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NLCS Live 13

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Baseball highlights Video: NLCS Live 13
Baseball highlights Thu, 19 Oct 2017 22:22:40 +0000 NLCS Live 13 Baseball highlights WQRF FOX this evening with more playoff baseball. the cubs will try to follow up their game four nlcs win over the dodgers last night with another one in game five tonight. scott leber is fired up for this one. he joins us live from the field at wrigley. hi scott.... ((scott)) yea i am fired up. you can't help but have the adrenalin flowing when you sense the excitement from the fans and see the looks of determination on the players faces. it's going to be another good- night here weatherwise. the wind is blowing (in/out) at the moment. the keys tonight will be the two starting pitchers. the cubs will go with jose quintana. he pitched five innings in game one and gave up two runs. the dodgers will send their ace clayton kershaw to the hill. he also gave up two runs in five innings of game one. the cubs have proven they can hit this guy. last year here in the nlcs they scored five runs off him in five innings. the difference between this year and last year is kershaw is well rested. he's only pitched twice so far in the playoffs because the dodgers swept the diamondbacks in the previous round. (clayton kershaw, dodgers pitcher) "i don't really feel any different any postseason. i think maybe last year with the usage i maybe felt a little bit towards the end i felt a little bit, um tired is not the right word, but maybe just a little bit taxed maybe, but yea i feel good. (jose quintana, cubs pitcher) "we have a really good team, a lot of talent and we can do it. like i say one game at a time." ((scott)) at some point this game will probably come down to the bullpens. wade davis won't be available for the cubs since he threw 48 pitches last night. dodgers closer kenley jansen did not pitch last the dodgers have a big advantage there. gametime is a little earlier tonight. seven o'clock. reporting live from wrigley field i'm scott leber. ((josh)) thanks scott. with all

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