SAN FRANCISCO-Julio Urias closed San Francisco and added an RBI single for his work, Cody Bellinger and AJ Pollock doubled doubles to open the sixth spot, and the Dodgers beat the Giants 9-2 on Saturday night. their NL Division series is in a single game.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts announced earlier in the day, “We’re playing this game as if we’re dying or dying,” and current World Cup champions continued to do so, including Will Smith’s eighth-ranked homer. .
Now the Los Angeles NL West are in second place — despite a 106-win win — second place — here, with a chance to move fast, head home to Chaves Ravine.
The top five series move to Dodger Stadium in all fields on Monday night, which is not surprising considering how close these clubs have played over the past few months. The 107-win Giants split the Dodgers on the final day to take the 10th-9th round of the season, but won 80-78 overall.
“It’s great to have one win on the road,” said Dodgers star Mickey Betts. “Julio played a great game. In any atmosphere, he will be ready on the field.”
Urias beat the RBI single in a second to put Los Angeles in the lead, while Betts followed with a running goal single.
And “Let’s go, giants!” the songs suddenly hit Los Angeles’ “Let’s Go, Dodgers!” noisy, 42,275 people, mostly orange.
In the lower half of San Francisco, Urias went to Wilmer Flores and responded when Brandon gave up Crawford’s sister. Flores brought Evan Longoria’s deep flyball to the center and Donovan Solano scored in the victim’s fly.
The 25-year-old left-winger stressed the need to focus heavily on the Giants, and the 20-game winning Giants All-Star looked right from the start to overtake right-handed Kevin Gausman.
Uria has gone 17 seasons unbeaten since June 21 and won 11-0 in the same period, which included a 4-0 win at Oracle Park. He hit five on Saturday and went five times and threw one run in three shots.
Gausman angrily shook his bubble, after Logan Webb’s gem, in his debut season, when his right-hand man and a pair of facilitators lifted the Dodgers to a 4-0 record with five hits. victory
Trea Turner took sixth place, and after Justin Turner hit, Smith chased Gausman after 5 ¹ / ₃ innings, he walked 7 and 3.
Trea Turner also contributed to a two-star defensive game in the second half, while Betts stopped a potential rally of the Giants in the sixth inning, hitting from the right, keeping Wilmer Flores in third place.
“Sometimes you do things you can’t explain,” Betts said. “And that was just one of them.”
Buster Posey’s sixth single hit him 54 times in the playoffs, the most in the Giants ’post-season history. He scored three goals in the game.