The Los Angeles Dodgers unleashed yet another weapon to continue their winning streak.
The vaunted wild pitch.
The Dodgers made some history Sunday, albeit with a great assist from the Colorado Rockies, scoring a record five runs in the final two innings on four wild pitches by Adam Ottavino.
Add the almost requisite home-run production from rookie sensation Cody Bellinger — this time he had two — and the Dodgers had a 12-6 comeback win over the Rockies for their 10th consecutive victory.
"That was a long, crazy game," said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts.
The game went four hours and 19 minutes, making it the longest nine-inning game since Dodger...