2018 NLCS: Dodgers vs Brewers
All news, notes and game results regarding the 2018 National League Championship Series.
The Dodgers and Brewers play one last game this season. The winner moves on to Boston for the World Series. The Dodgers give the ball to rookie Walker Buehler with the season on the line.
The Dodgers and Brewers will square off one final time on Saturday, with the winner heading to the World Series.
Needing only one win to head back to the World Series, the Dodgers will send Hyun-Jin Ryu to the mound in game 6.
The Dodgers got the win on Tuesday night in Game 4, but the talk afterwards was centered around Manny Machado and what the Brewers described as a "dirty play."
The Dodgers are switching things up a little with their lineup for Game 4. Brian Dozier will get his first start in the postseason for the Dodgers, batting fifth and playing second. As expected, Austin Barnes is behind the plate.
It was a tough night all around for the Dodgers offense, as they went 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position. They dropped Game 3 to fall behind the Brewers 2-1 in the series.
Trailing 6-1, the Dodgers rallied for four runs in the final two innings. Though they committed four errors and lost, LA had a lot of positives to take away, as they gained momentum heading into Game 2.
The Dodgers early mistakes and inability to get out of innings, led to a wild loss to the Brewers in the opening act of the NLCS.