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LOS ANGELES -- In judging Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia by his putrid offensive stat line from the 2018 regular season, one wouldn't really be getting the full story. He's actually, at least right now, a good offensive player. It was on display in the top of the seventh inning in Game 3 of the NLCS, when he went deep to give the Brewers two very important insurance runs in a 4-0 victory

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That shot allowed for Brewers manager Craig Counsell to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. That's huge and Arcia had a big hand in it. 

Actually, Arcia would have played a significant part in a Game 2 Brewers win, had the bullpen not blown the lead in taking the loss. 

Arcia got the Brewers on the board first with a shot to center field off of Hyun-Jin Ryu, who had been in complete control until that very swing. Ryu would then allow a hit to Wade Miley and a double to Lorenzo Cain and he was done, just like that. Arcia started the rally that got into the Dodgers' bullpen. 

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AT&T Time Warner Deal Raises Specter Of AOL Time Warner Deal

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AT&T Time Warner Deal Raises Specter Of AOL Time Warner Deal

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AT&T Time Warner Deal Raises Specter Of AOL Time Warner Deal

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AT&T Time Warner Deal Raises Specter Of AOL Time Warner Deal