|J. De Leon||0.1||0||0||0||0||0||4-2||10.80||4|
- Houston, Texas 77299
|5th||G Soto hit a ground rule double to deep center, A Rios scored, J Baker to third.||1||0|
|6th||A Rios doubled to right, E Andrus scored, A Beltre to third.||2||0|
|9th||J Profar singled to right, A Rios and J Baker scored, C Gentry to third, C Gentry scored, J Profar to third on throwing error by right fielder L Hoes.||5||0|
|9th||L Martin singled to shallow left, J Profar scored.||6||0|
|9th||C Carter homered to left (417 feet).||6||1|
Christian Yelich says Manny Machado has always been a dirty player and kicking Jesus Aguilar didn't look like an accident.
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw 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.
Charlie Morton spent nine years as a back-of-the rotation starter with a mediocre record. All it took to turn him into an All-Star was a total reconfiguration of his identity as a pitcher.