The Dodgers entered Wednesday’s game with all the momentum in the world. They Shut down the Cubs offense in game 3, winning 6-0, and had the talented Julio Urias starting in game 4. Unfortunately, that beautiful momentum has switched sides.

It all began with a very questionable play at home. Adrian Gonzalez was called out and, after sending it to New York, the call remained.

This would be followed by a 4-run inning in the top of the 4th, which kicked off by a terrible throw by left-fielder Andrew Toles.

The Cubs would pick up another run in the top of the 5th thanks to another home run, this time off the bat of Anthony Rizzo.

The Dodgers would try to stay in the game by picking up a couple of runs in the bottom of the 5th; However, the runs came from a playable ball that deflected off of Montgomery’s glove.

The Cubs would break the game open the next inning by scoring 5 runs on some small ball and a handful of errors by the Dodgers. Some of the hits included RBI singles by Dexter Fowler and Anthony Rizzo. The error came from a bad relay between Joc Pederson and Yasmani Grandal.

That would be it for the Dodgers. The series is now tied at 2 with Kenta Maeda going against Jon Lester on Thursday at 5:08PM PT.

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