Stat of the Day: LA has Colorado's number

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MLB.com is keeping track of a Stat of the Day for the Dodgers this season, highlighting a unique, interesting or fun nugget from each game.

April 13: Dodgers 7, Rockies 0 -- LA has Colorado's number
After riding four home runs and a Trevor Bauer gem to victory in the series opener, the Dodgers are 11-4 against the Rockies during the last two seasons and 93-56 against Colorado since 2013. Overall, Los Angeles is 344-234 against the National League West during the last nine seasons.

April 11: Dodgers 3, Nationals 0 -- Win No. 177 adds Kershaw to select group of pitchers
With a win on Sunday, Kershaw joined an elite group of pitchers who are 100 or more games over .500 in their careers. Kershaw improved to 177-77 in his career. He became the ninth pitcher to join the exclusive club, joining Pedro Martinez (219-100), Roger Clemens (354-184), Randy Johnson (303-166), Jim Palmer (268-152), Mike Mussina (270-153), Greg Maddux (355-227) and Tom Glavine (305-203).

April 10: Dodgers 9, Nationals 5 -- Turner's on-base streak
Justin Turner reached base safely twice in the Dodgers’ win over the Nationals on Saturday. With his performance, the third baseman extended his on-base streak to 39 games. That ties him with Jeff Kent, Steve Sax and Billy Grabarkewitz for the fourth-longest on-base streak in franchise history.

April 9: Dodgers 1, Nationals 0 -- Buehler's feat
Walker Buehler completed six or more scoreless innings for the 14th time in his career, which is tied for the fourth most in the Majors since 2018. The rest of the list: Jacob deGrom (16), Hyun Jin Ryu (16), Zack Greinke (15) and Jon Lester (14).

April 7: A's 4, Dodgers 3 -- First-inning plate discipline
The Dodgers are among the most disciplined hitters in the game. Just ask opposing pitchers in the first inning.

Opposing pitchers are throwing an average of 24 pitches against the Dodgers in the first inning this season. On Wednesday, the Dodgers forced Oakland starter Jesús Luzardo to throw 35 pitches in the first inning.

April 6: Dodgers 5, A's 1 -- Kershaw passes Don Sutton in total strikeouts
With eight strikeouts in Tuesday's win over the A's, Clayton Kershaw passed Don Sutton for most strikeouts -- regular season and postseason combined -- by a Dodgers pitcher, with 2,743. Sutton, whose previous record was 2,739, is still the franchise's all-time regular-season strikeout leader with 2,696. Kershaw has 2,536 strikeouts in the regular season, and an MLB-record 207 in the postseason.

April 5: Dodgers 10, A's 3 -- As the Baylor Bears go, so goes Muncy
Max Muncy recorded three hits and scored a pair of runs in the Dodgers' 10-3 win against the A's. Muncy attended Baylor University, becoming the first player in Major League history to record three or more hits the same night his alma mater wins the men's basketball Division 1 National Championship.

April 4: Dodgers 4, Rockies 2 -- Urías dominates at Coors
Julio Urías became the seventh Dodgers pitcher to toss seven-plus innings and allow three or fewer hits in a start at Coors Field. The last one to accomplish the feat was Clayton Kershaw on July 4, 2014. The other five to accomplish it were: Chad Billingsley, Greg Maddux, Chan Ho Park, Kevin Brown and Hideo Nomo.

April 3: Dodgers 6, Rockies 5 -- A rare career first
Zach McKinstry, who hit an inside-the-park home run in the eighth inning on Saturday, became the first Dodgers player to hit an inside-the-parker for his first career homer since Duke Snider on May 2, 1948. McKinstry also became the first Dodger to hit an inside-the-park homer since Chris Taylor on September 18, 2017.

April 2: Dodgers 11, Rockies 6 -- Liner after liner
The Dodgers wasted no time getting on the scoreboard and they did it with a relentless attack. Los Angeles had seven line drives in the first inning against the Rockies, the first time the Dodgers have accomplished that since April 22, 2011, against the Cubs. Five of the seven liners had an exit velocity of 92.0 mph or higher. (Source: Inside Edge)

April 1: Rockies 8, Dodgers 5 -- Trouble at Coors
After a rough Spring Training, Clayton Kershaw struggled in his first start of the regular season in the Dodgers' loss to the Rockies on Opening Day. Kershaw allowed 10 or more hits for just the eighth time in his career. Three of those eight have come at Coors Field.