After a grueling five game series against the San Francisco Giants, and all the celebrations that happened afterwards, the Los Angeles Dodgers flew across the country to Atlanta to take on the Braves in Game 1 of the NLCS.Continue reading “Dodgers Look to Even NLCS Against Braves”
With a record of 33-23, the Los Angeles Dodgers will visit the Atlanta Braves in a weekend three-game series for the first time since last year’s NLCS.Continue reading “Dodgers and Braves Meet for First Time Since 2020 NLCS”
The Los Angeles Dodgers are going to the World Series.
It was a classic pitching matchup of two really good pitching staffs. But, in the end, the Atlanta Braves broke it open, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in Game 1 of the 2020 NLCS.
Seven straight National League West titles and two NL pennants. Those credentials alone are enough to show how much the Dodgers have dominated the senior circuit over the last seven seasons.
Powered behind a four-run first inning, the Brewers took care of business on Friday evening, defeating the Dodgers, 7-2, while forcing a decisive Game 7 on Saturday evening at Miller Park.
Somehow, the Dodgers find themselves one win away from a return to the World Series.
The Los Angeles Dodgers won a crucial Game 5 in their last home game of this NLCS, defeating the Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 to take a 3-2 lead in the series.
Three innings after making perhaps the most spectacular defensive play of the entire playoffs, Cody Bellinger delivered a single that plated Manny Machado, sealing a 2-1 victory for the Dodgers and tying the NLCS at two games apiece.