Dodgers beat Brewers to seal historic 106 win

The Dodgers finished second in the Western Division.

Tarea Turner hit his second grand slam in less than 48 hours to easily close the batting title of the National League, and the Los Angeles Dodgers they beat the Milwaukee Brewers 10-3 on Sunday for their 106th win only to finish as the biggest league winners.

The Dodger League West Division title streak ended with them a game behind the San Francisco Giants, who beat San Diego 11-4 for their 107th victory. The Dodgers host St. Louis in the National League wild card game on Wednesday, with the winner playing the Giants in the National League Division Series.

Turner hit .328, Way ahead of his former Washington teammate Juan Soto, who went 0-for-3 on Sunday to finish at .313. Turner went 1-for-3 with four RBIs and extended his streak of hits to 19 games while defending National League MVP honors.

Turner also led the league in hits (195), stolen bases. (32) and total bases (319). He joined the Dodgers on July 30 trade deadline from Washington, along with All-Star pitcher Max Scherzer, a strong contender for the National League Cy Young Award.

The Dodgers (106-56) tied a franchise record for wins established two years ago. They won their franchise record for the 15th straight at home.

Walker Buehler (16-4) allowed one run and three hits in five innings of his 33rd start, the best of his career. He struck out 11 of the season with a high draw, including six of his first eight hitters, and he walked. His victories are a personal record.

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