Bellinger and Betts beat Giants to put Dodgers in Championship Series

Lyou Los Angeles Dodgers still alive in Major League playoffs with a brilliant performance from Mookie Betts and his pitching corps for beat the San Francisco Giants 2-1 and advance to the Championship Series against the Atlanta Braves.

The mathematician Dave Roberts surprised hours before the game by announcing a change of starting pitcher and not only was that, it was a change of strategy in terms of his pitchers to tie up the Giants.

Corey Knebel was in charge of opening the game for the reigning champion of the Major League Baseball but he only had to work for one inning to make way for Brusdar Graterol, who also only had a chance to get three outs.

There came the Mexican moment. The Sinaloan Julio Urías took the mound in the third roll for a job of four full innings, where he allowed three hits and an earned run but also handed out five chocolates to go without a decision.

If anyone should be highlighted tonight, it is to Mookie Betts, who went 4-for-4 with a run scored in the fourth inning after stealing middle, which gave the Dodgers an advantage at the time.

But it was in that same inning when they hurt the culichi Urías with a slap from Darin Ruf that went all over the central garden to match the slate very soon.

We finally had to wait until the ninth inning, where Cody Bellinger appeared to lead the winning run to the register through third baseman Justin Turner.

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