1B,3B - LAD
Edwin Rios went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in the Dodgers 10-2 loss to the Braves in Game 4 of the NLCS.
Rios was responsible for all of LA's offensive output as they only mustered three hits and two runs in the lopsided defeat. He gave the Dodgers an early 1-0 lead with a solo tater off of Bryse Wilson in the third inning and picked up his second RBI in the seventh with a sacrifice fly. LA now faces elimination in a crucial Game 5 on Friday.
The Dodgers added Edwin Rios (groin) to their NLCS roster.
The team also added LHP Alex Wood while removing Gavin Lux and Terrance Gore. Rios wasn't on the NLDS roster due to a groin strain but he took batting practice on Sunday and is good to go. He'll serve in a pinch-hitting role against the Braves.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says that Edwin Rios (groin) has improved, but the team has not yet made a decision about whether or not he will be on the NLCS roster.
Rios suffered a groin strain during a recent team workout and was left off the NLDS roster. The 26-year-old could be a valuable bench bat if he's able to contribute in the Championship Series beginning Monday.
Edwin Rios went 1-for-1 with a pinch-hit, solo home run in Saturday's win over the Angels.
Rios has gone deep in consecutive games, and is up to eight on the season. He's been useful for the Dodgers in a reserve role, batting .253 with 17 RBI and a .958 OPS in 75 at-bats.
Edwin Rios homered in his only at-bat during Wednesday's loss to the Athletics.
Rios pinch hit for Justin Turner in the eighth inning and tied things up with a solo homer. Rios has six homers this year, to go along with a .236/.291/.569 slash line.