Eddie Rosario led the Atlanta Braves to victory in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series Saturday. As a result, the Braves advance to World Series. Rosario got a three-run homer in the fourth frame, which gave the team the lead.
It is the first time Atlanta is going to the World Series since 1999. Atlanta will face Houston in the Fall Classic, which starts on Tuesday.
Austin Riley earned an RBI double and starting pitcher Ian Anderson gave up a single run on three hits in four frames. Relief pitcher Tyler Matzek got six outs to help the Braves win against the Dodgers.
Braves Advance to World Series
Rosario had two hits in Game 6 and a total of 14 hits in the NLCS. According to baseball betting reports, he tied an MLB record for most hits in a playoff series. Also, he got four hits in the second game, including the game-winner. He also got four hits in Game 4.
According to betting odds experts, AJ Pollock and Cody Bellinger earned runs for the Dodgers. Starting pitcher Walker Buehler gave up four runs out of seven hits in four frames. Also, he had only three days of rest. Max Scherzer didn’t start for the Dodgers due to arm fatigue.
The defeat ended the Dodgers’ seven-game winning streak in elimination matches. It started in the 2020 NLCS. The Dodgers are now facing an off-season with several free agents, including Clayton Kershaw, Corey Seager, Chris Taylor, Kenley Jansen, and Max Scherzer.
As per MLB and Doosan Bears betting sources, Atlanta got the lead in the first inning due to two-out doubles from Ozzie Albies and Austin Riley. Starter Anderson held Los Angeles in check until the fourth inning. The Dodgers had runners on first and second bases with one out. Bellinger got a two-out RBI to even the game at 1-1.