"The fans had no energy", Hernandez told the Los Angeles Times. "I know Yasmani is trying and he prepares and it doesn't feel good to get booed, but he's going to go out there and prepare again".
A free agent after this season who could attract attention from the Mets, among others, the veteran catcher was on the bench for Game 4 of the NLCS at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday following a night in which his recent struggles were magnified.
At one point, a smattering of them began "We want Austin!" chants as a plea for Barnes to replace him, which teammate Enrique Hernandez did not appreciate. "Catchers have a lot going on".
Still, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has chose to make a change for Game 4, the same change he made between Games 1 and 2 in Milwaukee. This time, however, Gonzalez lasted only one inning. Travis Shaw tripled and scored on a wild pitch in the sixth. He made a start in the NLDS round, throwing 4 1/3 innings and allowing two runs versus the Braves.
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"If they think that they can do it, then go ahead, put on your gear and go catch 99 with breaking balls that have a lot of movement", Hernandez said.
Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal continues to turn in one of the most eye-poppingly disgusting postseason series in recent memory. "He's having a little bit of a rough patch, which we all - as humans, as baseball players - go through". "And they're passionate. They want to win".
The Dodgers started Austin Barnes behind the plate with Rich Hill on the mound for Game 4. "Overall, it was a pretty bad game for everybody who calls themselves Dodgers". However, after returning to the dugout, Counsell and his trainer came back onto the field before Gonzalez faced Dodgers catcher Austin Barnes and removed the lefty from the contest.
"We trust J.J.to get big outs for us", Brewers manager Craig Counsell said.