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2018 Schedule
92-71, 1st in NL West

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers will continue to start Austin Barnes behind the plate. "He's really catching well, he's having good at-bats," Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. "To still have Yasmani's bat off the bench is a plus with their bullpen. But I think right now, Austin makes sense."

6h

BBTN: Astros-Red Sox Classic, Dodgers Take Control, Snell

Before chatting with likely AL Cy Young winner Blake Snell (38:52), Buster & Keith Law discuss an epic Game 5 between the Red Sox & Astros, the Dodgers' ability to take control in the NLCS and more (2:10). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (34:04).

Kershaw notes effective curveball after 9-K performance (0:54)
20h

Justin Turner, Dodgers

Pedro Gomez chats with Justin Turner about Clayton Kershaw's performance and what got the Dodgers' offense going as they take a 3-2 lead in the NLCS

0:22

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

The Los Angeles Dodgers are one win away from advancing to the World Series for the 2nd consecutive year.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Craig Counsell said having Wade Miley face one batter today and then come back to start Game 6 in Milwaukee was the plan all along as long as the Brewers weren't down 3-1 in the series.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

For the second time in about 18 hours, the Dodgers are celebrating a win on the field at Dodger Stadium. This time it's a slightly more subdued celebration than after last night's 13th-inning walk-off winner as L.A. moves a win away from a World Series return with a 5-2 Game 5 victory.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers rode an effective Clayton Kershaw and some rare small ball to a 5-2 win that gave them a 3-2 edge in the NLCS. They'll head to Milwaukee one win away from their second straight trip to the World Series.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Powered by a vintage Clayton Kershaw performance and some timely hitting throughout the lineup, the Dodgers are heading to Milwaukee with a 3-2 NLCS lead after a 5-2 Game 5 victory at Dodger Stadium.

Kershaw makes Kratz look silly (0:18)
Dodgers double lead with 2-run 7th (0:58)
Kershaw strikes out 9 in win (0:39)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers have scored today on: a single past a drawn-in infield, a single to the opposite field, a single up the middle, and a slow grounder. Who are these guys?

Puig extends lead with RBI single (0:26)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Another gem by Clayton Kershaw, on a day when his Dodgers really needed it. 7 innings, 1 run, 3 hits, 2 walks, 9 strikeouts on 98 pitches. He has retired the last 13 hitters in order.

Muncy's RBI single puts Dodgers ahead (0:31)
Barnes ties it up with RBI single (0:25)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Max Muncy saw a pitch deep, stayed short, drove it the other way and brought in a run. What a concept. The Dodgers lead, 2-1, in the 6th, and Brandon Woodruff, today's actual starting pitcher, is done.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

On a team full of big-hitting stars, it was two of the little guys who combined to manufacture L.A.'s first run of NLCS Game 5 as Chris Taylor hustled out an infield single, advanced to second on an error on the throw, stole third and came home on Austin Barnes' single up the middle.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Austin Barnes, hitting in the shadows, slapped a base hit into center field. He didn't just tie the game at 1; he extended Clayton Kershaw's outing, prompting potential pinch-hitter Yasiel Puig to retreat to the dugout.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8045th
Batting Average.25014th
On Base Percentage.3335th
Slugging Percentage.4423rd
Earned Run Average3.382nd
Quality Starts952nd
WHIP1.152nd
BAA.2304th