​The Los Angeles Dodgers were embarrassed at home on Monday night in ​Game 3 of the NLCS after coming off a huge Game 2 win in Milwaukee. The Brewers came to town and blanked them 4-0, and it was anything but pretty.


If you need a little summary of ​how the evening went for the defending NL champs, look no further:

And that performance has prompted some criticism from veteran Dodger Kiké Hernandez, who had plenty to say about not just his team, but the fans at Dodger Stadium.


This should be some good old motivation for Game 4, right?

Ouch. Here's his full assessment of what went down at Chavez Ravine:

Yikes.


He's got a point, though. The crowd had seemingly made it a point to rag on beleaguered catcher Yasmani Grandal in the midst of his dreadful postseason performance. Really? Is he the only one? The Dodgers scored ZERO runs in Game 3 against Jhoulys Chacin and the Brewers bullpen. LA needed a miraculous comeback in Game 2 to survive. Clayton Kershaw once again got rocked in Game 1. While Grandal is certainly a problem, this entire team needs to look in the mirror.

Grandal has never been a game-breaking hitter for the Dodgers (he bats .240 for his career), so the fans shouldn't be shocked he's not producing on the offensive side. While the defensive side poses a problem, this is also nothing new.

Maybe the fair-weather LA fans need to wake up and smell the coffee?