Last but not least, the Dodgers are set to begin their final series of the season as they take on the Rockies in the first of six games heading into the postseason. The Dodgers struggled early on against the Rockies losing two of their first three series but came back strong sweeping in their third series.
The Dodgers currently hold the season series 8-5 and will look to continue their dominance on their NL West rivals who have been eliminated from playoffs. The Dodgers currently sit at 108 wins and in this series look to be the first team to reach at-least 110 wins since the 1927 Yankees.
If all goes right, the Dodgers can tie the 1998 Yankees with 114 wins for third most all-time (via Baseball Almanac).
Clayton Kershaw draws the start for the Dodgers in game one who is coming off a 6-2 win against the Cardinals on Saturday where he delivered strikeouts and gave up two earned runs in 6.0 innings, good enough to record his 10th win on the season. The last time Kershaw faced the Rockies resulted in a 5-3 loss where he gave up three earned runs.
Chad Kuhl draws the start for the Rockies who currently is posting a 5.42 ERA on the season.
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The Dodgers lineup stays virtually the same with the only changeup in the rotation replacing Austin Barnes with Gavin Lux. Lux last appeared Wednesday in the franchise record setting win against the Padres recording zero hits in four at-bats.
The Dodgers first pitch is scheduled for 7:10 PM and can be watched on SNLA or listened through radio broadcast on AM570 and KTNQ. Dodgers look to continue their franchise record setting win count as they go for 109.
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