Home Sports Redskin Dodgers use momentum of all kinds to dominate Braves in Game 3... SportsRedskin Dodgers use momentum of all kinds to dominate Braves in Game 3 of NLCS October 15, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver is credited with coining a phrase that has lived on in clubhouses for decades: Momentum is only as good as the next day’s starting pitcher. Here’s a maxim for the new age: Momentum is only as good as the replay coordinator. After two muted National League Championship Series games, the Dodgers broke out with a historic first inning in Wednesday’s Game 3. What flipped the switch was, improbably, an early decision to review a close call. Mookie Betts swung at the game’s first pitch and took off for first base. Atlanta’s Freddie Freeman reached to his left to field the throw and caught it just as Betts’ left foot touched the base. The initial call was out, but Dodgers replay coordinator Chad Chop recommended that manager Dave Roberts challenge it. Game 2’s first inning featured a similar play: Freeman lunged forward to field a throw from third but kept his right foot tethered to… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Panic meter on the Bills, priorities at the trade deadline: Midseason mailbag [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – Watching the WFT beat up on imploding Cowboys squad made Washington fans feel better Seahawks-49ers: Prediction, keys and who’s to blame for worst defense in years MLB Photos of the Week: Oct. 30, 2020 Brandon Spikes’ new role: Helping NFL players realize when it’s time to move on [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – 10 greatest in-season turnarounds in Washington Football Team history Joe Willock offers Arsenal something different Panthers’ Teddy Bridgewater showed guts, but fell flat in fourth quarter again Falcons’ defense finally shows up in the clutch to hold off Panthers [Clutchpoints] – Cowboys’ Andy Dalton hit by Jon Bostic gets ‘Burfict treatment’ if it was Patrick Mahomes, claims Greg McElroy The pressers, the creators and the target men: Who is in Chelsea’s best attack? The two Wolves: Dour in the first half, entertainers in the second LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.