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October 10, 2019
Dodgers fans were not happy with manager Dave Roberts and they let him hear it.
The Los Angeles faithful booed Roberts excessively in Game 5 of the Nationals League Championship Series after a string of pitching decisions came up rotten. (READ MORE) by Thomas Lott | Sporting News
The slow-moving disaster that ruined the Los Angeles Dodgers’ season began at 8:31 p.m. local time Wednesday and concluded 52 minutes later. A future Hall of Fame pitcher whose postseason shortcomings had come to define him lived down to his reputation. A manager who had shepherded the team to 106 wins forgot how to manage. A year replete with success, swollen with promise, conflagrated in spectacular fashion. The Dodgers, the best team in the National League, the organization that does so much right, failed at the most inopportune time. (READ MORE) by Jeff Passan | ESPN
Well, it definitely proved to be different — but not in the way the Dodgers wanted.
The Dodgers blew a 3-1, eighth-inning lead in Game 5 of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night and lost 7-3 in 10 innings on a Howie Kendrick grand slam that magnified some horrible bullpen management by Dave Roberts. (READ MORE) by Larry Brown | Larry Brown Sports