Blue Faces Braves In Game 3 Of NLDS

The Dodgers are in Atlanta tonight to face the Braves in Game Three of the National League Division Series.  Braves manager Brian Snitker says his offense is finding it difficult to put together hits.

"It's not, you know, one guy, it's a complete team thing right now as far as a lack of offense. You can't blame any one person, I mean it's just our whole lineup is having a hard time struggling offensively right now," Snitker said. 

First pitch is set for 5:07 p.m. PST. The Dodgers are just one win away from another trip to the National League Championship Series since they lead the best-of-five series set two games-to-none. 

Walker Buelher is set to start for the Dodgers while Sean Newcomb takes the hill for the Braves Sunday night. The winner of the NLDS will have to face the Milwaukee Brewers or the Colorado Rockies in the National League Championship Series. 

Current Braves shortstop and former Dodger Charlie Culberson said his mentality is to win game 3, and take it from there. 

"We weren't thinking we're going to go home get down to 0-2. But we can't look to winning the series yet. We've got to look to winning game three first," Culberson said. 

Braves center fielder Ender Inciarte agrees, saying the team needs to get ready for today's game at SunTrust stadium. 

"You've just got to forget about what happened and come back with a mentality for next games," Inciarte said. 

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