Urias to start Game 4 for Dodgers
- Updated: October 8, 2016
The Los Angeles Dodgers took Game 1 of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals Friday night behind seven strikeouts from ace Clayton Kershaw. Could we see him again in Game 4 on short rest?
Not unless they are down 1-2, according to manager Dave Roberts. Game 2 is currently suspended so we don’t know what’s going to happen there, but if the Dodgers win one of the next two games, then it will be Julio Urias.
Photo Caption: Scouts have raved about Urias’ remarkable eyesight.
“Julio Urias will start Game 4, Dave Roberts says. Unless the Dodgers are down 1-2, he does not want to use Clayton Kershaw on short rest,” Andy McCullough tweets.
The 20-year old phenom was 5-2 with a 3.39 ERA this year for the Dodgers. It’s not like they are trotting out garbage just hoping to give Kershaw a break. So, barring a pair of losses in these next two games, Urias will be the guy on the mound for Game 4.