In that series-clinching game, Hill pitched 4 1/3 innings, allowed two runs and four hits, struck out three and walked five.
He says he hasn't made a decision.
Down one run in the fifth inning of Game 5 on Wednesday, the Dodgers' backup catcher delivered perhaps the series' most consequential hit to date. He tweeted a lengthy statement on Tuesday, explaining that the Brewers took the Dodger crowd out of the game and that the Dodgers didn't give their fans reason to cheer. The Dallas native says he's grown up in the city, noting that he's gotten married and had two children during his years with the team. He started Games 2 and 3 and came off the bench in the 11th inning on Tuesday for Milwaukee. He said he was "really frustrated" following a 4-0 loss to the Brewers on Monday night.More news: Video shows woman abandon friend's toddler on Texas doorstep
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Whenever a player mentions the home fans, it never ends well. "His interaction with the fans is top-level, so I know he felt bad that it was kind of received that way".
The Dodgers had played 50 postseason games at Dodger Stadium since they were last shut out there, when Hall of Famer Steve Carlton and Al Holland combined on a seven-hitter in the Philadelphia Phillies 1-0 victory over the Dodgers in Game 1 of the 1983 NLCS. Austin Barnes is starting at catcher for the second straight game while Yasmani Grandal continues to struggle. They want the best out of all of us, especially in the postseason.
The Astros (down 3-1), on the other hand, had better count their lucky stars if they want a chance at going double with the Dodgers.