Brewers vs. Dodgers - Game Recap

Doug Mendoza
October 18, 2018

Cody Bellinger helped the Dodgers tie the NLCS with a walk-off single in extra innings in Game 4 against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Wade Miley will also make his second start of the NLCS after throwing 5.2 scoreless innings in Game 2.

The series continues on Friday in Milwaukee; if the Dodgers prevail, they will be headed to their second consecutive World Series.

Clayton Kershaw put his previous flop behind him and pushed the Los Angeles Dodgers forward - one victory from a return trip to the World Series.

Miley is a lefty, as is Bellinger, but most of Los Angeles' starting lineup was composed of right-handed hitters.

Overall he surrendered one earned run on three hits with two walks and nine strikeouts to rebound from his lackluster performance in Game 1, in which he was the losing pitcher.

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, third baseman Justin Turner and catcher Austin Barnes were going to the media conference room.

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Both benches cleared after Machado clipped the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out his groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4. Urias was the eighth and last Los Angeles reliever to enter the game. Yasiel Puig singled to centre with two outs, bringing home Manny Machado after he was hit by a pitch from Corbin Burnes.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, the Dodgers struck again.

The team that hit a franchise and NL-leading 235 home runs in the regular season did it playing small ball instead, driving in all but one of its runs on singles. The Brewers were up only 1-0 at the time, but there have been moments in this series where that has seemed like an insurmountable deficit for the Dodgers. Even in their only other loss during this 15-game stretch, the Brewers scored three runs in Game 2 of the NLCS. "I think good players will get good offence going, and we're going to need it, and I expect it to happen".

Kershaw was well-rested and masterful in allowing one run and three hits over seven. He then gave way to Ryan Madson, who allowed back-to-back two-out doubles, with Curtis Granderson's driving in a run. "Doesn't really matter how you get here, but thankful that we are here now for sure".

Domingo Santana later tied the score for the Brewers with an RBI double in the top of the fifth frame.

"You could see the same look that you always see", Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts said of Kershaw, who went seven innings after pitching just three in a Game 1 loss.

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