Dodgers Break Franchise Record For Homers In A Month

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A record-breaking night, with a loss.

Justin Turner hit a home run for the books in the bottom of the ninth inning. However, the Dodgers still managed to lose to the Colorado Rockies on Friday night.

Dodgers set a record for the most home runs in any given month in franchise history when Justin Turner hit a solo with one out left in the game.

“The way we slugged is unprecedented,” said Dodgers’ manager Dave Roberts of the record. “It’s a credit to the guys and it’s nice to see JT [Justin Turner] get this whole thing going and cap it off with that record homer.”

The Dodgers dropped to 5-2 against the Rockies on the season.