Sat., Aug. 20, 4:10 p.m. at CIN LHP Brett Anderson (0-1, 45.00) vs. LHP Brandon Finnegan (7-9, 4.54) TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish Radio: AM 570/KTNQ 1020/KMPC 1540 Sun., Aug. 21, 10:10 a.m. at CIN TBA vs. RHP Anthony DeSclafani (7-1, 3.10) TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish Radio: AM 570/KTNQ 1020/KMPC 1540 Mon., Aug. 22, 9:35 a.m. at CIN TBA vs. RHP Homer Bailey (2-1, 3.66) TV: SNLA/SNLA Spanish Radio: AM 570/KTNQ 1020/KMPC 1540

2 Tonight s starter at Philadelphia: RHP Ross Stripling (3-4, 4.07 ERA) YEAR TEAM W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB SO 2012 Ogden Rancho Cucamonga Chattanooga Did Not Play 2015 Great Lakes Tulsa Oklahoma City LOS ANGELES MLB Totals (1 Year) Minor League Totals (4 Years) SEASON NOTES: Last pitched on August 12 against Pittsburgh, allowing five runs on six hits in 7.0 innings, suffering the loss in the Dodgers 5-1 defeat struck out four and did not issue a walk on 92 pitches Compiled a 2.66 ERA (7 ER/23.2 IP) along with a.207 opposing batting average in his last six appearances (two starts) since May 22 Has gone 2-4 with a 4.61 ERA (28 ER/54.2 IP) and has held the opposition to a.245 average in 10 starts this season In six road games (four starts) this season, has a 3.04 ERA (9 ER/26.2 IP) and limiting the opposition to a.179 batting average Made his Major League debut on April 8 at San Francisco and became the first pitcher to take a no-hit bid through 7.1 innings in his big league debut since Billy Rohr for the Red Sox on April 14, 1967 Was winless (0-2) in his first six career MLB starts; the last Dodger pitcher to go winless in his first 7+ career starts was Clayton Kershaw, who failed to record a victory in any of his first nine MLB starts, May 25-July 22, 2008 (streaks exclude any relief app) In six games (five starts) in the minors this year, Stripling went 0-3 with a 3.66 ERA (8 ER/19.2 IP) with Triple-A Oklahoma City and the Rookie-level AZL Dodgers (one rehab start) Entered the 2016 season rated by MLB.com as the Dodgers No. 16 prospect CAREER NOTES: Has gone with a 2.89 ERA in 61 games (53 starts) in four minor league seasons During the course of his minor league career, has limited opposing hitters to a.235 batting average, with 233 strikeouts against only 61 walks At the plate, has compiled a.231 career batting average (6-for-26) with a double in the minors Combined to go 3-6 with a 3.66 ERA in 14 starts for Double-A Tulsa and Single-A Great Lakes last year Missed the 2014 season and the start of the 2015 season due to Tommy John surgery Selected by the Dodgers in the fifth round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft out of Texas A&M VS. PHILADELPHIA: Will make his first career start against the Phillies STRIPLING S 2016 GAME LOG Date Opp Score Dec IP H R/ER BB SO TP Removal L, 2-3 ND / /14 ARI W, 5-2 ND / W, 5-3 ND / /25 MIA L, 2-3 L / /30 SD L, 2-5 L / W, 4-2 ND / /13 STL W, 8-4 W / L, 4-7 L / W, 9-5 W / W, 7-2 ND / /27 TB L, 1-3 ND / /31 ARI W, 14-3 ND / /6 BOS W, 3-0 W / /12 PIT L, 1-5 L / STRIPLING vs. PHILADELPHIA Totals: Dodger Stadium: Citizens Bank Park: CG: SHO: STRIPLING AT THE PLATE AVG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH CAREER Last HR: --- Tomorrow s starter at Cincinnati: RHP Bud Norris (6-9, 4.26 ERA) Made his last start on his rehab assignment with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga on August 13, allowing one run on four hits in 5.2 innings, picking up the win in the Quakes 6-1 victory struck out four and issued one walk on 59 pitches Last pitched for the Dodgers on July 31 against Arizona, allowing one run (unearned) and one walk and recording just one out in the first inning of the Dodgers 14-3 victory was pulled after throwing only 13 pitches and placed on the disabled list on August 1 with a mild mid-back strain Since joining the Dodgers on June 30, he has gone 3-2 with a 4.34 ERA (14 ER/29.0 IP) and has struck out 32 against eight walks VS. CINCINNATI: Last faced the Reds on June 15 as a member of the Braves, allowing three runs on three hits in 5.0 innings, not factoring in the decision in the Braves 9-8 victory struck out seven and walked two on 96 pitches Has gone 1-3 with a 4.41 ERA (24 ER/49.0 IP) and a 1.37 WHIP in 10 career games (nine starts) against the Reds has posted a 2.58 strikeout-to-walk ratio, striking out 49 batters against 19 walks in 49.0 innings

3 PITCHING NOTES The Dodgers rank among the Major League leaders in ERA (3.67, 4 th ), strikeouts (1113, 1 st ), opponents batting average (.227, 2 nd ) and WHIP (1.15, 2 nd ) Dodger starters have gone with a 4.01 ERA (292 ER/655.1 IP, 5 th NL), while the clubs relievers have a record with a 3.15 ERA (147 ER/420.0 IP, 2 nd, NL) Under Rick Honeycutt since 2006, the Dodgers lead the Majors in ERA (3.65) Honeycutt is in his 11 th season as the Dodgers pitching coach, the fourth longest tenure in baseball, trailing Dave Righetti (2000), Don Cooper (2002) and Darren Balsley (2003) 52 RHP PEDRO BÁEZ: 3-2, 3.02 ERA - 55 G Last Game: Aug. 16 at PHI, 1.0 IP, 2 H, 2 R, HR, 2 K Series at PHI: 2 R/1.0 IP-1 G Road Trip: 2 R/1.0 IP-1 G Last Win: 7/29 vs. ARI Last Loss: 6/16 vs. MIL Last Save: --- Overall, has limited opponents to a.173 batting average (9th, NL) and has been effective against right-handed (.189, 25-for-132) and left-handed hitters (.143, 10-for-70) Ranks third among NL relievers with a 0.85 WHIP ranks second on the team with 55 games Has 61 strikeouts against just 13 walks in 56.2 innings Had a string of 15 consecutive scoreless appearances (17.1 IP) from July 1-Aug RHP JOE BLANTON: 4-2, 2.54 ERA - 56 G Last Game: Yest. at PHI, 0.2 IP, H, K Series vs. PHI:0 R/0.2 IP-1 G Road Trip: 0 R/0.2 IP-1 G Last Win: 7/4 vs. BAL Last Loss: 5/6/16 at TOR Last Save: 7/27/15 at CLE Is tied for sixth in the NL with a.168 opponents batting average and has a 0.90 WHIP (9th, NL) Leads the team with a career-high 56 appearances Has been tough on both righties (.169, 25-for-148) and lefties (.167, 10-for-60) Averaging nearly a strikeout per inning with 58 Ks in 60.1 IP 58 RHP JESSE CHAVEZ: 2-2, 4.56 ERA 46 G (with TOR/LAD); 1-0, 4.50 ERA-7 G w/lad Last Game: Yest. at PHI, 1.0 IP, K Series vs. PHI: 0 R/1.0 IP-1 G Road Trip: 0 ER/1.0 IP-1 G Last Win: 8/7/16 vs. BOS Last Loss: 6/24 at CWS Last Save: 4/18/15 at KC Acquired by the Dodgers from Toronto July 31 with cash in exchange for Mike Bolsinger has allowed seven runs (five earned) in 10.0 innings in seven appearances as a Dodger Averaging more than a strikeout per inning this year, with 53 Ks against just 13 walks in 51.1 IP Limiting right-handers to a.225 batting average (27-for-120) 75 LHP GRANT DAYTON: 0-0, 0.96 ERA-6 G Last Game: Yest. at PHI, 1.1 IP, H, K Series vs. PHI: 0 R/1.1 IP-1 G Road Trip: 0 R/1.1 IP-1 G Last Win: --- Last Loss: --- Last Save: --- Limiting right-handed hitters to a.091 average (2-for-22)...lefties are hitting.111 (1-for-9) Is in his second stint with the Dodgers has 14 strikeouts in 9.1 innings in six games with the Dodgers has given up just one run and three hits made his Major League on July 22, striking out two in 2.0 scoreless innings of relief In 38 combined minor league appearances with Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City, he has gone 5-2 with five saves and a 2.42 ERA (14 ER/52.0 IP) struck out 91 against just 11 walks in 52.0 innings Acquired on July 15, 2015 from Miami for LHP Chris Reed 46 RHP JOSH FIELDS : 0-0, 6.14 ERA 23 G (w/ HOU & LA); 0-0, 4.26 ERA-8 w/la (as reliever) Last Game: Yest. at PHI, 1.0 IP, H, K Series vs. PHI: 0 ER/1.0-1 G Road Trip: 0 ER/1.0 IP-1 G Last Win: 8/9/15 vs. TB Last Loss: 5/29/15 vs. CWS Last Save: 9/9/14 at SEA IP 2.0 (5/12 at BOS) 2.0 (10x, last; 5/12/16 at BOS) Made six scoreless appearances from Aug to begin his Dodger career (5.0 IP) after being acquired from Houston on July 31 in exchange for a minor league infielder Went 1-0 with one save and a 1.65 ERA in 23 games with Houston s Triple-A Fresno this year In his fourth Major League season and is averaging better than a strikeout per inning with 205 Ks in innings has allowed only 18 of 79 inherited runners to score in his career (22.8%) ER SO BB IR/IRSc 3 (4/6 at NYY) 3 (2x, last: 5/12 at BOS) 1 (4x, last: 8/3 at COL) 15/2 5 (2x, last: 5/6/14 at DET) 4 (4x, last: 5/1/15 at SEA) 3 (9/18/13 vs. CIN) 79/18 50 RHP CASEY FIEN: 1-1, 5.40 ERA - 36 G (w/ MIN & LAD)/0-1, 3.91 ERA-22 G w/la (as reliever) Last Game: Yest. at PHI, 1.0 IP Series at PHI: 0 R/1.0 IP-1 G Road Trip: 0 R/1.0 IP-1 G Last Win: 4/15 vs. LAA Last Loss: 7/16/16 at ARI Last Save: 6/11/14 at TOR IP 2.0 (6x, last: 6/30 at MIL) 3.0 (3x, last 7/15/12 vs. OAK) Reinstated from the disabled list yesterday missed 24 games with right elbow tendonitits made four rehab appearances with Rookie-level AZL Dodgers and Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, allowing one run in a combined 5.0 innings struck out seven without issuing a walk Has tossed scoreless relief in 16 of 22 games as a Dodger, posting a 3.91 ERA (10 ER/23.0 IP) Has not allowed any of his 12 combined inherited runners to score ER SO BB IR/IRSc 3 (5x, last: 7/15 at ARI) 3 (2x, last: 6/1 at CHC) 1 (4x, last: 6/12 at SF) 12/0 4 (5x, last: 6/28/15 at MIL) 4 (2x, last: 7/26/13 at SEA) 2 (4x, last: 4/10/13 at KC) 134/31 Was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers on May 7 from the Twins and was outrighted to Triple-A OKC on May 12, where he posted a 5.87 ERA (5 ER/7.2 IP) with one save in six appearances appeared in 14 games for Minnesota this season, striking out 12 and walking three in 13.2 innings 56 LHP J.P. HOWELL: 1-1, 3.54 ERA 49 G Last Game: Yest. vs. PHI, 1.0 IP, 3 H, R, 2 K Series at PHI: 1 R/1.0 IP- 1 G Road Trip: 1 R/1.0 IP-1 G Last Win: 4/14/16 vs. ARI Last Loss: 5/15/16 vs. STL Last Save: 7/4/15 vs. NYM Has tossed scoreless relief in 20 of his last 24 games since June 17, posting a 1.77 ERA (4 ER/19.1 IP) in that span Overall, holding righties to a.224 batting average (17-for-76) Since joining the Dodgers in 2013, has gone 14-6 with a 2.30 ERA (50 ER/195.2 IP) in 249 games, ranking sixth among NL relievers (min IP) in ERA in that span 74 RHP KENLEY JANSEN: 3-2, 35 SV, 1.80 ERA - 52 G Last Game: Aug. 13 vs. PIT, 0.1 IP, K Series vs. PHI: --- Road Trip: --- Last Win: 6/19 vs. MIL Last Loss: 6/11 at SF Last Save: 8/13 vs. PIT Selected to his first-career All-Star game has tossed scoreless relief in 46 of 52 appearances Has struck out nine batters in his last 3.0 IP has recorded an out via the K for 11 of his last 12 outs Ranks second among NL relievers in ERA limiting opponents to a.152 batting average (3 rd, NL) with a 0.70 WHIP (1 st, MLB) has 70 Ks and just nine walks (as reliever) IP 2.2 (7/8 vs. SD) 2.0 (9x, last: 6/16 vs. MIL) ER 3 (2x, last: 5/16 vs. LAA) 3 (3x, last: 5/16/16 vs. LAA) SO 3 (2x, last: 6/13 at ARI) 4 (8/10/15 vs. WAS) BB 1 (13x, last: 7/21 at WAS) 2 (3x, last: 9/21/15 vs. ARI) IR/IRSc 25/11 71/27 (as reliever) IP 2.0 (6x, last: 6/11 at SF) 4.0 (5/16/15 vs. NYY) ER 3 (3x, last: 7/29 vs. ARI) 6 (8/13/13 at NYY) SO 4 (2x, last: 5/21 at SD) 6 (8/15/15 at NYM) BB 2 (2x, last: 7/21 at WAS) 4 (9/3/13 vs. TB) IR/IRSc 23/10 36/13 (as reliever) IP 3.0 (2x, 7/26 vs. SD) 5.2 (6/13/13 vs. NYY) ER 5 (7/23 vs. SEA) 7 (8/23/10 at DET) SO 3 (3x, 6/12 vs. BAL) 7 (2x, last: 6/13/13 vs. NYY) BB 2 (3x, last: 8/2 at COL) 3 (3x, last: 8/20/14 vs. NYM) IR/IRSc 34/16 144/58 (as reliever) IP 2.0 (3x, last: 8/14 vs. PIT) 2.0 (3x, last: 8/14/16 vs. PIT) ER 1 (8/10 vs. PHI) 1 (8/10 vs. PHI) SO 4 (8/6 vs. BOS) 4 (8/6/16 vs. BOS) BB 1 (8/6 vs. BOS) 1 (8/6/16 vs. BOS) IR/IRSc 4/2 4/2 (as reliever) IP 3.0 (5/22 at SD) 3.0 (7x, last: 5/22/16 at SD) ER 4 (4/7 at SF) 5 (5/27/08 vs. TEX) SO 3 (5/18 at LAA) 4 (7x, last: 6/1/13 at COL) BB 3 (7/6 vs. BAL) 3 (3x, last: 7/7/16 vs. BAL) IR/IRSc 19/8 274/62 (as reliever) IP 1.2 (4/13 vs. ARI) 2.0 (11x, last: 7/10/13 at ARI) ER 3 (8/10 vs. PHI) 5 (4/19/11 vs. ATL) SO 3 (5x, last: 8/7 vs. BOS) 4 (9x, last: 5/15/15 vs. COL) BB 2 (8/10 vs. PHI) 2 (20x, last: 8/10/16 vs. PHI) IR/IRSc 12/1 89/22 Ranks second in the NL with 35 saves in 40 opportunities joins Todd Worrell ( ) and Eric Gagné ( ) as the only Dodgers with three 30-save seasons Holds the Dodger franchise record for saves, surpassing Eric Gagné (162) on June 20 places second among all-time Dodger relievers in Ks (598, behind Jim Brewer s 604) 2016 vs. PHI Career vs. PHI Career at Citizens Bank Park Player W-L-S ERA G/GS ER IP HR W-L-S ERA G/GS ER IP HR W-L-S ERA G/GS ER IP HR Baez / / / Blanton / / / Chavez / / / Dayton / / / Fields / / / Fien / / / Howell / / / Jansen / / / Kazmir / / / Maeda / / / McCarthy / Stripling Urías / / Recent Bullpen Usage Player 8/17 at PHI 8/16 at PHI 8/15 Off Day 8/14 vs. PIT 8/13 vs. PIT Baez (21) (6) 1.0 (14) Blanton 0.2 (8) (25) Chavez 1.0 (19) (15) - Dayton 1.1 (24) (29) - Fields 1.0 (18) (22) 1.0 (18) Fien (12) Howell (17) (25) - Jansen (5)

4 BATTERS Since the All-Star break, leads the NL in batting average (.281), SLG (.473, 1 st MLB) and runs per game (5.57), while ranking among the NL s best in hits (287, 3 rd ), home runs (41, T-2 nd ), RBI (148, 2 nd ), runs (156, 2 nd ) and OBP (.341, 2 nd ) Ranks among the NL clubs in hits (1022, 9 th ), runs (538, 7 th ), homers (140, T-6 th ) and walks (390, T-6 th ) ranks seventh in the NL with an average of 4.52 runs per game 17 A.J. ELLIS.200, 5 2B, HR, 12 RBI in 51 G Last Game: 0-for-0, defensive sub. (8/16) Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for Career Series at PHI: 0-for-0 1 G Road Trip: 0-for-0 1 G H 2 (3x, last: 6/25 at PIT) 6 (8/11/09 at MIL) Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.250/.165 RISP:.200 (7-for-35) HR 1 (5/20 at SD) 3 (4/8/15 vs. SD) Last HR (G Since): 4/23 at COL (43 G) As PH: 2-for-5 (.400) RBI 3 (4/4 at SD) 6 (2x, last: 9/7/14 vs. ARI) In his last 14 games against the Philliles, he is posting a.286 (12-for-42)/.404/.381 slashline with six BB 3 (5/22 at SD) 4 (3x, last: 8/18/15 at OAK) runs, a double, a home run and five RBI since June 6, 2012 SB 1 (7/27 vs. TB) 1 (7/27/16 vs. TB) Has made 40 starts this season, catching Clayton Kershaw (11), Kenta Maeda (8), Scott Kazmir (6), Hit Streak 4 (2x, last: 7/21-8/6) 9 (6/29-7/10/13) Ross Stripling (5), Julio Urias (3), Mike Bolsinger (2), Brock Stewart (2), Brandon McCarthy (2), Bud Norris (1) and Hyun-Jin Ryu (1) Since his first Major League season in 2008, he has posted the lowest catchers ERA among all qualifying backstops (3.29) and also leads active catchers (min. 400 games) with a.997 fielding percentage 23 ADRIÁN GONZÁLEZ (L).298, 23 2B, 12 HR, 62 RBI in 115 G Last Game: 2-for-4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, BB, K (8/17) Current Streak: 10 G, 18-for-40, 8/6-current Series at PHI: 3-for-8, 4 R, 2 HR, 6 RBI, HBP, BB 2 G Road Trip: 3-for-8, 4 R, 2 HR, 6 RBI, HBP, BB 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.269/.308 RISP:.327 (33-for-101) Last HR (G Since): 8/17 at PHI, 2 HR (0 G) As PH: 0-for-5 Recorded his first multi-homer game of the season (20 th of his career) in last night s contest with a three-run bomb in the fourth inning and a two-run shot in the seventh, while also collecting a seasonhigh five RBI, his most since Sept. 20, 2014 at Chicago-NL when he also drove in five runs Has hit safely in 10 consecutive games, batting.450 (18-for-40) with 12 runs, five doubles, three home runs and 11 RBI along with a.488 OBP and a.800 SLG since Aug. 6 Has posted.377 (29-for-77)/.429/.636 slashline with 17 runs, five doubles, five homers and 16 RBI in his last 21 games since July 23 in his last 42 games, he is batting.359 (55- for-153) with 29 runs, 12 doubles, six home runs and 29 RBI along with a.431 OBP and a.556 SLG since June 27 In his last 18 road games, he is batting.309 (21-for-68) with 14 runs, three doubles, four homers and 15 RBI along with a.919 OPS since June 27 in 54 road games this season, he is batting.324 (67-for-207) with nine doubles, eight homers, 40 RBI and 30 runs scored along with a.396 OBP and a.483 SLG ranks among the NL leaders in road RBI (7 th ), batting average (9 th ) and OBP (12 th ) Has hit safely in his last 13 games against the Phillies, posting a.385 (20-for-52)/.439/.750 slashline with 15 runs, four doubles, five home runs and 17 RBI since May 25, 2014 in his last 18 games at Citizens Bank Park, he has posted a.301 (22-for-73)/.354/.603 slashline with 13 runs, a double, seven home runs and 19 RBI since June 6, 2010 ranks among active players (min. 200 AB) in career batting average (.315, 6 th ), OBP (.386, 4 th ), SLG (.609, 2 nd ) and home runs (20, T-6 th ) against Philadelphia Is a.291 career hitter and since his first full Major League season in 2006, ranks among the big league leaders in hits (1,873, 4 th ), doubles (397, 3 rd ), home runs (295, 9 th ), RBI (1,094, 5 th ), runs (928, 8 th ), walks (731, 10 th ) and total bases (3,177, 4 th ) Leads the Majors with 1,704 games played since 2006 and has not been placed on the disabled list during the course of his career ranks ninth among active players with 1,118 career RBI ranks fifth among active players with a.326 career batting average with runners in scoring position (min. 600 PA) Just the sixth active player to reach 300 homers (302 career) and 400 doubles (407 career), joining Adrian Beltre, Carlos Beltran, Albert Pujols, David Ortiz and Miguel Cabrera 9 YASMANI GRANDAL (S).234, 10 2B, 3B, 19 HR, 52 RBI in 89 G Last Game: 1-for-5, K (8/17) Current Streak: 2 G, 4-for-9, 8/16-current Series at PHI: 4-for-9, 3 R, HR, 3 RBI, BB 2 G Road Trip: 4-for-9, 3 R, HR, 3 RBI, BB 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.279/.226 RISP:.243 (17-for-70) Last HR (G Since): 8/16 at PHI (1 G) As PH: 1-for-8 (.125) Currently leads big league backstops in walks (45), while ranking among the best in home runs (19, T- 2 nd ), RBI (48, T-4 th ), OBP (.351, 5 th ) and SLG (.494, 3 rd ) Leads the National League lead with 13 home runs in his last 33 games since June 30, batting.321 (35- for-109) with 22 runs, two doubles, a triple and 24 RBI along with a.439 OBP and a.716 SLG during that span In his last 14 games, he is posting a.347 (17-for-49)/.448/.735 slashline with 11 runs, two doubles, a triple, five home runs and 13 RBI since July 29 Has reached base safely in his last 10 games on the road, posting a.314 (11-for-35)/.429/.629 slashline with a triple, three home runs and seven RBI since July 19 Has hit safely in 10 his last 11 games against the Phillies, batting.421 (16-for-38) with 13 runs, two doubles, five home runs, 12 RBI and 10 walks along with a.531 OBP and a.868 SLG since Sept. 18, 2014 Has appeared in 80 games (75 starts) at catcher and three games (two starts) at first base this season has posted a.996 fielding percentage this season as a catcher, commiting just three errors, ranking fourth among NL catchers his 3.87 catcher ERA this season ranks sixth best in the Major Leagues Switch-hitter is posting a.279 (12-for-43)/.446/.442 slashline as a right-handed batter with a double, two home runs and five RBI, while posting a.226 (53-for-235)/.330/.489 mark as a left-handed hitter with nine doubles, a triple, 17 home runs and 47 RBI 14 KIKÉ HERNÁNDEZ.192, 6 2B, 6 HR, 14 RBI in 78 G Last Game: 0-for-1, defensive sub. (8/16) Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-10 Series at PHI: 0-for-1 1 G Road Trip: 0-for-1 1 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.211/.175 RISP:.114 (4-for-35) Last HR (G Since): 8/7 vs. BOS (7 G) As PH: 6-for-33, HR (.182) Has appeared in 36 games (21 starts) at left field, eight games (three starts) at center field, four games (one start) at right field, three games (one start) at third, eight games (three starts) at second and one start each at shortstop and DH this year has recorded four outfield assists this season Has a.302 career batting average (54-for-179) against left-handed pitchers has also recorded 15 doubles, two triples, eight home runs, 22 RBI and a.933 OPS throughout his career against left-handers Missed 26 games due to a left ribcage inflammation and was reinstated from the disabled list on July HOWIE KENDRICK.279, 22 2B, 2 3B, 8 HR, 34 RBI in 106 G Last Game: 0-for-4, K (8/17) Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-4 Series at PHI: 4-for-9, 2 R, 3B, HR, 3 RBI 2 G Road Trip: 4-for-9, 2 R, 3B, HR, 3 RBI 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.281/.279 RISP:.241 (19-for-79) Last HR (G Since): 8/16 at PHI (1 G) As PH: 3-for-11 (.273) Has hit safely in six of his last seven games, batting.483 (14-for-29) with six runs, five doubles, a triple, two home runs and eight RBI along with a.500 OBP and a.931 SLG since Aug. 9 Posting a.348 (47-for-135)/.405/.570 slashline with 21 runs, 13 doubles, a triple, five home runs and 19 RBI in his last 35 games since July 4 In his last 54 games, he is batting.332 (65-for-196) with 19 doubles, a triple, six home runs, 23 RBI, 33 runs scored and three stolen bases along with a.921 OPS since June 13, raising his batting average 60 points during that stretch ( ) Has hit safely in 12 of his last 14 games on the road, posting a.377 (23-for-61)/.433/.623 slashline with 12 runs, four doubles, a triple, three homers and eight RBI since July 15 in 48 games on the road this season, he is batting.291 with 28 runs, 10 doubles, two triples, five homers and 17 RBI along with a.347 OBP In his last 14 games against the Phillies, posting a.389 (21-for-54)/.421/.648 slashline with 12 runs, four doubles, two triples, two home runs and 12 RBI since Aug. 12, 2014 Has appeared in 25 games (21 starts) at second base, 68 games (55 starts) at left field, 12 games (10 starts) at third base, eight games (five starts) at first base and one start as the designated hitter this season 31 JOC PEDERSON (L).258, 24 2B, 18 HR, 51 RBI in 99 G Last Game: 3-for-4, BB (8/17) Current Streak: 5 G, 10-for-19, 8/12-current Series at PHI: 4-for-7, 2 R, 2B, RBI, 3 BB 2 G Road Trip: 4-for-7, 2 R, 2B, RBI, 3 BB 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.105/.280 RISP:.288 (21-for-73) Last HR (G Since): 8/14 vs. PIT (2 G) As PH: 1-for-9, HR (.111) Reached base four times in last night s contest, as he collected his career-high tying three hits (8x, last: 8/13 vs. PIT) and drew a walk Extended his hitting streak to five games, batting.526 (10-for-19) with six runs, four doubles, two home runs and four RBI along with a.591 OBP and a SLG during the run which started on Aug. 12 H 4 (5/28 at NYM) 6 (8/11/09 at MIL) HR 2 (8/17 at PHI) 3 (4/8/15 vs. SD) RBI 5 (8/17 at PHI) 6 (2x, last: 9/7/14 vs. ARI) BB 3 (3x, last: 7/4 vs. BAL) 4 (6/19/09 vs. OAK) SB (6x, last: 3/23/14 at ARI) Hit Streak 10 (8/6-current) 18 (6/20-7/7/12) H 5 (7/8 vs. SD) 5 (7/8/16 vs. SD) HR 3 (7/8 vs. SD) 3 (7/8/16 vs. SD) RBI 6 (7/8 vs. SD) 8 (5/7/15 at MIL) BB 3 (2x, last: 8/7 vs. BOS) 3 (6x, last: 8/7/16 vs. BOS) SB 1 (7/29 vs. ARI) 1 (4x, last: 7/29/16 vs. ARI) Hit Streak 9 (7/29-8/9) 9 (7/29-8/9/16) H 3 (4/15 vs. SF) 3 (7x, last: 4/15/16 vs. SF) HR 2 (4/15 vs. SF) 2 (4/15/16 vs. SF) RBI 4 (4/15 vs. SF) 4 (2x, last: 4/15/16 vs. SF) BB 3 (6/27 at PIT) 3 (6/27/16 at PIT) SB 1 (4/20 at ATL) 1 (4/20/16 at ATL) Hit Streak 4 (4/12-16) 6 (2x, last: 8/23-8/29/15) H 4 (4x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 5 (8/25/10 vs. TB) HR 1 (8x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 2 (6x, last: 4/18/14 at DET) RBI 3 (2x, 8/16 at PHI) 5 (2x, last: 9/20/09 at TEX) BB 2 (3x, last: 6/11 at SF) 3 (8/9/14 vs. BOS) SB 1 (8x, last: 8/13 vs. PIT) 2 (6x, 5/11/14 at TOR) Hit Streak 16 (7/4-24) 18 (6/20-7/19/11) H 3 (3x, last: 8/17 at PHI) 3 (8x, last: 8/17/16 vs. PHI) HR 2 (2x, last: 6/14 at ARI) 2 (3x, last: 6/14/16 at ARI) RBI 4 (7/29 vs. ARI) 4 (7/29/16 vs. ARI) BB 3 (4/24 at COL) 3 (7x, last: 4/24/16 at COL) SB 1 (5x, last: 7/24 at STL) 1 (7x, last: 6/18/16 vs. MIL ) Hit Streak 5 (2x, last: 8/12-current) 7 (5/30-6/4/15) Has reached base safely in his last eight games, posting a.464 (13-for-28)/.559/.893 slashline with eight runs, six doubles, two home runs and eight RBI since Aug. 8 In his last 21 games, he is batting.387 (24-for-62) with 15 runs, eight doubles, five homers and 16 RBI along with a.493 OBP and a.758 SLG since July 23 posting a.314 (33- for-105)/.419/.600 slashline with 20 runs, nine doubles, seven home runs and 21 RBI in his last 34 games since June 18 In his last seven road games, he is batting.435 (10-for-23) with four runs, two doubles, two RBI and a stolen base along with a.567 OBP and a.522 SLG since July 23 Has reached base safely in 12 career games against the Phillies, posting a.462 OBP and collecting five runs, four doubles, six RBI and 13 walks 11 JOSH REDDICK (L) 9-for-53 (.170) 2B in 13 G w/ LA H 4 (2x, last: 7/2 vs. PIT) 4 (6x, last: 7/2/16 vs. PIT) HR 1 (8x, last: 7/29 at CLE) 3 (8/9/13 at TOR) RBI 3 (2x, last: 7/26 at TEX) 6 (5/16/14 at CLE) BB 2 (2x, last: 7/15 vs. TOR) 3 (2x, last: 8/2/13 vs. TEX) SB 1 (6x, last: 8/13 vs. PIT) 2 (2x, last: 9/24/15 vs. TEX) Hit Streak 6 (2x, last: 5/15-6/28) 12 (4/22-5/4/15) Last Game: 1-for-4, R, BB (8/17) Current Streak: 1 G, 1-for-4, 8/17-current Series at PHI: 1-for-8, 2 R, 2 BB, K 2 G Road Trip: 1-for-8, 2 R, 2 BB, K 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.179/.307 RISP:.262 (16-for-61) Last HR (G Since): 7/29 at CLE (15 G) As PH: 1-for-2 (.500) Has hit safely in three of his last four games, including scoring a run in each of those games, batting.295 (5-for-17) with a double and posting a.368 OBP In his last 54 games, he is batting.384 with 31 runs, eight doubles, a triple, four home runs, 16 RBI and four stolen bases along with a.356 OBP since May 4 In his last nine games against the Phillies, he is batting.323 (10-for-31) with six runs, a triple and an RBI along with a.371 OBP since June 29, 2011 Made his Dodger debut on Aug. 2 at COL, making the start in right field, after being acquired from the Oakland Athletics on Aug. 1 in a five-player trade in 68 games with Oakland this season, he posted a.296/.368/.449 slashline with 11 doubles, one triple, eight homers, 28 RBI and five stolen bases

5 5 COREY SEAGER (L).309, 34 2B, 3 3B, 21 HR, 56 RBI in 115 G Last Game: 2-for-4, 2 R, 2B, BB, K (8/17) Current Streak: 8 G, 15-for-36, 8/8-current Series at PHI: 3-for-10, 3 R, 2 2B, BB 2 G Road Trip: 3-for-10, 3 R, 2 2B, BB 2 G H 4 (2x, last: 7/22 at STL) 4 (3x, last: 7/22/16 at STL) Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.264/.326 RISP:.333 (28-for-84) HR 3 (6/3 vs. ATL) 3 (6/3/16 vs. ATL) Last HR (G Since): 8/8 vs. PHI, 2 HR (7 G) As PH: 0-for-4 RBI 4 (6/5 vs. ATL) 4 (6/5 vs. ATL) Recorded his team-leading 34 th double of the season and his 41 st multi-hit game of the year, as he BB 2 (4x, last: 7/6 vs. BAL) 3 (9/11/15 at ARI) finished last night s contest going 2-for-4 with two runs scored and a walk also leads the team in SB 1 (4/21 at ATL) 1 (3x, last: 4/21/16 at ATL) games played (115, T-1 st ), runs (77) and hits (144) Hit Streak 19 (6/16-7/6) 19 (6/16/16-7/6/16) Extended his hitting streak to eight games, batting.417 (15-for-36) with six runs, three doubles, two home runs and four RBI during the run which started on Aug. 8 In his last 27 games, he is batting.347 (42-for-121) with 18 runs, 12 doubles, four homers and 15 RBI along with a.923 OPS since July 9 posting a.351/.395/.563 slashline with 35 runs, 22 doubles, two triples, six homer and 20 RBI in his last 49 games since June 16 Has hit safely in 17 of his last 18 road games, batting.359 (28-for-78) with 17 runs, 11 doubles, a triple, two homers and seven RBI along with a.405 OBP and a.603 SLG since June 24 posting a.303/.361/.482 slashline with 42 runs, 19 doubles, two triples, six homers and 27 RBI in 54 road games this year currently tied for third in the NL in doubles on the road this year Tops Major League shortstops in batting average (.312) and doubles (34), while ranking among big league shortstops in OBP (.364, 5 th ), SLG (.535, 2 nd ), hits (144, 2 nd ), home runs (21, 3 rd ), RBI (56, T-9 th ) and runs scored (77, 3 rd ) Currently leads Major League rookies in hits (144), runs (77), doubles (34), multi-hit games (41) and walks (38), while ranking among the rookie leaders in RBI (56, 3 rd ) and homers (21, 2 nd ) this season Established a new LA record for most home runs by a shortstop, recording his 20 th and 21 st home runs of the season on Aug. 8 against the Phillies, surpassing Hanley Ramirez (19, 2013) also became the eighth rookie in franchise history to reach the 20-homer mark, joining Mike Piazza (35, 1993), Joc Pederson (26, 2015), Del Bissonette (25, 1928), Johnny Frederick (24, 1929), Frank Howard (23, 1960), Greg Brock (23, 1960) and Eric Karros (20, 1992) Named to the National League All-Star team, becoming the youngest position player to be honored as an All-Star in franchise history at 22 years, 69 days old (previous: Pete Reiser: 22 years, 113 days) and the third-youngest Dodger All-Star overall (at the time of their first selection), behind only Fernando Valenzuela and Ralph Branca became just the second Dodger rookie shortstop to be selected to the All-Star game (last: Bill Grabarkewitz, 1970), and the first Los Angeles shortstop to be named an All-Star since Rafael Furcal in Named NL s June Rookie of the Month after leading ML rookies in hitting (.343, 35-for-102), hits, homers (8), runs (20), total bases (69) and SLG (.676), while also ranking among the NL rookies in OBP (.409, 1 st ), doubles (8, 1 st ) and RBI (13, 3 rd ) this was his first career monthly award, and the first for a Dodger rookie since Alex Guerrero (April 2015) 25 ROB SEGEDIN 7-for-22 (.318), 2B, 8 RBI in 9 G Last Game: 0-for-0, BB (8/17) Current Streak: 3 G, 4-for-11, 8/13-current Series at PHI: 1-for-2, R, 2 RBI, BB 2 G Road Trip: 1-for-2, R, 2 RBI, BB 2 G Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.500/.250 RISP:.455 (5-for-11) Last HR (G Since): --- As PH: 1-for-3 Has driven in eigth runs in his first nine big league games has appeared in four games (three starts) at third base, two starts at left field and one game at first base this season with Los Angeles Made his Major League debut on Aug. 7 against the Red Sox after having his contract selected prior to H 2 (2x, last: 8/13 vs. PIT) 2 (2x, last: 8/13/16 vs. PIT) HR - - RBI 4 (8/7 vs. BOS) 4 (8/7/16 vs. BOS) BB - - SB - - Hit Streak 3 (8/13-current) 3 (8/13/16-current) the game and drove in four runs, the most ever by a Dodger in their MLB debut, driving a bases-loaded, two-run double for his first big-league hit in the fourth inning and knocking a two-run, bases-loaded single in the fifth inning the previous franchise mark for RBI in a debut was three, set by Packy Rogers on July 12, 1938 vs. the Giants In 103 games with Triple-A OKC, he posted a.319/.392/.598 slashline with 71 runs, 23 doubles, nine triples, 21 home runs and 69 RBI appeared at first base (36 games), second base (one game), third base (58 games), shortstop (one game) and left field (five games) with Oklahoma City Prior to his promotion, he led the Pacific Coast League with a.598 slugging percentage and ranking among the league leaders in hits (119, 6th), triples (2nd), home runs (T-4th), RBI (9th), batting average (9th) and on-base percentage (T-6th) 3 CHRIS TAYLOR.235 (12-for-51), 2 2B, 2 3B, HR, 7 RBI 27 G w/ LA Last Game: 0-for-1, defensive sub. (8/16) Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-2 Series at PHI: 0-for-1 1 G Road Trip: 0-for-1 1 G H 3 (7/15 at ARI) 3 (2x, 7/15/16 at ARI) Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.273/.219 RISP:.214 (3-for-14) HR 1 (7/15 at ARI) 1 (7/15/16 at ARI) Last HR (G Since): 7/15 at ARI (17 G) As PH: 2-for-10 (.200) RBI 6 (7/15 at ARI) 6 (7/15/16 at ARI) Recalled prior to the game on Aug. 9 for his second stint with the big league club was optioned to BB 1 (4x, last: 7/24 at STL) 2 (3x, last: 5/21/15 at BAL) Triple-A OKC on Aug. 7 has appeared in seven games (two starts) at third base, five games (four SB - 2 (9/26/14 at LAA) Hit Streak 3 (2x, last: 7/15-19) 6 (8/5-10/14) starts) at shortstop, six games (five starts) at second base with the Dodgers Hit a grand slam in the sixth inning on July 15 against the D-Backs for his first career home run also recorded single-game career-highs in runs (3), RBI (6) and extra-base hits (3), while tying a career-best in hits (3; 2x, last: Aug. 8, 2014 vs. CWS) Played in two games with Seattle this year, going 1-for-3, and has appeared in 86 big league games in three seasons with the Mariners from , batting.240 with 11 doubles, a triple and 10 RBI 10 JUSTIN TURNER.276, 26 2B, 3B, 22 HR, 69 RBI in 112 G Last Game: 2-for-5, 2 R, HR, 2 RBI, K (8/17) Current Streak: 3 G, 4-for-13, 8/12-current Series at PHI: 3-for-9, 3 R, HR, 2 RBI 2 G Road Trip: 3-for-9, 3 R, HR, 2 RBI 2 G H 3 (5x, last: 7/19 at WSH) 4 (5x, last: 7/20/15 at ATL) Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.208/.299 RISP:.341 (29-for-85) HR 2 (2x, last: 7/21/16 at WSH) 2 (4x, last: 7/21/16 at WSH) Last HR (G Since): 8/17 at PHI (0 G) As PH: 3-for-7 (.429), HR RBI 5 (7/21 at WSH) 5 (2x, last: 7/21/16 at WSH) Slugged his team-leading 22 nd home run in last night s contest, with a two-run shot in the fifth inning, as he has hit safely in 13 of his last 14 games, batting.321 (18-for-56) with 11 runs, seven doubles, four home runs and 10 RBI along with a.982 OPS since July 30 BB SB Hit Streak 2 (3x, last: 7/16 at ARI) 1 (3x, last: 7/23 at ARI) 10 (7/30-8/9) 3 (6/16/11 at ATL) 1 (22x, last: 7/23/16 at STL ) 11 (8/26-9/11/11) Hitting.324 (71-for-219) with 18 doubles, 18 homers and 49 RBI along with a.364 OBP and a.653 SLG in his last 55 games since June 10 during that span, he leads the National League in slugging percentage, homers (T-1 st, w/ Yasmany Tomas) and RBI (T-1 st, w/ Carlos Gonzalez), while ranking among the NL leaders in doubles (T-7 th ) and hits (T-10 th ) Since the All-Star break, he has recorded 13 multi-hit games in 26 games, while batting.330 (36-for-109) with 21 runs, 10 doubles, nine home runs and 25 RBI along with.371 OBP and a.670 SLG during that span In his last 12 games against the Phillies, he is batting.318 (14-for-44) with eight runs, three doubles, three home runs and eight RBI along with a.917 OPS since April 22, 2014 Has hit safely in his last nine road games, batting.400 (16-for-40) with 10 runs, five doubles, five home runs and 14 RBI along with a.429 OBP and a.900 SLG since July 21 in 54 road games this season, he is posting a.306/.379/.578 slashline with 32 runs, 17 doubles, 13 home runs and 39 RBI ranks among the NL leaders in road SLG (8 th ), RBI (8 th ), doubles, (T-8 th ) and home runs (T-8 th ) Since joining the Dodgers in 2014, ranks among the NL leaders (min PA) in batting average (.299, 6 th ) and OBP (.368, 11 th ), including a.354 mark with runners in scoring position (1 st, MLB, 84-for-237) 26 CHASE UTLEY (L).251, 20 2B, 2 3B, 10 HR, 39 RBI in 102 G Last Game: 0-for-5, 2 K (8/17) Current Streak: 0 G, 0-for-5 Series at PHI: 2-for-9, 2 HR, 5 RBI, BB 2 G Road Trip: 2-for-9, 2 HR, 5 RBI, BB 2 G H 6 (7/6 vs. BAL) 6 (7/6/16 vs. BAL) Vs. LHP/Vs. RHP:.183/.264 RISP:.265 (18-for-68) HR 2 (2x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 2 (23x, last: 8/16/16 at PHI) Last HR (G Since): 8/16 at PHI, 2 HR (1 G) As PH: 0-for-7 RBI 5 (2x, last: 8/16 at PHI) 6 (2x, last: 9/2/10 at COL) Ranks among the all-time leaders in runs (488, 2 nd ), hits (811, 2 nd ), doubles (163, 2 nd ), home runs (129, 2 nd ) and RBI (465, 2 nd ) at Citizens Bank Park, while posting a.292/.375/.506 career slashline spent 13 seasons with the Phillies ( ) and ranks among the Phillies modern-era franchise leaders in BB SB Hit Streak 2 (6x, last: 6/7 vs. COL) 1 (4/20 at ATL) 7 (4/17-24) 3 (10x, last: 8/5/14 vs. HOU) 2 (6x, last: 4/9/13 vs. NYM) 35 (6/23-8/3/06) games played (1551, 7 th ), hits (1623, 9 th ), runs (949, 6 th ), doubles (346, 5 th ), home runs (233, 6 th ), RBI (916, 7 th ) and walks (625, 10 th ) Made his return to Philadelphia on Tuesday for the first time since being traded to Los Angeles on Aug. 19, 2015 and recorded his 23 rd multi-homer game of his career (second of the season, last: May 28 at NYM), with a solo home run in the fifth inning and his seventh-career grand slam (second this year, last: May 28 at NYM) in the seventh according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Utley, who hit 233 during his 13 seasons in Philadelphia, is the second player in MLB history to hit 200-or-more homers with a team and homer twice in his first road game against that team, becoming the first to do so since Frank Thomas slugged two homers on May 22, 2006 at U.S. Cellular Field against the White Sox as a member of the Athletics In 51 road games this season, he is posting a.275/.343/.435 slashline with 33 runs, 11 doubles, two triples, six home runs and 27 RBI He has 431 plate appearances this season without grounding into a double play, the most of any big leaguer (next: Jarrod Saltalamacchia, 212) according to Stats, LLC, only one Los Angeles Dodger has completed an entire season with more plate appearances than Utley without a GIDP - Dave Roberts in 2003 (440 PA). Among active second basemen, he ranks among the active leaders in games played (1687, 3 rd ), runs (1021, 3 rd ), hits (1745, 3 rd ), doubles (375, 2 nd ), triples (52, 1 st ), home runs (246, 2 nd ), RBI (964, 2 nd ), walks (669, 2 nd ), OBP (.362, 2 nd ), SLG (.473, 2 nd ), extra-base hits (673, 2 nd ) and total bases (2962, 2 nd ) Collected a career-high six hits on June 6, his most since a five-hit game on April 25, 2007 against the Nationals his six hits were the most by a Dodger since Shawn Green, who went 6-for-6 with a double, four home runs and seven RBI, on May 23, 2002 at Milwaukee

6 DODGERS BATTING CHARTS RHP Jerad Eickhoff will make first career start vs. LAD Player AVG AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO vs. PHI Career vs. PHI Career at Citizens Bank Park 16 Multi-Hit Games Player G AVG AB H HR RBI G AVG AB H HR RBI G AVG AB H HR RBI 2+ H 3+ H 4+ H Ellis BI Gonzalez Grandal Hernandez Kendrick Pederson Reddick Seager Segedin Taylor Turner Utley HR Breakdown By Location By Direction Runners On Situational Multi-HR G Player HR Vs. LHP Vs. RHP Home Road LF LCF CF RCF RF Last Slam Lead Off PH Walk-Off 2+ HR 3+ HR Ellis /29/ Gonzalez /24/ Grandal /25/ Hernandez /26/ Kendrick Pederson /1/ Reddick /19/ Seager Segedin Taylor /15/ Turner Utley /16/ Totals /16/ Opponents /7/ Dodgers Back-to-Back HR: (2): Puig/Grandal, 7/4 vs. BAL; Grandal/Kendrick, 7/8 vs. SD; Gonzalez/Hernandez, 8/7 vs. BOS Opponents Back-to-Back HR: (2): Heyward/Bryant, 6/2 at CHC; Revere/Werth, 7/20 at WSH; LeMahieu/Gonzalez, 8/3 at COL

7 `````` GENERAL Longest Winning Streak... 6 June 17-June 22 Longest Winning Streak, Home June 17-July 5 Longest Winning Streak, Road x: Aug. 4-Current Longest Losing Streak... 6 April 25-April 30 Longest Losing Streak, Home... 6 April 25-April 30 Longest Losing Streak, Road... 4 May 18-May 21 Longest Game, Innings May 22 at SD Longest Game, Time... 5:47 May 22 at SD Longest Nine-Inning Game, Time... 4:02 April 24 at COL Shortest Game, Time... 2:07 May 1 vs. SD Largest Crowd, Home... 53,449 April 15 vs. SF Largest Crowd, Road... 47,156 May 7 at TOR Smallest Crowd, Home... 38,858 May 10 vs. NYM Smallest Crowd, Road... 13,226 May 4 at TB Largest Winning Margin April 4 at SD Largest Losing Margin August 3 at COL Largest Deficit Overcome to Win x; Last: July 29 vs. ARI Largest Lead Lost... 6 April 24 at COL Most Errors... 3 April 19 at ATL Most Consecutive Games, No Error... 8 June 16-June 24 Most Double Plays x; Last: June 7 vs. COL Most Players Used July 6 vs. BAL TEAM PITCHING Most Runs Allowed, Game x; Last: August 3 at COL Most Runs Allowed, Inning x; Last: 1 st, August 14 vs. PIT Fewest Hits Allowed, Game... 1 May 31 at CHC Most Hits Allowed, Game x; Last: August 3 at COL Most Home Runs Allowed, Game... 5 August 3 at COL Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning x; Last: 1 st, August 14 vs. PIT Most Strikeouts, Game May 21 at SD (Wood, 13) Most Walks Issued, Game August 13 vs. PIT INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched, Starter... 9 Most Innings Pitched, Reliever Fewest Hits, Complete Game... 2 Most Strikeouts, Starter, Game Most Strikeouts, Reliever, Game... 4 Most Home Runs Allowed, Game... 4 Most Consec. Scoreless IP, Starter Kershaw, May 17-May 29 Most Consec. Scoreless IP, Reliever Liberatore, May 20-July 22 3x; Last: Kershaw, May 23 vs. CIN Frias, July 7 vs. SD 2x; Last: Kershaw, May 23 vs. CIN Kershaw, May 1 vs. SD 3x; Last: Liberatore, June 18 vs. MIL Stewart, August 3 at COL Longest Winning Streak... 9 Kershaw, May 1-June 20 Longest Losing Streak x; Last: Kazmir, June 30-current TEAM BATTING Most Runs, Game x; Last: August 16 at PHI Most Runs, Game, Both Teams April 24 at COL Most Runs, Inning... 8 August 16 at PHI Most Hits, Game July 15 at ARI Most Hits, Game, Both Teams x; Last: July 15 at ARI Fewest Hits, Game x; Last: June 6 vs. COL Most Hits, Inning rd, June 18 vs. MIL Most Doubles, Game... 7 April 4 at SD Most Triples, Game x, Last: August 16 at PHI Most Home Runs, Game x; Last: July 8 vs. SD Most Home Runs, Game, Both Teams x; Last: August 16 at PHI Most Home Runs, Inning x; Last: 5 th, August 16 at PHI Most Consecutive Games, Home Run June 10-June 24 Most Consecutive Games, No Homer... 4 April 8-April 12 Most Total Bases, Game July 8 vs. SD Most Extra-Base Hits, Game x; July 31 vs. ARI Most Walks, Game April 24 at COL Most Strikeouts, Game July 6 vs. BAL Most Stolen Bases, Game... 5 June 4 vs. ATL Most Left on Base, Game July 6 vs. BAL Most Double Plays Hit Into, Game x; Last: June 7 vs. COL INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At-Bats, Game....9 Most Hits, Game... 6 Most Doubles, Game... 3 Most Triples, Game... 1 Most Home Runs, Game... 3 Most Total Bases, Game Most Extra-Base Hits, Game... 3 Most Runs Scored, Game... 3 Most RBI, Game... 6 Most Walks, Game... 3 Most Stolen Bases, Game... 3 Utley, May 22 at SD Utley, July 6 vs. BAL Seager, July 17 at ARI 14x; Last: Kendrick, Aug. 16 at PHI 2x; Last: Grandal, July 8 vs. SD Grandal, July 8 vs. SD 6x; Last: Seager, July 17 at ARI 10x; Last: Grandal, August 16 at PHI 2x; Last: Taylor, July 15 at ARI 8x; Last: Gonzalez, Aug. 7 vs. BOS Thompson, June 4 vs. ATL Most Consecutive Games, Hit Seager, June 16-July 6 Most Consecutive Games, Home Run... 3 Pederson, July Most Consecutive Games, Run... 7 Pederson July Most Consecutive Games, RBI... 4 Kendrick, July 8-July 15 DODGERS BY DAY, MONTH, INNING Monday (6-6), Tuesday (14-5), Wednesday (7-12), Thursday (5-6), Friday (9-9), Saturday (13-7), Sunday (13-5) April (12-13), May (16-12), June (16-12), July (15-9), August (8-6), Sept. (0-0) X Total DODGERS OPPONENT DODGERS DEFENSIVELY CATCHER CS SBA CS% PB PickOffs A.J. Ellis % 2 0 Austin Barnes 0 1 0% 0 0 Yasmani Grandal % 7 1 CATCHER ERA: Ellis 3.08, Barnes 6.32, Grandal 3.87 OUTFIELD ASSISTS: Puig (6), Kendrick (4), Hernandez (4), Thompson (2), Pederson (2), Reddick (1) PITCHER PICKOFFS: Urias (4), Wood (2), Howell (1), Kazmir (1), Hatcher (1), Liberatore (1), McCarthy (1) HIGHS/LOWS DODGERS RECORD WHEN Dodgers Score First Opponent Scores First Lead After 6 Innings Trail After 6 Innings Lead After 7 Innings Trail After 7 Innings Lead After 8 Innings Trail After 8 Innings Tied After 7 Innings Tied After 8 Innings Scoring 3 or Less Scoring 4 or More Allowing 3 or Less Allowing 4 or More More Hits than Opponent Less Hits Than Opponent Equal Hits as Opponent Getting 10 or more hits One-Run Games Two-Run Games Extra Innings Shutouts vs. American League With Designated Hitter Comeback Wins Wins in Last At Bats Crowds over 50, Doubleheaders... First-Half Record Second-Half Record First Game of Series Last Game of the Series Series (W-L-T) Series Sweeps (LA-Opp) Dodgers Homer Dodgers hit 2+ homers Playing Errorless Pitcher Makes Quality Start After an off day Times batted around in inning... 7 STARTING LINEUPS BY POSITION (Dodgers record when he starts) C Grandal (43-32), Ellis (23-18), Barnes (1-2) 1B Gonzalez (63-45), Grandal (0-2), Kendrick (2-3), Van Slyke (2-2) 2B Utley (51-36), Hernandez (1-2), Kendrick (12-9), Barnes (1-1), Taylor (2-3) 3B Turner (58-43), Hernandez (0-1), Kendrick (6-4), Culberson (1-1), Taylor (1-1), Segedin (1-2) SS Seager (61-48), Culberson (3-3), Hernandez (0-1), Taylor (3-0) LF Kendrick (31-24), Crawford (8-10), Van Slyke (4-5), Thompson (8-5), Hernandez (12-9), Venable (1-0), Segedin (2-0) CF Pederson (47-36), Thompson (13-13), Toles (2-1), Van Slyke (1-0), Puig (0-2), Hernandez (3-0) RF Puig (38-29), Thompson (15-7), Hernandez (0-1), Van Slyke (1-7), Venable (1-1), Walters (0-1), Toles (5-1), Reddick (8-4) P Kershaw (14-2), Kazmir (12-11), Maeda (15-9), Wood (3-7), Stripling (6-5), Bolsinger (2-4), Urias (7-3), Tepesch (0-1), Stewart (0-2), Norris (4-2), McCarthy (4-4), Ryu (0-1), Anderson (0-1) DH Hernandez (1-0), Turner (0-1), Kendrick (0-1), Crawford (1-2), Gonzalez (1-0) BY BATTING ORDER (Dodgers record when in that spot) 1 Utley (51-37), Hernandez (7-9), Puig (1-0), Kendrick (7-5), Turner (0-1), Pederson (1-0) 2 Seager (53-38), Puig (4-3), Kendrick (3-2), Hernandez (1-0), Turner (4-6), Taylor (0-1), Reddick (1-2) 3 Turner (50-32), Puig (2-2), Gonzalez (8-6), Kendrick (1-2), Seager (4-7), Thompson (2-3) 4 Gonzalez (50-33), Turner (4-5), Kendrick (3-5), Pederson (3-0), Grandal (0-1), Thompson (1-2), Puig (1-0), Van Slyke (1-3), Reddick (5-3) 5 Puig (14-12), Van Slyke (1-3), Kendrick (13-9), Seager (1-1), Grandal (7-9), Thompson (19-7), Pederson (3-5), Gonzalez (6-6), Taylor (1-0), Hernandez (2-0) 6 Crawford (3-1), Pederson (20-15), Thompson (8-9), Grandal (16-12), Hernandez (2-4), Kendrick (8-5), Puig (4-4), Seager (1-0), Van Slyke (2-0), Taylor (0-2), Reddick (2-0) 7 Pederson (12-6), Hernandez (1-1), Van Slyke (3-5), Ellis (6-6), Thompson (4-2), Seager (1-1), Kendrick (13-9), Crawford (0-4), Grandal (11-10), Puig (10-7), Toles (5-1), Segedin (1-0) 8 Ellis (16-12), Barnes (2-3), Culberson (3-3), Pederson (9-10), Thompson (1-2), Seager (0-1), Crawford (6-4), Hernandez (4-0), Puig (1-3), Grandal (9-2), Kendrick (4-3), Van Slyke (1-3), Venable (2-1), Taylor (5-1), Toles (2-1), Walters (0-1), Segedin (2-2) 9 Kershaw (13-2), Kazmir (12-11), Maeda (15-8), Wood (3-6), Stripling (4-4), Culberson (1-1), Crawford (0-3), Ellis (1-0), Thompson (1-0), Bolsinger (2-3), Urias (7-3), Tepesch (0-1), Stewart (0-2), Norris (4-2), McCarthy (4-4), Ryu (0-1), Anderson (0-1) NUMBER OF LINEUPS USED: 90 DODGERS BIG INNINGS (FIVE OR MORE) Date Opponent Inning Runs Final Score 6 th 5 W, st 5 L, 9-6 4/14 ARI 7 th 5 W, th 5 W, /18 MIL 3 rd 6 W, th 5 W, st 6 W, 9-6 7/29 ARI 7 th 5 W, 9-7 8/9 PHI 1 st 5 W, th 8 W, 15-5 OPPONENTS BIG INNINGS (FIVE OR MORE) Date Opponent Inning Runs Final Score 8 th 5 L, th 5 W, /26 MIA 6 th 5 L, th 5 L, th 5 L, nd 5 L, 0-7 7/29 ARI 7 th 7 W, st 5 L, /6 BOS 8 th 5 L, 0-9 8/14 PIT 1 st 5 L, 3-11 DODGER EJECTIONS Date Umpire Player/Coach Reason 4/8 Jeff Kellogg Dave Roberts Arguing balls and strikes 6/12 Mike Muchlinski Justin Turner Arguing balls and strikes 6/29 Dan Bellino Adrian Arguing balls and strikes Gonzalez 7/7 Pat Hoberg Dave Roberts Arguing balls and strikes WALK-OFF VICTORIES Date Opp. Score Play 5/10 NYM 3-2 Thompson pinch-hit solo home run off Robles 6/7 COL 4-3 Thompson pinch-hit solo home run off Estevez 6/17 MIL 3-2 Turner RBI single off Jeffress 6/19 MIL 2-1 Grandal drew bases-loaded walk off Thornburg 6/22 WSH 4-3 Puig scored on single off Kelley and E8 by Michael Taylor REPLAY CHALLENGE RECORD: 12 (Overturned) 14 (Stands/Confirmed)

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