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Despite coming home down 0-2 in the NL championship series, the Los Angeles Dodgers believed they easily could have taken the first two games in St. Louis with some clutch hitting.
They finally came through with some big hits to cut their deficit in half, and now aim to even their best-of-seven series with the Cardinals in Tuesday's Game 4.
Los Angeles got a huge lift before Monday's Game 3 with the news that Hanley Ramirez would start. Batting third in the lineup, Ramirez, who sat out Game 2 after being hit by a pitch in the ribs in the opener, singled in his first at-bat and drove in the final run with a hit in the eighth inning in the Dodgers' 3-0 win.
"What can I say? It couldn't be better," Ramirez said. "Really happy we got the first win. Just come back (Tuesday) and even up the series."
Ramirez, who wore a lightweight flak jacket to protect his ribs, is batting .455 with seven RBIs in the playoffs.
Andre Ethier also returned after bein...
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St. Louis Cardinals ‘ All-Star right fielder Carlos Beltran did not like Yasiel Puig’s high-spirited celebrations during Game 3 of the National League Championship Series. After hitting a long drive into right field in the fourth inning, Puig raised his arms in the batter’s box to watch the flight of the ball, clearly thinking it was going to be a home run. But once he relaized...
Los Angeles Dodgers dancing diva Yasiel Puig prematurely pimped a blast he anticipated was leaving the yard for his first knock of the National League Championship series. Puig still managed to fist pump his way to a triple after the ball cairned off the outfield wall. Puig is definitely walking a fine line between swagger and stupidity.
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Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig stole the show in his team’s Game 3 NLCS win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night. He deserved the spotlight after delivering an RBI triple to give LA a 2-0 lead in the 4th inning, but it was his reaction to the hit that set the internet […]
Yasiel Puig smacked what he thought was a home run in the fourth inning of NLCS Game 3 and celebrated accordingly, executing an epic bat flip as he raised his arms in elation. But his missile never ended up clearing the outfield wall, forcing him to turn on the jets and earn his total bases the hard way. Thanks to his supreme talent and skill set, Puig was amazingly still able to...
Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainright pitched well against the Dodgers in Game Three (7 innings, 6 hits, 2 runs, 5 Ks), but in a series that has been as close as this one has been 'good' is not good enough. Hyun-Jin Ryu went 7 innings for the Dodgers, but was much stingier allowing just three hits and no runs.
Tack on an RBI double by Adrian Gonzalez, triple by Yasiel Puig...
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ could have used their “Rally Bear” last night as they lost to the St. Louis Cardinals by the score of 4-2. However their official unofficial mascot was kicked out of Dodgers Stadium after his spirited appearance during Monday’s 3-0 win.
On Tuesday the identity of this super mascot was revealed and his name is Mark Monninger. The man behind the bear...
In a matchup sparse on offense, the Los Angeles Dodgers managed just enough to pull themselves back into the NL championship series.
They snapped a stretch of 22 innings without a run scored in the fourth inning Monday night, and went on to beat Adam Wainwright and the St. Louis Cardinals 3-0 in Game 3.
Runs have come at a trickle through the first three games, with the nine combined...
On October 15, 1988, Game One of the World Series was played at Dodger Stadium between the Dodgers and the Oakland Athletics. Kirk Gibson was an unlikely hero that night, and here’s a quick rundown on why. The A’s had nearly a week to rest after sweeping the Red Sox while it took the Dodgers seven full games (including a complete seventh game from pitcher Orel Hershiser) to get...
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Go Blue! These Boys showed up to play tonight!
Ryu! He got the best of Waino and the Cards pitching a 3 hit shutout. He was mixing it up out there throw a 94 MPH fastball with a 81 MPH change to follow. If we did not have such a strong pen with B. Weezy and Jansen, he could have gone the distance - but why waste...
Your browser does not support iframes. Adam Wainwright may not have noticed some of Yasiel Puig’s antics after the Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder hit an RBI triple in the bottom of the fourth inning of Game 3 of the NLCS on Monday, but he did notice Adrian Gonzalez’s hyped reaction to an RBI double. Gonzalez […]
The dancing bear appears to be getting mixed reviews over on the FB page... While I do no think the Dodgers should ever have a mascot, I did enjoy the Bear's antics.
It was fun and lighthearted. Full of emotion. It was organic and just came naturally to the man behind the bear.
Just like the emotion that ALL our Dodgers play with. And last night, specifically...
National League Championship Series – Game 3St. Louis at Los Angeles7:07 ET TBSHyun-Jin Ryu (14-8, 3.00) vs. Adam Wainwright (19-9, 2.94)This...
X-rays on Hanley Ramirez's sore ribs came back negative - which in terms of x-rays, is positive. There does not appear to be any fractures... And even if there was, Hanley says he would fight through it.
Hanley Ramirez said that even if he has a fractured rib, he will play tomorrow if he can bear the pain.
— Dylan Hernandez (@dylanohernandez) October 13, 2013
There were two games yesterday, and the results of both were pretty telling. The Red Sox beat the Tigers 1-0, but Justin Verlander made just one mistake on the hill for Detroit. The Cardinals beat the Dodgers 4-2, and Ricky Nolasco really had just one bad inning. But hey, when your opponent isn't making mistakes, or is getting out of tough innings, one mistake or one bad inning...