The brooms were out in Phoenix Wednesday evening as the Los Angeles Dodgers were eliminated from World Series contention by the Arizona Diamondbacks by a score of 4 to 2 in Game 3 of the NLDS.
For the third time in as many games, the Arizona Diamondbacks shellacked a Dodgers starting pitcher.
Lance Lynn got the start in Game 3 after both Clayton Kershaw and Bobby Miller were walloped by the D-Backs in their starts.
Lynn made it further than both of his teammates, but gave up four homeruns in six at-bats in the third inning before being pulled by manager Dave Roberts.
The four homeruns in a single inning by a single team was the most in MLB postseason history.
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