Watch: Julio Urias calls out teammate for not diving during NLCS

By , Audacy Sports

Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias appeared to express his disapproval with a teammate's effort during Game 4 of the NLCS on Wednesday night.

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The star pitcher raised his arms in frustration in the third inning, when a bloop RBI single to center field off the bat of Atlanta's Joc Pederson allowed the Braves to extend their lead to 4-0.

Urias apparently wanted center fielder Gavin Lux to lay out for the softly hit pop-fly.

Lux is in an infielder by trade who has been pressed into outfield duties down the stretch and into the postseason due to injuries.

Urias' stunt won't win him any favors in the clubhouse, but then again the ball did appear to be catchable. In the crucible of the playoffs, it's understandable how his emotions got the better of him.

The incident turned heads on social media, where baseball fans and journalists were quick to weigh in.

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