Dodgers' Kershaw undecided on opt-out

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The Brewers will start left-hander Wade Miley, who walked Cody Bellinger to open Game 5 before getting pulled in an interesting piece of strategy by manager Craig Counsell. Game 6 of the NLCS will take place Friday at Milwaukee, with Game 7 on Saturday, if necessary. Los Angeles had scored only two runs in the previous 27 innings and had struck out 38 times during that stretch. Machado said they go back to their days in the minors.

The defending NL champion Dodgers took a 3-2 advantage in the best-of-seven series as they aim to take part in consecutive World Series for the first time since 1977-78. Kershaw allowed two hits over eight shutout innings, struck out three and walked none in the best postseason outing of his career.

Overall he surrendered one earned run on three hits with two walks and nine strikeouts to rebound from his lackluster performance in Game 1, in which he was the losing pitcher.

"We're good for sure", Aguilar said.

The Dodgers didn't necessarily need a home run to get them out of their rut - they just needed to get someone on base and maybe, just maybe, they could find a way to advance him home. There were just two things the Dodgers could be sure of, two very important things, and that was that Kershaw allowed one run on three hits in a 5-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.

If Cubs fans had to wait over 100 years to watch their team win a World Series, then every Dodger fan in the area should leave their couches and get pumped for this game.

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The Brewers led 1-0 in the third on Lorenzo Cain's RBI double to deep center.

Orlando Arcia's throwing error led to the Dodgers scoring an unearned against Woodruff in the fifth that tied it 1-1. He used Miley for one hitter, a walk to leadoff man Cody Bellinger, and then hooked him for reliever Brandon Woodruff as the ballpark buzzed with disbelief.

Taylor connected on a 97 miles per hour four-seam fastball for an infield single and was able to take second on a throwing error by Milwaukee shortstop Orlando Arcia. Kenley Jansen, the Dodgers' third pitcher of the ninth, came in for the last two outs and the save. But a few moments later, Yasiel Puig singled to center, scoring Machado - making it 3-1 Los Angeles after six complete.

Major League Baseball's rules dictate that a player removed from the postseason roster must sit out the ensuing series.

Milwaukee's starters have tossed just 14 innings in the NLCS, the lowest total ever through five games, according to Elias Sports Bureau.

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