Do the Brewers Have the Starting Pitching to Stop the Dodgers?

On Friday night, the Dodgers will send Clayton Kershaw, the greatest pitcher of his generation, to the mound in Milwaukee to open the NLCS. The three-time Cy Young winner and 2014 NL MVP is coming off an eight-inning shutout of the Braves in the Division Series, allowing only three baserunners all night. His stuff has taken a step down from his prime, but he's still the kind of pitcher most general managers would sacrifice family members for to get on the hill in a playoff game. To oppose the mighty Kershaw, the Brewers will send out their own ace: a 30-year-old righthander who throws 90 mph and is on his fifth team in the last four seasons. Jhoulys Chacin is no one's idea of a front-line starter.

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