Cubs Look to Stay Alive Again vs. Dodgers


The Cubs have struggled with maintaining their leads in the NLCS, and Arrieta's performance in Game 4 was crucial in turning this trend around for Chicago.

Cubs manager Joe Maddon was ejected in the eighth inning of the Cubs' NLCS Game 4 victory over the Dodgers on Wednesday night at Wrigley Field, after the umpires made a weird decision to overturn a Curtis Granderson strike-three swing to a foul ball.

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Cody Bellinger started things with an RBI double in the first inning.

It wasn't all bubblegum and home runs for the Cubs, as Davis' two-inning save came with a game's worth of drama.

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Dodgers slugger Curtis Granderson was at the plate with L.A. trailing by one run when he appeared to strikeout on a a swing-and-miss Strike 3. He needed 34 pitches to escape the eighth alone in a frame that featured a long ball from Justin Turner-which trimmed the lead to one-and manager Joe Maddon's ejection.

The Dodgers, one win away from reaching their first World Series since 1988, return to another packed Wrigley at 7 tonight for Game 5. Clayton Kershaw and Jose Quintana will battle in Game 5 at Wrigley Field on Thursday night. Though he gave up the homer to Turner, he was able to get out of a jam to get to the ninth.

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The Cubs avoided a sweep last night, holding off the Dodgers 3-2.