Filed under: Stream NLDS Game 4: Dodgers 6, Nationals 5 Contributors: Eric Stephen Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: NLDS Game 4: Dodgers 6, Nationals 5 Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Clayton Kershaw was great on short rest but a three-run lead was blown in the seventh. The Dodgers came back themselves, scoring in the eighth inning to win Game 4 on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium, forcing a Game 5. 10 Total Updates Since Oct 5, 2016, 6:00am PDT Follow this stream October 12, 2016 And then there were 5 By Eric Stephen@ericstephen A look back at Game 4 of the NLDS, including Andre Ethier coming through with a pinch hit in the winning rally, and a look at what’s next for the Dodgers should they win. October 11, 2016 Game 5 ‘a collection of arms’ for Dodgers By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The Dodgers will have both Rich Hill and Julio Urias at the ready for Game 5 of the NLDS on Thursday in Washington D.C., in what will likely be a scramble day for the pitching staff. October 11, 2016 Dodgers stay alive to force Game 5 By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The Dodgers blew a three-run lead but still managed to beat the Nationals in Game 4 of the NLDS on Tuesday, forcing a winner-take-all game on Thursday in Washington. October 11, 2016 NLDS Game 4 chat By Eric Stephen@ericstephen October 11, 2016 NLDS Game 4 chat By Eric Stephen@ericstephen October 11, 2016 Inside the decision to start Kershaw in Game 4 By Eric Stephen@ericstephen ‘All hands on deck’ available in bullpen October 11, 2016 Will offense back Kershaw in Game 4? By Eric Stephen@ericstephen Clayton Kershaw starts Game 4 of the NLDS for the Dodgers, but it might not matter if the offense continues to struggle. October 10, 2016 The decision surrounding Game 4 starter By Eric Stephen@ericstephen So many questions heading into Tuesday. October 8, 2016 Rainout opens door for Urias in Game 4 By Eric Stephen@ericstephen Saturday’s postponement of Game 2 of the NLDS pretty much locks in Julio Urias to start Game 4 of the NLDS against the Nationals, if necessary. October 5, 2016 Dodgers weighing potential Game 4 options By Eric Stephen@ericstephen Clayton Kershaw has started in Game 4 of the NLDS on shorts rest for three consecutive seasons. Should the Dodgers get that far with the Nationals, it is something they would consider again.