Yasiel Puig crotch chops like a mad man after monster home run

Yasiel Puig crotch chops like a mad man after monster home run

Yasiel Puig crotch chops like a mad man after monster home run

This was a redemption game for the Dodgers. Hounded by boos all night long, Machado went 0 for 4 with two strikeouts. "To be wearing another uniform going in there playing for a World Series championship is going to be special for me".

A loss to the Astros in Game 7 of last year's World Series was followed by a conservative offseason, one motivated by the organization's desire to dip under the luxury-tax threshold.

David Freese led off this Game 6 with a home run that quieted Miller Park - but just for a moment. All I heard was, 'Manny sucks'.

The Dodgers they waited for lights-out left-hander Josh Hader to leave the game to get their bats going again. "There is no better feeling than celebrating".

Walker Buehler upheld the 2-1 lead but was in danger of losing it when Lorenzo Cain doubled with two outs in the fifth inning. Chris Taylor, who started the game at second base ran the ball down, made a twisting jump for a simply incredible catch, stretching his Rawlings glove as far as it could go to save the inning as Bellinger jumped over the sprawled Taylor. After the game Bellinger was named the NLCS MVP. "I wasn't seeing any results", he said. "I was just trying to run hard to get to the spot".

While on the mound, Knebel did end up throwing 25 pitches but given the circumstances of a win or go home game, he will be available for Counsell to use in Game 7 and should still be relatively fresh. They said stick with the process and the result will come.

The Dodgers have battled throughout the postseason, and just won the first winner-take-all game of the playoffs in the National League Championship Series. Only twice in the six games has the total amount of runs totaled more than seven, and that was mostly due to gaffes in the field by the Dodgers in Games 1 and a huge four-run, first-inning burst by the Brewers and a couple more Dodgers mistakes in Friday's 7-2 win to force a Game 7.

But first, the small-market Brew Crew will need to topple the Dodgers in a decisive Game 7 tonight in what will undoubtedly be one of the most exciting and suspensful games you'll watch all year.

Like most of the season, Hader has been brilliant this NLCS against the Dodgers. That depth helped them survive the talented Brewers, who tried to re-invent postseason baseball by leaning on relievers and making starters complementary pieces.

Christian Yelich put Milwaukee ahead with a solo home run in the first inning off rookie Walker Buehler.

Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Cody Bellinger acknowledged feeling "ice cold" late Saturday night.

The Red Sox will face the Dodgers in the World Series beginning Tuesday.

The L.A. stars shine and do their crotch-grab thing.

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