Dodgers BODYSLAM DIEGO! SWEEP the Padres, Will Face the Braves in the NLCS!!

The Dodgers finished off an NLDS sweep of the San Diego Padres with a 12-3 pummeling on Thursday night to advance to their fourth NLCS in the last 5 years. We break down all of tonight’s action, Julio Urías and Will Smith setting new Dodger postseason records, relentless Dodger bats, a look ahead to the NLCS, and more!

Plus, all of your thoughts, comments, and questions!



What was your highlight from the night and from the series? Who was your NLDS MVP? Let us know in the comments below!


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    • Yep. Especially Will Smith. Five hits. Two doubles and three singles. No home runs. He just hit the ball pure and clean. This is how to play the game. Good contact that generates hits. Some hits will go over the fence, but that’s not the objective. The objective is to drive in runs and trust the guys behind you to get you home as well. Smith did it the right way. He won’t forget this game, nor should he. This was a huge step for him, much bigger than his initial home run spurt last year that fizzled as the season went on. Now he can really be an outstanding catcher and hitter by playing within himself.