- Washington, D.C. 20003
- Line: WSH -170
- Over/Under: 9
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For the first time in almost three weeks, the Los Angeles Dodgers will try to bounce back from a loss.
Royals general manager Dayton Moore seemed to dismiss speculation that he might be willing to return to the Braves' front office.
Keith Hupp came up with his second homer souvenir in the NLCS, corralling the ball that Cubs star Javier Baez hit in Chicago just days after snaring Justin Turner's shot in L.A.
Indians outfielder Michael Brantley had surgery to stabilize ligaments in his right ankle and will not be able to resume baseball activities until at least four months from now.
Their Game 4 win could simply delay the Cubs' fate -- or maybe it's the start of a wild comeback from a 3-0 series deficit like Boston's rally in 2004.
The Dodgers send their ace to the mound needing a win to advance to the World Series. What kind of approach will Cubs hitters take against Clayton Kershaw in a bid to keep their season alive?