The Mexican pitcher Julio Urías was in charge of opening the game, but retired for the second time this season; this after having pitched 6 innings and allowing 3 runs.
Urías consummated his 15th start of the season, throwing 104 pitches (with 75 strikes) which represented the most of his career.
Additionally, this was the eighth time this season that he had allowed at least one run in the first inning.
The game went uphill for the Dodgers and reliever Brusdar Graterol took the three Toronto players out of the picture to bring the locals back to life at Dodger Stadium.
After being behind 7-3, the Dodgers knew how to recover from their mistakes and forced extra innings; because they consumed four runs in the ninth inning.
Chris Taylor, at the end of the scream, was the one who was in charge of putting equality on the board, after connecting a two-run single when the bases were full in a pitch from the Dominican player Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
For his part, James Outman dressed as a hero already in the extra innings, commanding the victory of the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-7 over the Toronto Blue Jays; he drove in Chris Taylor on the pitch that he connected to right.