The Los Angeles Dodgers did not use left-handed pitcher Julio Urias out of the bullpen in the Game 2 World Series loss to the Rays on Wednesday, lining him up to start Game 4 on Saturday. The Dodgers will roll with Walker Buehler, Urias and Clayton Kershaw in Games 3, 4 and 5, respectively. Urias, 24, has been one of the Dodgers most consistent pitchers in the playoffs this year, going 4-0 with a 0.56 ERA, 16 strikeouts and three walks in 16 innings. Opponents have hit just .125 against him, and the only earned run he's allowed came on a solo home run. Manager Dave Roberts may trust him more than any other pitcher on the team right now. He'll be a solid DFS choice this Saturday if he can keep his pitch count low and go deep into the game.