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Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
© Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Max Scherzer

Max Scherzer won’t be starting for the Dodgers in the sixth game of the NLCS as planned, according to Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times. As Castillo details, Scherzer’s wasn’t feeling 100% on Sunday when he started Game 2. The hurler himself said his “arm was dead.” Despite that, the team’s plan was still to start Scherzer in Game 6 on Saturday. Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports that “Scherzer’s arm just hasn’t bounced back” as the team hoped. Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports that Scherzer is a possibility for Game 7, but it will depend on how he feels between now and then.

This is certainly a concerning development for a Dodgers team that has pushed its pitching staff to the brink of exhaustion this postseason. Since they were in the midst of a race with the Giants for the division crown all season, they had no opportunity to ease off the gas pedal and had to lean on their best pitchers right until the season’s final day. Since they came up short in that race, they had to immediately gear up for the wild-card game, which Scherzer started, throwing 94 pitches as the Dodgers walked-off the Cardinals and advanced to the NLDS.

Since then, they have used their starters so much that they had to opt for a bullpen game Thursday, despite the fact that they were facing a 3-1 deficit to Atlanta. Seven different pitchers took the mound for the club and led them to an 11-2 victory that seemed to set the stage for Scherzer to take the ball in Game 6, attempting to even up the series and force a Game 7.

Now that Scherzer is off the table, the Dodgers have a few options, but all of them less appealing than a healthy Scherzer. One would be another bullpen game, but that’s a tall ask given that they just had one. However, they did have Friday off, which should theoretically replenish all of their relievers, at least to some degree.

Another option would be turn to David Price, who was just added to the roster to take the place of the injured Joe Kelly. But Price hasn’t pitched in three weeks, with his last appearance coming October 2. And even then, he wasn’t stretched out to start. His last six appearances on the season were out of the bullpen and less than two innings. He was stretched out before that, with five consecutive outings of at least 3 2/3 innings, but the last of those was August 28. That means he’s almost two months removed from carrying a starter’s workload.

Tony Gonsolin was stretched out to finish the season and could also be leaned on for some innings, but he didn’t pitch at all in the NLDS and has thrown only short stints in the NLCS. His last outing was 39 pitches over two innings on Wednesday, the same night that Julio Urias threw 92 pitches over five innings.

Another option, and probably the best one, would be to have Walker Buehler pitch on short rest. His last outing was on Tuesday, but he threw only 76 pitches after getting chased from the game in the fourth inning.

One way or another, manager Dave Roberts and the rest of the Dodgers’ staff will have to be creative. In order to make it into the World Series, they’ll need to find a way to grind through 18 innings without their best option.

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Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6
Dodgers ace Max Scherzer experiencing dead arm, won't start NLCS Game 6

The greatest postseason players in MLB history

There are countless memorable plays, pitches, and at-bats in baseball postseason history. However, there are a select few legends who made it a habit of creating these moments when the stakes are at their highest. Here’s a look at the greatest MLB postseason performers of all time.

Carlos Beltran

Although he didn’t play in his first postseason until his 7th season, Beltran made a habit of turning it on in October. During his first postseason run with the Astros in 2004 –where he hit .435 overall— Beltran tied the record for most home runs in a postseason series with eight, while setting a record by homering in five consecutive playoff games. Overall, in 65 postseason games, Beltran produced a 1.021 OPS with 16 home runs.

Yogi Berra

There is no bigger winner in baseball history than Berra, who won 10 of the 14 World Series he played in during his 19-year career. He was the link between the eras of Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle in the Bronx, and behind the plate for Don Larsen’s perfect game during the 1956 Series. Overall, Berra played in 75 World Series games, connecting for 12 home runs, 10 doubles, and hit over .300 in five separate postseason series.

Lance Berkman

A somewhat underrated October performer even his own time, Berkman is second all-time in Championship win probably added, with an 82.4 mark over 224 plate appearances. Over 5 postseason games divided between the Astros, Cardinals, and Yankees, Berkman produced a .317/.417/.949 slash line. His biggest playoff showing came in the 2011 World Series when he hit .423 and produced a series-saving, extra innings single to keep the Cardinals alive and set the table for an eventual walk-off Cardinal win the following inning.

George Brett

Of the nine postseason series in his career, Brett hit better than .340 in five of them. He was named ALCS MVP in 1985, when he turned in a .348 average, with three home runs, two doubles, and six runs scored versus the Blue Jays. In World Series play, he was a lifetime .373 hitter, with five extra-base hits and two stolen bases over two series. He turned in a four-hit effort in the decisive Game 7 of the 1985 Series, clinching the first title in Royals history.

Lou Brock

Brock played in three (and won two) World Series with the Cardinals during the 60s, and he absolutely went off every time. After hitting .300 with three extra-base hits in 1964, but took it to an unreal level from there. Over 14 games in the 1967 and ’68 Series’, Brock hit .439 with 43 total bases, 10 extra-base hits, and converted 14 of 16 stolen base attempts.

Madison Bumgarner

Bumgarner first appeared in the postseason as a 20-year-old and tossed eight shutout innings in Game 4 of the 2010 World Series. Since then, Mad Bum has gone on to own a  2.11 ERA and an 8-3 record over 102.1 postseason innings. His crowning moment came during an unbelievable 2014 postseason, where owned a 1.03 ERA over six starts and a record 0.29 ERA in the World Series. He capped the effort with a series-saving Game 7 relief appearance – where he threw five scoreless innings on two days rest to deliver a third World Series in six years for the Giants.

Eddie Collins

Collins played in six World Series between the Philadelphia A’s and Chicago White Sox and won four. He hit over .400 in 1910, 1913, 1914, and 1917, owning a .381 on-base percentage, alongside nine extra-base hits and 14 stolen bases. More dubiously, Collins was a member of the 1919 ‘Black Sox’ in his final World Series appearance, but was not mentioned among the players in on the fix.

Rollie Fingers

As the relief ace for the dominant Oakland A’s teams of the 1970s, regularly worked in some high-leverage October moments. Over the course of nine postseason series, Fingers worked 57.1 innings, turning in nine saves and 45 strikeouts. During the 1973 World Series, he posted a 0.66 ERA, while appearing in six of seven games and working two or more innings in three of those outings. He was named MVP of the 1974 World Series, after winning Game 1 and converting saves in games 3 & 4.

Whitey Ford

No pitcher in World Series history has more wins to his credit than Ford’s 10. Overall, ‘The Chairman of the Board’ appeared in 11 Fall Classics, working to a 2.71 ERA and winning World Series MVP in 1961, after allowing no runs over two starts. Over the course of his career, in addition to his wins record, Ford set World Series records for consecutive scoreless innings (33.1), strikeouts (94), and innings pitched (146), among others.

Steve Garvey

Between his tenures with the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres, Garvey won five NL pennants and one World Series, in 1981. Over the course of 11 postseason series, he hit under .300 only twice, owning a career .338 average, with 11 home runs and 31 RBI, with a .910 OPS. His crowning performance came when he won the first of two career NLCS MVP honors in 1978 when he hit four home runs and totaled 22 total bases over four games to lead the Dodgers over the Phillies.

Lou Gehrig

The Iron Horse won six of his seven career World Series appearances and remains among the upper echelon of even the best postseason performers of all time. Gehrig hit a staggering .361 over 34 World Series games, adding in 10 home runs and a .483 on-base percentage. In the 1928 Series, he posted an unbelievable 2.433 OPS, with four of his six hits leaving the park while driving in nine. Overall, Gehrig’s Yankee teams posted a 27-7 record with him in postseason play and he once won 12 consecutive World Series games, hitting .460 during the streak.

Bob Gibson

Over the course of nine postseason starts, turned in a 7-2 record, a 1.89 ERA, and some of the most legendary outings in baseball history. He twice won World Series MVP, first in 1964 when he won games five and seven and set a record with 31 strikeouts for the series. In 1967, he worked three complete-game victories over the Boston Red Sox, allowing just three runs in the process – all after coming back from a broken leg suffered just three months prior. Finally, in 1968, he set a still-standing World Series record with 17 strikeouts in Game 1 versus the Detroit Tigers.

Orel Hershiser

On the heels of his incredible Cy Young Award-winning 1988 season, which featured his mythical 59 consecutive scoreless inning streak, Hershiser turned in a postseason for the ages as well. He captured both NLCS and World Series MVP, going 3-0 with a 1.06 ERA over 42.2 innings. It was the crowning season of an overall strong playoff career, that saw him go 8-3 with a 2.59 ERA over 22 appearances.

Reggie Jackson

For ‘Mr. October’, the name truly says it all. A five-time World Series Champion and two-time Series MVP, few –if any— players craved the spotlight as Jackson did, and he didn’t waste the opportunity often. He connected for 18 career postseason home runs, which tied for the most in history at the time of his retirement. In the 1977 Series, Jackson hit .450 with a record-tying five home runs, three of which came in a legendary Game 4 effort, all coming on consecutive pitches.

Derek Jeter

Few –if any— players in history are most synonymous with postseason success than The Captain. A five-time World Series champion and .321 career postseason hitter, Jeter is the all-time leader in games played, hits, doubles, triples, runs scored, and total bases, among many other categories. Jeter’s postseason greatness often transcended statistical measures, as his uncanny knack for getting the big hit or making the perfect play just went the Yankees needed it appropriately earned him the monikers “Mr. November” and “Captain Clutch”.

Sandy Koufax

No pitcher in history impacted the course of a World Series to a greater degree than Koufax. He won MVP in two of the three Dodger World Series victories between 1959 and 1965, working to a lifetime 0.95 ERA in postseason play. In 1965, after notably sitting out Game 1 in observance of Yom Kippur, Koufax threw complete-game shutouts with 10 strikeouts in games 5 and 7, wrapping up a series where he allowed one run over 24 innings. Lifetime, Koufax struck out 42% of the batters he faced in World Series play, with 61 Ks over 57 innings.

Jon Lester

Lester played a pivotal postseason role with two of the more beleaguered franchises in MLB history. With the Boston Red Sox, he won two World Series, owning a 3-0 record and an 0.56 ERA, and 18 strikeouts vs. four walks. In 2016, he was named NLCS MVP after scattering two runs over two starts and propelling the Cubs to their first World Series since 1908. Once in the Series, Lester won Game 4 and started the decisive Game 7, completing a six-start postseason run of a 2.02 ERA and 30 strikeouts against six walks and a .209 average against.

Mickey Mantle

The iconic Yankee centerfielder played in 12 World Series in his 18-year career, winning seven. Although he played in his last Fall Classic 57 years ago, he remains the all-time World Series leader in home runs (18), RBI (40), extra-base hits (26), runs scored (42), walks (43), and total bases (123). Mantle twice connected for three home runs in a single Series (1956 & 1964) and had 15 or more total bases four times (1952, ’56, ’58, and ’64).

Christy Mathewson

The first great World Series performer was the Giants’ ace from the turn of the century. A 373 game-winner and member of the inaugural Hall of Fame class, ‘Matty’ turned in an extraordinary 0.97 lifetime World Series ERA over 11 complete games. His greatest performance came in 1905, when threw three shutouts in three starts against the Philadelphia Athletics, issuing just one walk over the 27 innings worked. Amazingly over his World Series career, Mathewson was touched for one run or fewer in eight of 11 starts and twice pitched 11 innings, while allowing one run over the pair of starts.

Paul Molitor

A .368 lifetime postseason hitter, the multi-skilled Molitor turned in one of the great World Series efforts of all-time in 1993. Although Joe Carter famously connected for the walk-off homer in Game 6 that ended the series, it was Molitor who technically scored the tying run, as he had singled the at-bat prior to Carter coming to the plate. It capped a series where he hit .500 (12-for-24), with two doubles, two triples, two home runs, eight RBI, and 10 runs scored.

David Ortiz

Big Papi was the backbone of three World Series champions in Boston, from 2004 to 2013. Along the way, he hit an incredible .455 in World Series play, alongside a 1.372 OPS and finishing in the top 10 all-time in Win Probability Added in Series play. He was named World Series MVP in 2013 when he turned in one of the most undeniable impacts of all-time against the Cardinals. Ortiz hit .688 (11-for-16), with two home runs and eight walks against one strikeout. It was by far the highest batting average in Series history for players with at least 20 plate appearances.

Andy Pettitte

The workhorse starter for the Yankees dynasty of the late 1990s into the 2000s, Pettitte holds the records for most total postseason wins (19), games started (44) and innings pitched (276.2). He often took the mound in some of the most pivotal moments of the World Series, most notably being the victor of 1-0 duel against John Smoltz in Game 5 of the ’96 Series and starting the decisive Game 4 of the 1998 Series. He was the first pitcher to start –and win— three series-clinching playoff games in a single season in 2009.

Albert Pujols

The offensive engine for the ultra-consistent Cardinals of the early 2000s, Pujols is a two-time World Series champion and owns a .323 lifetime postseason average. Over 77 playoff games, he has 38 extra-base hits, including 19 home runs – three of which came in Game 3 of the 2011 World Series. Pujols is one of the foremost League Championship Series terrors of all time, where he owns a .383/.467/.713 split all-time and famously launched one of the most devastating home runs of all-time against Astros closer Brad Lidge to stave off elimination in 2005.

Manny Ramirez

One of the most consistent hitters of all-time, Ramirez predictably carried over his elite run production to October as well. A postseason attendee with the Indians, Red Sox, and Dodgers, Ramirez owns the record for most postseason home runs with 29, lifetime. He also places second all-time in postseason RBI (78) and total bases (223). He played a vital role in the Red Sox ending the “Curse of the Bambino” in 2004, winning World Series MVP after hitting .412 over the four-game sweep of the Cardinals.

Mariano Rivera

A very strong argument for Rivera as the most dominant postseason performer of all time could be made, and hard to argue against. Rivera converted an incredible 42 of 46 save attempts in postseason play, owning the record for both World Series and total playoff saves in the process. He allowed just 13 runs over 141 innings and 96 career playoff appearances, good for an all-time record low 0.70 postseason ERA. Overall, he won five World Series titles, along with an ALCS and World Series MVP in the process.

Pete Rose

The unstoppable force of nature for both Cincinnati’s ‘Big Red Machine’ teams of the 70s and for the Philadelphia Phillies of the early 80s, Rose reached the postseason eight times. Lifetime he walked away with three World Series titles and a .321 career average. He hit over .350 in seven different series, highlighted by his World Series MVP effort in 1975 when he hit .370 and contributed a game-tying single late in Game 7.

Babe Ruth

The biggest question is not IF Ruth should be on the list, but WHICH version of the Babe was greater? As the big-swinging, Sultan of Swat for the Yankees, Ruth was a lifetime .347 hitter with 15 home runs in World Series play, leading the Yankees to their first four championships. However, prior to that, he was one of the great early pitchers in postseason history for the Boston Red Sox, going 3-0 with a 0.87 ERA in route to two titles there as well. No matter how you slice it, Ruth was an October legend of rare approach.

Pablo Sandoval

A solid contributor during the regular season, the affable “Panda” became one of the most dangerous and timely clutch performers of all time in postseason play. A lifetime .338 postseason hitter overall, Sandoval took things to the next level in World Series play, hitting .426 over 50 plate appearances, with a 1.162 OPS. In Game 1 of the 2012 World Series, he joined Babe Ruth, Reggie Jackson, and Albert Pujols on a select list of players with three homers in a World Series game, in route to claiming series MVP.

Curt Schilling

The “Bloody Sock” game in 2004 is the most notable moment of his postseason career, where he helped to keep the surging Red Sox alive and set the table for the first 3-0 series comeback win in history. However, there are few with a better all-around body of work in October than Schilling. A three-time World Series winner, Schilling posted an 11-2 lifetime postseason record, with a 2.23 ERA and 120 strikeouts over 133.1 innings. He was MVP of the 1993 NLCS with the Phillies and then 2001 World Series MVP with the Diamondbacks.

John Smoltz

With a lifetime 15-4 postseason record, while he was just one leg of the Braves Hall of Fame trio of starting arms, Smoltz set himself apart from the pack in the playoffs. Smoltz owned a career ERA south of 3.00 in every stage of postseason play, is the all-time leader in LCS strikeouts with 89, and is tied for the all-time lead in NLCS wins with six. His most memorable postseason moment came in 1991 when he carried a shutout into the eighth inning of Game 7 of the World Series against Jack Morris in one of the great postseason duels of all time.

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