Dodgers vs. Braves: NLCS Game 5 live stream, TV channel, odds, time, pitching matchup for 2021 MLB playoffs

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The Braves took a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven NLCS with a 9-2 win over the Dodgers in Game 4. Eddie Rosario had another huge night at the plate, and supervisor Brian Snitker pressed all the best buttons in the bullpen video game for Atlanta. Now the Dodgers discover themselves on the edge of removal in Game 5 on Thursday. 

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How to see

Date: Thursday, Oct. 21 | Time: 8:08 p.m. ET
Location: Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles, California)
television channel: TBS | Live stream:
Odds:  TBA
Starting pitchers:  TBA vs. LHP Max Fried (14-7, 3.04 AGE)


The Atlanta rotation had the ability to avoid a turn in Game 4 thanks to the bullpen video game. Now ace Fried lines up on complete rest for the possible clincher in Game 5. In Game 1, Fried restricted the Dodgers to 2 runs in 6 innings with 5 strikeouts versus no strolls. Overall this postseason Fried boasts a 1.50 period with 14 strikeouts and no strolls in 12 innings. 

As for the Dodgers, Dave Roberts will undertake his own bullpen video game on Thursday. It’s not yet specific how that will line up. It’s worth keeping in mind that right-hander Corey Knebel, who didn’t pitch in Game 4 and tossed 16 pitches in Game 3, has two times this postseason acted as Roberts’ opener. 


Fried is on the mound, the Braves are one win away, and the Dodgers have an unpredictable pitching circumstance (and no Justin Turner, thanks to a hamstring injury). Atlanta advances to the World Series for the very first time considering that 1999.

Pick:  Braves 5, Dodgers 3

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