Published: Wed, October 17, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Yasmani Grandal played himself out of NLCS Game 4

Yasmani Grandal played himself out of NLCS Game 4

"We had no energy, the stadium had no energy, the fans had no energy", Hernandez said. The stadium had no energy.

At the plate, the veteran catcher struck out three times, including once with the bases loaded in the ninth, and he left five runners on base. Grandal is already going to sit today per Dave Roberts last night but it still remains to be seen if Bellinger and Kiké will start.

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Machado grounded out for the second out of the inning and while running through the first base bag, he made contact with the back of Aguilar's foot. He's trying his best. Perhaps Chris Taylor or Brian Dozier could deliver the big knock the Dodgers need to even up the best of seven series.

"We're going to play Austin tomorrow".

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"If they think that they can do it, then go ahead, put on your gear and go catch 99 with breaking balls that have a lot of movement", Hernandez said. "Not just because of the fans, but because of how we were playing the game ..." "Overall, it was a pretty bad game for everybody that calls themselves Dodgers".

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.

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Back in Game 2, Machado failed to run out a grounder in what turned out to be a one-run game. "He's having a little bit of a rough patch, which we all - as humans, as baseball players - go through".

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