July 4, 2022

Dodgers to launch Walker Beauhler in NLCS Game 6

Dodgers announced Walker Fuller The National League Championship Series begins tonight at Game 6. Fuller will pick up the ball at that point Max Scherzer, Who Initially planned To begin with but scratched yesterday.

In Game 3 against the Braves, Fலர்hrer did not look sharp and allowed two runs (four runs in total) in 3 2/3 innings for six wins and three walks. He will now take the ball again at rest for three days, working for the second time in his career at short rest, for the second time this post season. Los Angeles appointed Buhler for games 1 and 4 of the NLTS, and at three days’ rest, Buhler had the Giants who had scored more than 4 1/3 innings.

Since Fலர்hrer is the only example of a short break, it is difficult to say whether his dramatic performance in Game 3 (which came a week after NLDS ‘4th game) was only three days later. Recover and prepare between starts. Of course the Dodgers would have felt more comfortable with Buehler fully relaxing for a possible Game 7, however it would not be shocking how the Dodgers would more or less use the “all hands on deck” philosophy with their postseason pitch mix if Beauler had used some important outings in Scherzer’s relief in Game 6.

The potential situation did not materialize, however, as Scherzer continued to be plagued by a “dead hand” at the start of his Game 2 against the Braves. Scherzer pitched for the third time in six days in that release, throwing 110 pitches in the NLDS ‘3rd game against the Giants, then came into the 5th game and reached the series with a scoreless ninth inning. Scherzer, who returned to the top after three days against Atlanta, threw 79 pitches in 4 1/3 innings, conceding two runs and four hits in one walk (albeit with seven strikeouts).

In the big picture, Beauhler would like to be on the mat for a possible elimination game of an ace type, except for the X factor of how short breaks affect his work. It remains to be seen how long Buhler will receive from the manager Dave RobertsThe Dodgers have no choice but to err on the side of 3-2 in the series, when Fuller is a slip. For example, pulling a Beauhler would leave a lot of innings for another 4 1/3-inning Stunt Dodgers fullback, especially from Joe Kelly Is Already deleted From the NLCS list due to injury, and Justin BruhillAvailability due to hand sore may be questionable.

Using the tonic also raises the question of how the Dodgers will potentially handle the pitch in Game 7, although LA apparently wants to win tonight before worrying about tomorrow’s problems. Julio Urias (Game 4’s starter after giving relief in Game 2) He will work a short rest if he pitches in Game 7, although since the Dodgers already had two Bullben games in the series, the normal starter / reliever roles are thrown out the window in Game 7 scenes. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.