MLB's two best teams, one epic finale? Answering tonight's biggest Giants-Dodgers questions

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Alden Gonzalez

CloseESPN Staff WriterJoined ESPN in 2016 to cover the Los Angeles Rams Previously covered the Angels for

Tim Keown

CloseESPN Senior WriterSenior Writer for ESPN The Magazine Columnist for Author of five books (3 NYT best-sellers)

Including the postseason, the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers have each won 109 games. Tonight, only the 110th win matters.

The National League Division Series between the NL West champion Giants and the defending World Series champion Dodgers comes down to a deciding Game 5 at San Francisco’s Oracle Park.

Ahead of the grand finale, ESPN baseball experts Alden Gonzalez and Tim Keown tackle some of the key questions about the series so far — and what it might mean for the clincher.

Has this NLDS lived up to the hype — and will tonight’s finale surpass it?

Gonzalez: It’s pretty incredible that we’re four games into this series and have yet to experience a single lead change. But that doesn’t take away from how tense these games have felt. Big, series-altering moments have been sprinkled throughout, but they have been subtle. Like Logan Webb recording an out on a slow roller up the first-base line in the eighth inning of Game 1, atoning

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