The Washington Nationals' postseason strategy of milking as many outs as possible out of their front-of-the-line starters hit a snag in Game 3 in the National League Division Series. The snag being that when the Los Angeles Dodgers' bats wake up, it may not matter who is pitching. The Dodgers pounded the Nats for seven runs in the sixth inning, changing the tempo of both this game and perhaps the series, as L.A. earned a 10-4 win and took a 2-1 series advantage.