See, Astros? 3 out of 4 of the playoff series' are currently tied. Three out of four of the teams that won Game 1 gave the other team a chance by, well, being NOT AS GOOD during the second game. So maybe you should think about this today in Chicago. The White Sox maybe want to win a game too, you know?
Anyway. The Braves evened things up in Milwaukee behind Max Fried, who somehow had the stronger performance over Brandon Woodruff, who had the better regular season. Meanwhile, big moments came from the usual heroes like Austin Riley, Freddie Freeman and Ozzie Albies. Even Eddie Rosario is hitting relatively well so far this postseason, recapturing his power numbers from his peak Twins years. Heading to Atlanta tomorrow night, things are looking even and exciting, and it could go either way at this point.
Heading back to LA, this one could also go either way. I am more worried about how the home crowd may affect the Giants than the Brewers, but some wild things are gonna happen tomorrow night either way.
ALDS Game 3s today. Go White Sox. Please.