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Dodgers vs Rockies: Lineups, Pregame Matchups, and More for October 4

After winning the first two games, the Dodgers have now lost two in a row to the Rockies as they are two games away from the end of the regular season. Today marks the Dodgers being one week away until the start of the NLDS with the Dodgers securing home field advantage through the World Series.

Even with the return of Tony Gonsolin, who pitched 2.0 innings and gave up three hits with one earned run, the Dodgers were not able to overcome the 2-1 deficit Monday night. The Dodgers need to pick things up to carry some momentum heading into the playoffs as they will be off for the wildcard.

Hoping to bring some resurgence tonight will be Julio Urias making his final start of the regular season. The Cy Young hopeful currently leads the NL in ERA posting a 2.12 with a 17 -7 record, good enough to tie him for second place.

Urias has won four decisions in a row and had a resounding four strikeout with two earned runs game against the Rockies the last time he faced them in a 5-4 victory. Ryan Feltner draws the start for the Rockies.

Justin Turner and Austin Barnes make their way back into the lineup tonight. This will be their second time facing the Rockies this series in which both combined for just one hit and one RBI.

The first pitch is set for 7:10 PM and can be watched on SNLA or listened through radio broadcast on AM570 and KTNQ. Tune in tonight as the Dodgers get another crack at reaching win 111.

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