Center fielder Gavin Lux has come through when the Dodgers need it the most on and off the field.
After being denied a score-tying home run in Game 3 of the NLDS on Monday, Gavin Lux excels at the plate in Game 4 to help ensure a 7-2 win over the Giants.
Everyone in Dodger Stadium on Monday night thought Gavin Lux had tied the game in the ninth, including the man who caught the final out.
The chances of Gavin Lux hitting a ball that hard, at that angle and it not leaving the yard are very, very slim.
Evan Longoria's fifth-inning homer off Max Scherzer stood as the only run Monday night as 15 mph wind gusts knocked down what Gavin Lux thought was a game-tying home run in the ninth and helped put the Dodgers on the brink of postseason elimination.