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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

It looks like Gio Gonzalez might have twisted his ankle and he's being taken out in the second inning. He was yelling into his glove before limping off the mound.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Yasiel Puig opened the Dodgers half of the second with a comebacker that Gio Gonzalez couldn't get to for an infield single. Gonzalez appeared to roll his ankle on the play and was soon removed from the game after initially trying to pitch through it.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

A night after his comments calling out Dodgers fans for their energy during NLCS Game 3, Enrique Hernandez changed his walk-up song to 'Sorry' by Justin Bieber for his first at-bat of Game 4 and was greeted with a loud ovation from the crowd.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

According to Statcast, Rich Hill threw a fastball at 92.7 MPH in the first inning -- his fastest pitch of the season. Perhaps he's energized by a Dodger Stadium gathering that is notably more amped up than it was last night.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Kike Hernandez comes up to "Sorry" by Justin Bieber and the Dodger Stadium crowd gives him a loud ovation and chants his name.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Brian Dozier, of all people, snaps an 0-for-11 rut with runners in scoring position since the start of Game 3. His two-out single in the first — his 6th hit in 52 at-bats since the start of September — gives the Dodgers a 1-0 lead.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

The Dodgers bats are finally alive and Dodger Stadium is rocking after Brian Dozier's first-inning single has given L.A. the first lead of NLCS Game 4.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Whether Enrique Hernandez's postgame comments have anything to do with firing up the crowd is uncertain, but there is a noticeably louder and more energized vibe at Dodger Stadium early in NLCS Game 4.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

History isn't on the Astros' side. Teams that win the third game in a best-of-seven series after splitting the first two - like the Red Sox did on Tuesday with an 8-2 rout - go on to win 69 percent of the time. The defending champs are slated to send Charlie Morton, who's thrown just 58 pitches in the last month, to the hill in Game 4.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Game 5 of the NLCS starts at 2 p.m on Wednesday in L.A. and with No. 22 Clayton Kershaw on the mound at Dodger Stadium for perhaps the last time, the Dodgers are selling tickets for $22.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Roberto Osuna absolutely imploded in the top of the eighth. Houston's closer hit two batters and allowed three hits, including a grand slam by Jackie Bradley, Jr. The salami made it 8-2 Red Sox, and completely silenced the raucous Astros crowd - well, except for a smattering of boos that rained down on Osuna as he exited the game.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Clayton Kershaw: "No disrespect to 1988, we hear about that a lot. And I've said it before, but we are sick of it. And it's up to us to do something about it, obviously. We need to create some of our own history."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Another beautiful day at Dodger Stadium where it's expected to be 79 degrees for the first pitch at 6:09 p.m. PT.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Dodgers will need these to come back to life tonight if they hope to even up the NLCS.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The program for the 2018 NLCS.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

After throwing 26 pitches in the first inning, Nathan Eovaldi has used 66 pitches to get through the next five innings -- an average of 13.2 per inning. He's gone deep enough to allow Alex Cora to bridge the gap from his starter to his top tier of relievers.