Later tonight, Walker Buehler will make his second career World Series start. It’ll be pretty tough to top his first one, as it was one of the more memorable pitching performances in recent postseason memory for the Dodgers.
His first and only World Series start came back in 2018 in Game 3 against the Red Sox. That was the night the entire world was introduced to the young flamethrower for LA. Buehler threw seven scoreless innings and allowed only two hits. He also struck out seven and issued zero walks.
Before he makes his second career start tonight, take a trip down memory lane.
- Look out Mike Trout — Mookie Betts is now the best player in baseball
- Andrew Friedman faces ‘the monster he created’ in the Rays
- Dustin May or Tony Gonsolin? Dodgers need to figure out which rookie to start
- Walker Buehler’s unshakable confidence comes from repeated tests at Vanderbilt
- The Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) will continue their commitment to the local community with events and activations in celebration of the World Series.
- Mookie Betts’ Nashville upbringing steadied by constant caring from both parents
- Brothers show their Dodgers spirit spray painting team logos on lawns across Southern California