Los Angeles Dodgers’ Chris Taylor hits a walk-off home run in emotional NL wild card triumph

The Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals conveyed the show implied for Hollywood.

In the lower part of the 10th inning, Dodgers outfielder Chris Taylor came fixing to make something happen against Cardinals pitcher Alex Reyes with Cody Bellinger on second and hit a two-run grand slam to send Los Angeles to the National League Division Series.

The Dodgers and Cardinals played a tight game all night.

St. Louis attracted first blood the primary inning when a Max Scherzer pitch got by catcher Will Smith and scored Tommy Edman. The Cardinals had the 1-0 lead until the lower part of the fourth inning.

Justin Turner hit a 401-foot grand slam to left field off Adam Wainwright to tie the game.

The two groups were held scoreless until Taylor’s heroics in the 10th inning. Taylor didn’t begin the game and at last joined the arrangement in the 10th spot. He polished 1-for-2 with the basic stroll off.

Scherzer was taken out in the center of the fifth inning much to his mortification. He had tossed 94 pitches at the time before he was taken out. Los Angeles depended on Joe Kelly, Brusdar Graterol, Blake Treinen, Corey Knebel and Kenley Jansen to keep the Cardinals under control.

The key distinctive in the game came down to St. Louis’ absence of execution with sprinters in scoring position. The Cardinals were 0-for-11 in that occasion and just had five hits by and large.

Edman completed 3-for-5 with the solitary run scored. Just Paul Goldschmidt and Dylan Carson had hits.

Wainwright was taken out in the center of the 6th. He got done with five strikeouts and permitted onr un on four hits.

The Los Angeles Dodgers will currently play the San Francisco Giants without precedent for MLB Postseason history. The two groups had the best records in all of baseball.