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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 16 October 2009 18:46

With J.A. Happ walking Andre Either in a baseball loaded jam, Russell Martin crossed the plate to give the Dodgers a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the 8th. It was all the Dodgers would need to sucure the win and ties the NLCS at 1-1.

There were no controversial calls, as was also the case in Game 1 of the NLCS, a far cry from what occurred in the LDS when there were three.

With the LDS, there has been more attention spent on the umpires. Here are the umpires for Game 1 of the ALCS and the positions, along with the NLCS umpires and their positions from Game 2 of today's NLCS:

  • GAME 1 - ALCS UMPIRES (with locations)

HP: Randy Marsh*, 1B: Bruce Dreckman, 2B: Sam Holbrook, 3B: Ted Barrett, LF: Tom Hallion, RF: Gary Cederstrom

  • GAME 2 - NLCS UMPIRES (with locations)

HP: Bruce Dreckman. 1B: Sam Holbrook. 2B: Ted Barrett. 3B: Tom Hallion. LF: Gary Cederstrom. RF: Randy Marsh

* Crew chief





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