- Oakland, California 94666
|1st||Ja Giambi singled to right, A Soriano scored, D Jeter to second.||1||0|
|2nd||B Williams singled to right, R White scored, J Vander Wal to second.||2||0|
|2nd||D Jeter homered to left center, J Vander Wal and B Williams scored.||5||0|
|3rd||Je Giambi grounded out to first, R Hernandez scored, C Pena to third.||5||1|
|4th||M Tejada homered to left center, D Justice scored.||5||3|
|6th||T Long singled to left, D Justice scored, E Chavez to second.||5||4|
|6th||Je Giambi walked, T Long scored, R Hernandez to third, C Pena to second.||5||5|
|7th||Ja Giambi doubled to right, D Jeter and B Williams scored.||7||5|
|8th||A Soriano doubled to right, G Williams scored, N Johnson to third.||8||5|
The Dodgers' ace takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers' outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
"He's a player that has a history of those types of incidents," Brewers star Christian Yelich said of the Dodgers' Manny Machado.
Starting pitching figures to be at a premium perhaps more than ever Wednesday when the Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers meet for what figures to be a bleary-eyed Game 5 of the National League Championship Series.
Many Machado reiterates that "what happens on the field, stays on the field" in reaction to the feud with Jesus Aguilar.
Like staff mate Dallas Keuchel but to an even greater extent, Houston right-hander Charlie Morton has been more observer than participant in recent weeks because of the Astros' success combined with off days that are part of the annual postseason...