The Los Angeles Dodgers won their first game of the NLCS vs the Braves and broke records doing it. LA set the MLB record on Wednesday night, scoring 11 runs in the first inning- the most a team has scored in a single inning of a postseason game.
After homers from Joc Pederson, Edwin Rios, Cody Bellinger, and a solo and grand slam from Max Muncy Los Angeles broke another record. They became the first team in postseason history to hit five home runs in the first three innings of a game. The Braves tried to answer but struggled only able to put up three runs ending the game trailing 15-3. Los Angeles will try to bring in Clayton Kershaw in Game 4 to keep the Dodgers momentum up and as for the Braves pitching staff, they’ve got some work to do. The Braves lead the NLCS 2-games-to-1 heading into Game 4 on Thursday.