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Dodgers NLDS: The Padres Go All-In On Rally Goose

In what turned into a truly eventful evening, the Padres came out on top in a narrow 5-3 victory to tie the series 1-1. Brusdar Graterol made an incredible play and the Dodgers struggled to score with runners in scoring position, but the story of the night belongs to the goose who crash landed in Dodgers Stadium.

The goose was ready to jump start what was supposed to be a Dodgers rally, but soon turned into a Padres rally despite providing great material for baseball fans around the world. The Padres however are taking any upper advantage they can get and will follow the superstitions of allowing the goose to rally the Padres.

Win at all costs truly takes on a whole new meaning with the new goose decorations around the stadium. It also makes it that much more fitting that the Dodgers have “Goose” Tony Gonsolin starting on the mound that may play spoils to their rally cries. 

The Dodgers will need to come up with their own bag of tricks as they look to take back home field advantage on their NL West rival foes. The Dodgers have question marks through the pitching unit and have made changes to their starting lineup in hopes of that doing the trick.

Now in arguably the biggest game of the season for the team, the Dodgers will look to get back to the dominance displayed throughout the regular season on the Padres and show why they were the team to beat coming into the postseason.

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