Braves vs. Dodgers score update, NLDS Game 4: Atlanta, Los Angeles remain in 2-2 tie

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Through six innings in Los Angeles, the Dodgers (at least the ones not named Carl Crawford) and Braves aren't displaying a whole lot of offensive fireworks.

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves remain in a 2-2 tie after six innings in Game 4 of the National League Division Series on Monday.

Braves starter Freddy Garcia hasn't been able to figure out Carl Crawford, who is 2-for-2 with a pair of home runs, a walk and a stolen base. However, the 37-year-old right-hander has silenced the rest of the Dodgers' lineup. He has scattered eight hits in six innings but has racked up six strikeouts and surrendered only two walks. After 101 pitches, his night is likely over.

Clayton Kershaw endured a rough fourth inning in what has otherwise resembled one of his typical starts. Miscues by first baseman Adrian Gonzalez contributed to a pair of unearned runs on Kershaw's line, but he's limited the Braves to three hits and a walk while punching out six batters in six frames.

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