Watch: Dodgers' Hill calls for noise with giant cardboard sign

Rich Hill's doing whatever is necessary to push his Los Angeles Dodgers to a 2-0 lead in the NLDS.

Although Hill lasted just four innings in his Game 2 start against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the southpaw was more than ready to help his team in the final innings. To that point, Hill created a crude cardboard sign imploring Dodgers fans to make noise and displayed it in the dugout during the seventh inning.

The tactic worked: after Dodgers fans listened to Hill and increased the volume inside Chavez Ravine, reliever Brandon Morrow got the Dodgers out of the seventh inning with a 7-5 lead.

Watch: Dodgers' Hill calls for noise with giant cardboard sign
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