Max Scherzer Reiterated Expectation To Start For Dodgers In Potential NLCS Game 7

After staving off elimination against the Atlanta Braves, the Los Angeles Dodgers originally hoped Max Scherzer would be able to start in a must-win Game 6 of the National League Championship Series at Truist Park. Those plans never came to fruition as lingering arm fatigue prevented the right-hander from taking...
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NLCS MVP Eddie Rosario hopes to parlay big October into big payday

Eddie Rosario had a busy year. In December of 2020, Rosario was cut loose by the Twins, an organization he had been a part of since being drafted in 2010. He found a second home in Cleveland for the start of the season, before a July 30th trade sent him to Atlanta, where he would become a postseason hero, NLCS MVP, and World Series MVP. Now, his busy 2021 ends where it started: free agency.
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Chauvet Professional onAir Panels Create Smooth Looks For NLCS Broadcast on TBS

NEW YORK—The Atlanta Braves hadn’t won a National League pennant since 1999, and few “experts” expected them to do so this year, even though they managed to squeak into the post season playoffs. So, when they unexpectedly reached the National League Championship Series that left Mike Grabowski and the team...

Podcast: The Dodgers offseason is here

With the Dodgers 2021 season now over, this episode of the podcast looks back at the NLCS Game 6 loss in Atlanta, and the various factors that ended things for Los Angeles. Among the topics discussed are the inconsistent Dodgers offense, the lack of depth relative to recent years, and the ripple effect of relying heavily on the only three starting pitchers on the roster. We also look ahead to the offseason, and recap so, so many of our podcast bets during the year.

Braves Relying On Eddie Rosario To Regain NLCS Form

For many Atlanta Braves fans, seeing the organization win a World Series title would be a first. The Braves haven’t won a championship since 1995, and since then, a whole new generation of fans has emerged. It has been too long since Atlanta’s last title. But in 2021, the franchise...
Talon Marks

NLCS predictions & NFL Power rankings

Matthew: Alright Welcome welcome everybody my name is Matthew Ramirez. Matthew: and we are staff writers I’m co sports editor and Silas is a staff writer for talon marks and we are just gonna be talking about sports there is a big day for sports especially for LA. Silas: yes...
Awful Announcing

Strong finish for NLCS on TBS, while ALCS does well for FS1

Heading into Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday, we figured today would be a good time to look back at the viewership for the NLCS and ALCS. We last looked at each series on Friday, prior to the decisive Game 6 of each matchup. Both matchups delivered series highs for TBS and Fox.

Inside the Dodgers: The final word on their NLCS loss

Your tolerance for my repetition of this point might vary, but it has to be said: The Dodgers who lost the National League Championship Series to the Atlanta Braves were not the same Dodgers who won 106 games during the regular season. Steven Souza Jr. appeared in 10 of the Dodgers' 12 postseason games, and 17 of their 162 regular-season games (between two of which he was designated for assignment).
Minneapolis Star Tribune

Ex-Twin Eddie Rosario, available for the taking, winds up as NLCS MVP

The Twins' seven-player presence in the Arizona Fall League in 2013 included Byron Buxton, Max Kepler and Eddie Rosario. Buxton was thetop prospect as a 19-year-old and in center field. The right side of the infield was Rosario at second base and Kepler at first. This was the first look...

After Slamming COVID-19 Rules, Tritt Sings Anthem At NLCS

ATLANTA (AP) — Country musician Travis Tritt, who canceled shows at venues that required a COVID-19 vaccine or mask-wearing, sang the national anthem before Game 6 of the NL Championship Series on Saturday night.Wearing a Braves jersey, Tritt received a smattering of applause when he was announced as a "country music legend." There was a problem with Tritt's microphone, but a worker quickly handed him a backup mic that allowed him to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" without any further issues.After belting out the final words, Tritt patted his heart to a loud round of applause from the crowd of some...