The Los Angeles Dodgers entered Wednesday down 2-0 to the Atlanta Braves in the 2020 NLCS, but they aren’t going to go down without a fight this year.

In the first inning alone in Game 3 on Wednesday, the Dodgers hit three home runs—including a grand slam—to blow the game wide open.

The Dodgers have a history of playing really well in the regular season and then choking in the playoffs. Fans of the team have been getting déjà vu already since the club lost the first two games of the series at home.

However, it looks like we can’t count out this year’s Dodgers just yet, something we haven’t been able to say in past years.

The Dodgers are looking to get to the World Series for the first time since 2018. L.A. lost to the Boston Red Sox in four games that year.

11 runs is the new postseason record for the most runs in a single inning, per Bleacher Report.

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The Dodgers still have work to do against the Braves, but it appears they will win Game 3 barring a historic collapse.

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