Padres denounces the defects of the Dodgers, victory of the bad management of Bullpen in NLDS

SAN DIEGO – A goose in the field, a drone above it, a rainy night in Southern California, the largest post-seasonal upheaval in 116 years. Oddity has dominated in this series of National League divisions between the Fathers And Dodgers. But what might be strangest of all is how the Padres thoroughly exposed every flaw in a 111-win Dodgers squad. It didn’t even sound like an upset.

San Diego ended the series on Saturday and moved up to his first NLCS since 1998 by winning his third straight game, each time with his starting pitcher staying longer than the Los Angeles starter. The Dodgers are always in a hurry to take their starting pitcher out of the game, and he burned them in Game 4 when coach Dave Roberts didn’t have enough good arms in his bullpen to make sense of throwing an effective Tyler Anderson after five innings (none run, two hits, 86 throws).

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