MLB Baseball NLDS Game 3 Recap, Washington Drops Los Angeles 8-3, Monday, October 10, 2016

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Lead MLB Division Series against Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 October 10, 4:08 PM | Grass of Dodger Stadium Trail MLB Division Series against Washington Nationals 1-2

When: 4:00 PM ET, Monday, October 10, 2016
Where: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California

Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, BOXSCORE

Final R H E
nationalsWAS 8 9 0
dodgersLAD 3 6 1
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/10 4:05 PM
902dodgersL.A. Dodgers
PITCHING MATCHUP: Nationals LH Gio GonzalezGio Gonzalez (11-11, 4.57 ERA) vs. Dodgers RH Kenta MaedaKenta Maeda (16-11, 3.48)
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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL – Monday, October 10th – NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISIONAL SERIES Game 3Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers.

Team/Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
nationalsWashington Nationals [G Gonzalez – L] +1.5 -175 +125 7.5 -105
dodgersLos Angeles Dodgers [K Maeda – R] -1.5 +155 -140 7.5 -115
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Washington got 1.2 innings of work from S Solis en route to a 8-3 victory over Los Angeles on Monday at Dodger Stadium.

Washington was an underdog by +129 and came through for bettors backing them. The game went OVER the consensus closing total of 7.5.

S Solis earned the victory for the Nationals, throwing 1.2 innings of work, striking out 1, walking 1, and allowing 1 hits and 0 earned runs. That effort was supported by 2 RBIs from Ryan Zimmerman in the win.

Los Angeles got a 3-inning outing from Kenta Maeda in the loss. He gave up 4 earned runs, 2 walks and 5 hits in his time on the mound, while Howie Kendrick had 1 hits in the loss for the Dodgers.

Washington outhit their counterparts 9-6 in the game.

LOS ANGELES — Jayson Werth said he fantasizes about hitting a baseball completely out of Dodger Stadium.

Although Werth didn’t knock the ball out of the park with a ninth-inning home run, the outfielder and the Nationals put the Los Angeles Dodgers on the ropes in their National League Division Series.

Anthony Rendon also homered and the Nationals moved within a win of advancing to the National League Championship Series by posting an 8-3 victory over the Dodgers on Monday at Dodger Stadium.

The Nationals bolted past the Dodgers with four runs in both the third and ninth innings to grab a 2-1 series lead. They can wrap up the best-of-five affair Tuesday in Los Angeles.

“That was big because we exploded, I think, in the third and then we didn’t explode again until the ninth,” Nationals manager Dusty Baker said. “And we were wondering like ‘Man, we’ve got to score some more here’ because this game is close and they have so much firepower over there, especially in a one-run game.”

Reliever Sammy Solis (1-0) worked 1 2/3 scoreless innings for the Nationals, and Mark Melancon closed out the victory with a 1-2-3 ninth.

Dodgers starter Kenta Maeda (0-1) worked only three innings and allowed four runs and five hits. Maeda, who was making his postseason debut, struck out four, walked two and hit a batter.

Rendon hit a two-run shot in the third, capping a four-run rally that gave Washington a 4-1 lead.

Werth, who was 3-for-4 with a walk and two RBIs, drilled a solo blast into the left field bleachers off Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen to lead off the ninth. Ryan Zimmerman added a two-run double for Washington, which pulled away with a four-run ninth.

“We had kind of a long night with the travel and everything, and I felt we had some momentum coming into the game,” said Werth, referring to Sunday’s win in Washington and flying cross country before the teams were forced to play Monday without a day off because of Saturday’s rainout. “Then they got that run early. And when we answered back, I felt like we were in good shape.”

Dodgers first-year manager Dave Roberts is confident his club can bounce back Tuesday.

“You know, it’s been a long season. It’s been a lot of highs and lows. But I know that there’s no quit in our guys. So, we’ll be ready (Tuesday) to win a baseball game. I can promise you that,” Roberts said.

Carlos Ruiz went deep for the Dodgers. Los Angeles shortstop Corey Seager drove in a run for the third consecutive game.

Nationals starter Gio Gonzalez lasted 4 1/3 innings, giving up three runs and four hits with four strikeouts and a walk.

A bloop single by Werth and walks to Bryce Harper and Rendon allowed the Nationals to load the bases with two outs in the first. However, Maeda fanned Zimmerman to end the threat.

In the bottom of the inning, Seager’s RBI double scored Justin Turner for a 1-0 Los Angeles lead.

However, the Nationals rallied in the third. An RBI double by Werth and a run-scoring single by Harper put Washington up by a run before Rendon smacked a two-run homer to left for a three-run advantage. It was Rendon’s first home run of the postseason.

Ruiz delivered a two-run pinch-homer with one out in the fifth to cut the gap to 4-3. It marked the first time the Dodgers launched a postseason pinch-home run since Orlando Hudson hit one in the 2009 National League Championship Series. For Ruiz, it was his first of the playoffs.

But it matters little if the Dodgers lose Game 4.

“I thought there was some some good at-bats in there,” Roberts said. “I think that we hit some balls, we squared up some baseballs, and you know right at those guys. It could have been a different game.”

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