NLDS Game 2’s: Braves, Dodgers Both Up 2-0

Both the Atlanta Braves and the Los Angeles Dodgers moved a step closer to meeting one another in the NLCS on Wednesday as they each grabbed victory in Game 2 to go up 2-0 in their respective series. The Braves did so thanks to a third (from four) shutout of the postseason as they blanked the Miami Marlins 2-0. Ian Anderson was great for them in 5 2/3 innings on the mound and they got just enough power as both Dansby Swanson and Travis d’Arnaud homered to lift them past the underdog Marlins.

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The Braves had four hits, while the Marlins only had three in a tight contest. It wasn’t exactly the same in the Dodgers’ win over the San Diego Padres, though. Their was a decent amount of offense, but in the end the Dodgers once again came out on top, prevailing 6-5. Cody Bellinger was the unquestioned hero. Not only did he hit a home run of his own in the close win, but he also robbed the Padres’ Fernando Tatis, Jr. of a home run with a catch at the wall in the seventh inning. That proved to be the decisive moment of the game, giving his team and Clayton Kershaw the win in the process.

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