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6 months agoColorado Rockies relief pitcher Scott Oberg was supposed to be the key to ending the historic run of walk-off home runs by Dodgers rookies, but instead, he simply added his name to the record books. After two straight nights of walk-offs when other relievers were in, the solution was obvious. Send out Oberg, the team's best reliever. It wasn't meant to be though. Oberg pitched the ninth inning on Sunday in a tied game, and he too fell victim to a Dodgers rookie. This time, rookie catcher Will Smith lofted a drive out past the right-center wall with two runners on to finish off Colorado. Oberg has been the team's most effective reliever all season, so this is likely just a hiccough, but it's an infamous one now since no team had ever allowed walk-off home runs to rookies in back-to-back games before this weekend. Three in a row will certainly be hard to beat.--Billy Stonick - RotoBaller

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