NLCS: No Doubter; Dodgers Are the NL's Best
Seattle Mariners fans are convinced their team is MLB's wormhole to stardom.
All a player needs to do is be rostered by them, wait to be traded, and it'll happen.
When Taylor and Turner weren't highlighting rallies, they were spearheading them.
That was their role in Game 5, when Los Angeles emphatically closed out the NLCS to the tune of an 11-1 beatdown:
It was clear from the start of this one that the Dodgers' brain trust assembled a game plan to attack José Quintana early in the count, and do it often.
Can we say cleared for takeoff?
Kiké Hernández must love Wrigley Field.
The only hit he had prior to Game 5 was as a mid-game replacement the night before. Now dude's in the history books.
Los Angeles has now won a total of 111 games this season. They're 8-1 in the playoffs.
They've finally made the World Series for the first time in 29 years, when they prevailed over the then-mighty Oakland A's in five games, including tne one when Jack Buck didn't believe what he just saw.
If Buck had been around to see this NLCS, he'd be singing a different tune.