As the noted philosopher from Doraville, Ronnie Hammonds, said:

I’m not gonna let it bother me tonight.
I’m not gonna let it bother me tonight.
The world is in an uproar and I fear there’s no end in sight,
But I’m not gonna let it bother me tonight, NOT TONIGHT.

I won’t take this time to get into the seasonal retrospectives other than to thank Mr. Copenhaver (as successor to Mac and Alex R, also known as “another Alex R.”) for keeping the house alive. Still a great virtual bar.

Mike Foltynewicz came back on his 4th day after having only thrown around 55 pitches on Thursday. Good managing by Snit. If it is win or go home, if you have a pitcher who can pitch really a whole lot better than anybody else and he can be solid enough to go, that is who you pitch.

Yes, The Trolley Dodgers got 1 in the first. A two out walk followed by a double and a strikeout. Then it stayed that way until the 4th.

Johan Camargo and Tyler Flowers both walked. Ender Inciarte bunted them up. Charlie Culberson hit a ground ball, but right at Justin Turner. Two outs and no advance. Snit pulled Folty for a pinch hitter. Kurt Suzuki got a single and the Braves led.

The Dodgers got 2 to go ahead in the 6th and 3 to make it almost impossible in the 7th.

And thus it ended, but wait until next year.