The Dodgers only finished with five hits on the night, but did threaten late to make things interesting. Los Angeles loaded the bases against Jeremy Jeffress, but the reliever was able to get Brian Dozier and Yasmani Grandal on strikes to end the contest.
Brewers' slugger Orlando Arcia went deep for the third time this Postseason, and second straight contest, while Ryan Braun doubled home an early run off a Dodgers starter Walker Buehler. Travis Shaw also got in to the action with a triple, which led to him scoring from third on a wild pitch. Buehler had a nice outing outside of these knocks, as he struck out eight over seven innings.
The star from the Brewers' bullpen was Corey Knebel, who struck out four batters over 1.2 perfect innings. That included him striking out the side against Yasiel Puig, Grandal, and Enrique Hernandez in the seventh. Josh Hader also impressed, striking out David Freese and Matt Kemp on just eight pitches.
The series will stay Hollywood for Game 4 on Tuesday night, as Wade Miley will come off his impressive NLDS start to go against Clayton Kershaw. That game will have an early start of 2:09pm local time, as the Dodgers will look to even the series.