At some point after -- or maybe even slightly before -- Wilmer Flores stepped on first base to retire Matt Beaty for the final out of the top of the ninth inning, the door to the Los Angeles Dodgers' bullpen flew open and here he came, this raging man hell-bent on doing something he'd never done before: save a baseball game. "Flores touched first base, and it felt like Scherz was halfway to the mound," Dodgers right fielder Mookie Betts said afterward.