Virginia baseball alum Chris Taylor had a huge night for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday, recording a four-hit night.
But he saved the biggest for last, ripping a walk-off single to left with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth to lift the Dodgers to a 5-4 win against Arizona.
MOMENT AFTER MOMENT.
MEMORY AFTER MEMORY.
THE #DODGERS HAVE DONE IT AGAIN.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) July 7, 2017
Taylor’s single completed four-run bottom of the ninth, as the Dodgers came back to defeat the Diamondbacks in a big NL West matchup.
Taylor is hitting .295 this season in 69 games for the Dodgers. He’s in his fourth MLB season, his second with the Dodgers after playing the first two-and-a-half in Seattle.
The Virginia Beach, Va., native played at Virginia from 2010-12 before being selected by the Mariners in the fifth round in the 2012 MLB Draft.