2019 Senior League Division Championship Game 4: Dodgers at Nats

The Nats are another team that are facing the lonely drive frome the empty Locker Room tonight. They’ve done much better against the Dodgers than I expected actually.

  • Bottom 1– Walk. 2 RBI HR. Nats 2 – 0.
  • Top 5– Solo Shot. Nats 2 – 1.
  • Top 6– Single. Single. 2 RBI Double. Walk. 2 RBI Double. Walk. 3 RBI HR. Dodgers 8 – 2.
  • Bottom 6– Walk. Walk. Single. RBI Wild Pitch. Walk. RBI Sacrifice. Dodgers 8 – 4.
  • Top 9– Single. 2 RBI HR. Dodgers 10 – 4 Final Dodgers lead Series 2 – 1.

Ugh.

Well, the Yankees can beat them (it would be Classic) and I’m sure I’ll have plenty of time to tell you precisely why I hate the Dodgers more than any other team in Baseball.

Max Scherzer (R, 11 – 7, 2.92 ERA) who pitched 5 in the Wild Card and 1 in Game 1 is miraculously available again!

Ok I’m given to understand it went something like this- Scherzer had been scheduled but S├ínchez (who I told you was just floating around) got the start with Corbin (their 4th Starter) in Relief.

Corbin didn’t work out at all.

Anyway the Nats send Max. In his 7 Playoff years (including this season where he pitched 5 Innings in the Wild Card and 1 in Game 1) he has appeared in 18 games with a record of 4 – 5. Over 88 Innings pitched he has allowed 40 Runs and 10 Home Runs with 34 Walks and 109 Ks for an ERA of 3.78. He throws Heat, but not as many as some, with Sliders and Changeups as his off pitches.

The Dodgers send Rich Hill (L, 4 – 1, 2.45 ERA) for the finish. A 4 year Playoff Veteran he’s appeared in 12 games with a record of 1 – 2. In 50.1 Innings pitched he’s allowed 17 Runs and 5 HR with 28 Walks and 63 Ks for an ERA of 3.04. He throws Fastballs and Curves.

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