A remarkably accurate representation of what it’s like to be a loyal @Dodgers fan during the postseason. pic.twitter.com/OveglQOhDF
— SCOTT WARNER (@ScottWarner18) October 18, 2018
Dodgers at Brewers, 5:39 PM PDT, TV: FS1
The Dodgers send Game Two starter Hyun-Jin Ryu to the mound in Milwaukee to face the Brewers’ Wade Miley. Presumably Miley’s not exhausted from his appearance in Game Five. Ryu went 4 1/3 innings in his start last Saturday and gave up two runs on six hits in a game the Dodgers won 4-3. Miley started that game and pitched 5 2/3 innings of two-hit scoreless baseball.
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Today in Dodgers’ history:
- 1981 The first Canadian pennant hopes are dashed when Dodger Rick Monday’s ninth inning two-out dramatic home run beats the Expos, 2-1, in the deciding game of the NLCS. It will be the first and last time in franchise history the team makes it into the postseason until 2012, when the Washington Nationals, the team’s new name and home for the past seven seasons, finishes first in the National League East Division.
- 1993 The Dodgers trade future Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez to the Expos for second baseman Delino DeShields, who will hit .241 during his three seasons with Los Angeles. The 21 year-old Dominican right-hander will win 55 of 88 decisions in his four-year tenure with Montreal before being dealt to Boston prior to the 1998 campaign.
Today in Brewers’ history:
- 1982 The Cardinals crush the Brewers 13-1 in Game Six of the World Series behind home runs from Darrell Porter and Keith Hernandez off Don Sutton and a complete game 4-hitter by John Stuper.
Lineups when available.
Tonight's GM. 6 Dodger lineup at Brewers:
Ryu P#Dodgers | #NLCS pic.twitter.com/7cPJYtPpsM
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 19, 2018
.@travis_shaw21 and the rest of this #Brewers lineup return to Miller Park tonight for game 6 of the NLCS. #OurCrewOurOctober pic.twitter.com/9JC9FiVXPL
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) October 19, 2018