CF - LAD - DFA
DJ Peters went 1-for-3 with two strikeouts, but managed to hit his first career home run on Thursday against the opposing San Francisco Giants.
Peters has been a steady replacement for the Dodgers who had outfielders Cody Bellinger and Mookie Betts go down with injury. But with Betts back and Bellinger set to return this weekend, Peters time in the majors may be drawing to a close, at the very least for now. Peters hit .200 with an OPS of .794 during his 17 games and will look to continue improving in an everyday role in Triple-A.