Los Angeles Dodgers stud rookie Cody Bellinger absolutely owned the fifth inning in Monday’s Game 3 of the NLDS vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks.
In the top half of the inning, Bellinger went the other way for a towering home run, putting his team up 2-0.
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One-half inning later, Bellinger used his long arms to reach into the dugout and retire Arizona catcher Jeff Mathis, tumbling in afterwards.
Cody Bellinger with the spectacular grab! pic.twitter.com/7Xgj7TMxyD
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Bellinger had had a relatively quiet series to that point. But he certainly put his stamp on not only the fifth inning, but also the game and series.