Live NLDS updates: SF Giants can eliminate Dodgers in Game 4

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Who pitched Game 4 for the Dodgers?

Updated 5 hours ago. Walker Buehler will be the Los Angeles Dodgers' starting pitcher Tuesday night in a must-win Game 4 of the National League Division Series against San Francisco. NBC Southern CaliforniaDodgers Turn to Walker Buehler in Must-Win NLDS Game 4 Against Giants

What channel is the Giants and Dodgers game on tonight?

What TV channel is Dodgers vs. Giants on? The game will air on TBS. USA TODAYDodgers vs. Giants NLDS Game 4: Time, TV channel, how to watch, live stream, starting pitchers for Tuesday

What channel is the NLDS on?

You can live stream NLDS Game 4 on TBS.com and the TBS App. USA TODAYBraves vs. Brewers NLDS Game 4: Time, how to watch, TV channel, live stream, starting pitchers for Tuesday

Who won the NLDS game last night?

The Giants on Monday night defeated the Dodgers 1-0 to take a 2-1 lead in the NLDS. Evan Longoria's solo home run in the fifth proved to be the difference as starters Max Scherzer and Alex Wood dueled and the bullpens and defenses proved tough to break through. The AthleticDodgers vs Giants score: NLDS Game 3 live updates, results, highlights as Evan Longoria's solo HR gives SF series lead

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San Francisco Chronicle 12 October, 2021 - 11:20pm

Sunday's matinee against the Cowboys quickly turned into something of a horror flick for the Giants.

First, New York lost running back Saquon Barkley to a freak ankle injury. Then, late in the second quarter, quarterback Daniel Jones exited after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit. Jones was subsequently diagnosed with a concussion and ruled out during halftime, as was receiver Kenny Golladay, who suffered a knee injury at some point during the first half.

To round things out, rookie wideout Kadarius Toney's monster day (10 receptions, 189 yards) was marred by a lower leg injury, as well as an ejection for throwing a punch at Cowboys safety Damontae Kazee. New York's 44-20 loss added further insult to its injuries.

Golladay is expected to miss Week 6's game against the Rams and maybe another game with a knee injury, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, but it's looked at as a major relief as the initial fear was it was a major injury.

On Monday, coach Joe Judge addressed the status of his injured players. In regard to Barkley, Judge said his X-rays came back "with better news than it could've been. A little bit of a sigh of relief," according to SNY.

Judge added that Barkley is still being evaluated, but New York hopes it "dodged a couple of bullets." He also said that Jones is in concussion protocol and that the team will wait patiently and "get the other guys ready." The QB's status will likely be known by the end of the week.

As for Toney, Judge said he doesn't think his injury is "anything significant, in terms of season-ending." Toney echoed Judge's remarks during his media session, saying simply, "I'm good."

With the new injuries further damaging an offense that was already in flux, Toney's importance to the unit increases exponentially, especially with Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton still out due to hamstring injuries. Keeping this in mind, the reckless behavior he displayed against Dallas must be dealt with and eradicated early.

After sharing that he apologized to Judge and his teammates, Toney said he should be held accountable for his actions and assured everyone that the punch was "a one-time thing."

"With little kids looking up to me, it's not an example I want to set," he said before adding, "I'm a rookie, making early mistakes. Just got to learn off it and build off it."

For a team dealing with so many ailments, it would be ideal if Week 5 is the last time the Giants are involved in situations that hurt the team in other ways. We'll see if a week of rehab and film review give them a boost entering their Week 6 clash with the 4-1 Rams.

Tom Cruise and son Connor attend baseball game in rare public appearance

TODAY 12 October, 2021 - 11:20pm

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The Hollywood star and son Connor, 26, went to the San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers playoff game at Oracle Park in San Francisco on Saturday night.

The Cruises may have been a good luck charm for the visiting team, too, as the Dodgers won 9-2 to even their National League Division Series at one game apiece. The Giants then won Monday in Game 3, giving San Francisco a one-game lead.

Cruise shares Connor with ex-wife Nicole Kidman. They also have daughter Isabella, 28. Cruise has daughter Suri, 15, with ex-wife Katie Holmes.

People generally don’t see Connor too often — he last posted a picture on Instagram in April when he was out deep-sea fishing.

Tom and Connor were also spotted together in London in 2019, where movie star dad was showing his son “some aviation basics,” according to People.

Fans have also not seen much of his dad recently, either. His long-awaited “Top Gun: Maverick” has been pushed back from its original release date of June 2020 until May 2022.

While moviegoers will have to wait to see him in the film, co-star Jon Hamm said it will be a real treat.

“I loved it,” he said on TODAY in September 2020. “It’s everything you hope it’s going to be. It’s everything I hoped it is going to be, and Tom obviously is perfect in it and amazing.”

Drew Weisholtz is a reporter for TODAY Digital, focusing on pop culture, nostalgia and trending stories. He has seen every episode of “Saved by the Bell” at least 50 times, longs to perfect the crane kick from “The Karate Kid” and performs stand-up comedy, while also cheering on the New York Yankees and New York Giants. A graduate of Rutgers University, he is the married father of two kids who believe he is ridiculous.

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