The Los Angeles Dodgers had a frustrating Monday evening, losing 4-0 to the Brewers in Game 3 of the NLCS. They now face a 2-1 series deficit with Game 4 going Tuesday evening in L.A., and at least one member of the Dodgers wants more from the hometown fans.

“We had no energy,” Hernandez said, according to Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times. “The stadium had no energy. The fans had no energy. Overall, it was a pretty bad game for everybody who calls themselves Dodgers.”

Losing is frustrating enough, but the Dodgers were extra salty about being shut out. They threatened to get back in the game on numerous occasions, only to always fall short in the big moments.

“It was a playoff game, and it didn’t feel like a playoff game,” he added. “Not just because of the fans, but because of how we were playing the game … We sucked. That’s why we lost.”

Hernandez went 0-for-2 with a walk, but much of the blame was being directed to starting catcher Yasmani Grandal. Not only has he been ineffective at the plate, but he’s allowed numerous runs to score on passed balls. Grandal was showered with boos in his own stadium on Monday. It’s gotten so bad that the Dodgers have already announced that backup catcher Austin Barnes will be starting Game 4.

However, Hernandez was quick to stick up for his teammate.

“If they think they can do it, go ahead, put on your gear, and go catch 99 with breaking balls that have a lot of movement,” Hernandez said, according to Alden Gonzalez of ESPN. “He’s been one of the best catchers in the game for a while now. He’s having a bit of a rough patch.”

Game 4 will feature the Dodgers starting Rich Hill, while the Brewers turn to Gio Gonzalez.