Dodgers have diagnosed their big weakness: Dodgers fans

Dodgers have diagnosed their big weakness: Dodgers fans

Gonzalez pitched the first inning of Game 4 of the NLCS against the Dodgers before injuring his ankle going for a ground ball.

He says he hasn't made a decision.

The series stands 2-2 as it heads into Game 5 at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.

Fans on hand witnessed the Dodgers grab a 3-2 lead over the Brewers amid a stellar performance from Dodgers ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw, who shook off past playoff failures to deliver in the key game. He tweeted a lengthy statement on Tuesday, explaining that the Brewers took the Dodger crowd out of the game and that the Dodgers didn't give their fans reason to cheer.

Kershaw says he's grateful and that it's been a "great" run during his time in Los Angeles. He said he was "really frustrated" following a 4-0 loss to the Brewers on Monday night.

In a surprising turn of events, the Red Sox seem to be dominating the ALCS with a total of 25 runs in just four games.

Hernandez said that "last night felt off" and "was just a weird day overall".

Meanwhile, the Dodgers were shut out for the first time this postseason in Game 3. "You guys are the best fans in baseball". Austin Barnes is starting at catcher for the second straight game while Yasmani Grandal continues to struggle.

They have Justin Verlander and mostly reliable Dallas Keuchel, but Houston's relievers need to start showing up (we're looking at you, Roberto Osuna) if they want to prevent Boston's powerhouse players from doing major damage at the plate (we're looking at you, Jackie Bradley Jr.).

"They want us to play well, and they have every right to expect that from us", Roberts said.

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