The Los Angeles Dodgers’ unstoppable and triumphant march allowed them to remain undefeated in the NL playoffs and are only one win away from reaching the World Series.
While the New York Yankees are recovering in the American League Championship Series, they are now tied 2-2 to the Houston Astros.
Ranger Andre Ethier and short innkeeper Chris Taylor hit homers and the Dodgers who defeated visitors 6-1 to the World Series champions, the Chicago Cubs in the third game of the National League Championship Series .
With their win, the Dodgers went 3-0, remain undefeated so far in the final (6-0) and are only a triumph of coming back to the “Fall Classic”.
One more win will put the Dodgers on the journey to the World Series by getting what would be their 22nd National League title.
On Wednesday night they could get their first Fall Classic since 1998, after they were eliminated last year by the Cubs in the Championship Series.
The winner of this series will face the winner of the Americana played by the Astros and the Yankees (2-2).
Ethier (1) sounded the tolete in the second episode, with no teammates ahead.
While Taylor (2) also disappeared the ball from the field of play in the third inning, with no runners on the trails, which helped the cause of his team.
Cuban ranger Yasiel Puig hit twice on five trips to the batting box, and scored a run, leaving .400 his average with the club so far in the final.
Puerto Rican outfielder Enrique Hernandez was perfect with the bat when making contact once at a time.
The victory was won by Japanese starter Yu Darvish (1-0) in six innings and one-third, conceding six hits, one homer and one run.
The Cubs, who are in their third consecutive appearance in the final series, got their only run through Ranger Kyle Schwarber (1), who hit four-cornered bats without people on the road.
The Venezuelan receiver Wilson Contreras made three trips to face the batter and hit only once, without production.
Defeated starter Kyle Hendricks (0-1) in five innings, conceded a punishment of six hits, two homers and four runs.
The fourth game will take place on Wednesday at the Cubs field, Wrigley Field, with Puerto Rican-born starter Jake Arrieta, who will work for the Chicago team.
While on the mound by the Dodgers will be Alex Wood, who will seek to ensure the triumph that gives them the pass to the World Series.
Outfielder Aaron Judge pitched the ball in the seventh inning, added a four-run double in the eighth, and the Yankees beat the Astros 6-4 in the fourth game of the American League Championship Series.
The Yankees made it their second consecutive win to overcome a 0-2 handicap in the Young Series Circuit Series, which is played to the best of seven, and placed 2-2.
The Novena of New York, who also had a 0-2 loss in the Cleveland Indians Division Series, traced by winning three straight wins to move into the next round and face the Astros.
The Yankees, who made it to the final series with the first American League wild card, missed the first two games against the Astros in the ninth Texas field, but at home at Yankee Stadium they regained form in all facets of the game.
In the seventh, when the board favored 3-0 to the Astros, Judge (1) sent the ball to the street with a solo homer, with which the Yankees began the comeback in numbers.
While in the eighth double connected and was part of a cluster of four, which sealed the triumph of the Novena New York, which now seeks to maintain the winning road.
Judge attacked the work of designated hitter Gary Sanchez, who went 3-1 and finished with three RBIs.
From the mound, the triumph was credited with reliever Chad Green (1-0), second from three pitchers who supported the work of opener Sonny Gray, who in two episodes allowed unstoppable, run and struck out two rival hitters.
While Gray worked five full innings and went without decision to give up a two-run unstoppable – a clean – two walks and fanned four rival batters.
Cuban closer Aroldis Chapman (1) got the save in one inning, striking out two batters.
Chapman maintains quality in his shots from the top of the mound and improved his mark to 5-0 in the final matches at Yankee Stadium.
The Astros had their compatriot, first baseman Yuli Gurriel as the player who shined especially with the bat when striking 1 of 4 towing three scores of the four races that got the ninth Texan.