Hernandez Apologizes After Criticizing Quiet Dodgers Fans

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Grandal let his third passed ball in his last two starts get by him during the Dodgers' 4-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series.

Grandal allowed his third passed ball in two starts in the series and also couldn't corral Walker Buehler's sixth-inning breaking ball in the dirt (scored a wild pitch) that allowed infielder Travis Shaw to score the Brewers' second run.

At the plate, the veteran catcher struck out three times, including once with the bases loaded in the ninth, and he left five runners on base.

Here they are. the celebrity Dodger fans who attended Monday's NLCS playoff game - and were part of the lethargic crowd that Kike Hernandez is partially blaming for the loss.

At every chance they got, the Dodger faithful let Grandal have it with chorus of boos, including chanting "We want Austin!"

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After the game, one player who was particularly frustrated was Kiké Hernandez.

The fact is, Grandal is struggling. "And they're passionate. They want to win. Austin will catch", Roberts said after the game. Gonzalez had a 4.21 ERA in 32 regular-season starts. However, after returning to the dugout, Counsell and his trainer came back onto the field before Gonzalez faced Dodgers catcher Austin Barnes and removed the lefty from the contest. I haven't done anything this series but that doesn't affect me that much as long as we win; last night we didn't and it got to me.

"He had a tough night and obviously the fans voiced their opinion", Roberts said.

"I think it's driving you guys more nuts than it's driving me", Grandal told reporters when questioned after the game (via the Orange County Register). "Not really. At any point, one swing can change the game". "Overall, it was a pretty bad game for everybody that calls themselves Dodgers".

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