The Los Angeles Dodgers, especially the attack, fell in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series.

The offense went 0-for-10 with runners in the standings, beating the Milwaukee Brewers 14 times in the Monday 4-0 loss, leading to the best-of-seven series 2-1.

After the loss, Dodgers outfielder Enrique Hernandez admitted the club fought but also the fans at Dodger Stadium and said Game 3 was not "I feel like a playoff game" because they lack the energy.

"We had no energy, the stadium had no energy, the fans had no energy," Hernandez, who is 0-for-6 with three strikeouts in the series. told the Los Angeles Times and other outlets. "Overall, it was a pretty bad game for anyone calling themselves Dodgers."

Hernandez also paid special attention to the crowd's response to catcher Yasmani Grandal, who has forgotten a series.

They chanted, "We We want Austin & # 39; s regarding backup catcher Austin Barnes after Grandal pledged his third passed ball of the series in the eighth inning. He also failed to get a pitch in Blocking dirt in the sixth inning so that a run could score

"It's shit" said Hernandez . "He's a teammate. He is a competitor, and you know that he does everything he can.

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"He's not trying to get behind the home plate or anything, but it's shit that there's nothing during the first hour when (Ryan) Brown doubles The stadium was silent for the rest of the evening and it's bad that they got loud just to show Yasmani.

"He tries his best. Catchers have a lot to do. The game revolves around her. You have to call every pitch. They are involved in the game in every situation.

"It's the playoffs, it's the big leagues, if they think they can do it, move on, get your gear on and catch 99 (mph) with shattering balls that have a lot of movement He's been one of the best catchers in the game for a while, he's got a bit of a rough spot we all go through as human beings, as baseball players, it's just a bad timing. "[19659006] Grandal will be on the bench for Game 4; The reaction of the fans to Hernandez should, to say the least, be interesting.

Post: The Associated Press

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