With one win remaining until winning the World Series, manager Dave Roberts predicted a "all-out war."
In a video interview with reporters on the 27th (Korea time), Roberts said, "It's not an 'end-to-end match,' but he has a mindset of using every possible means. All but Julio Urias and Game 7 starter Walker Buehler can come out," he said.
"Gon Solin is a starting pitcher," he said after forewarning Tony Gonzalein as a starter in Game 6. He is a pitcher who can catch both left and right batters. The players waiting behind will also be helpful, but we'll leave them as much as possible until he can't throw effectively," he said, adding that he doesn't plan to use them as an opener like in Game 2.
"This is the mound where he rest and comes out the most, and it's also the one where he can best keep his routine," he said, expecting that he will be able to show a different side of himself than before.
He also expressed caution against his opponent's starter Blake Snell. "He's a great pitcher. He is overwhelming in fastballs, and he is also a pitcher who throws strikes with a breaking ball. be equipped with the highest level of pitching It will be a close race. The team that plays crucial games will win," he said, signaling a difficult match.
If the Dodgers add one more win, it will be their first World Series title since 1988. Roberts said, "We want to keep our own record in the history of the Dodgers. It's coming," he said, expressing his desire to win.
The Dodgers' squad, like on the last day off, lightly warmed up with only a few pitchers playing catch on the field without official training. According to Roberts, the squad is scheduled to hold a barbecue party at their accommodation in the evening. "Everyone is excited about the news that a barbecue party will be held in the isolated accommodation," Roberts explains.