Bring attention to his heroics in the postseason and World Series.

At just 20 years old, Urías made history by becoming the youngest starting pitcher in NLCS history. Though he took the loss in Game 4, his presence and poise at such a young age were notable and set the stage for future postseason success. 

 Urías played a critical role out of the bullpen in the 2018 NLCS. In Game 7, he pitched a perfect inning to help secure the Dodgers’ victory and advance to the World Series. His ability to handle high-pressure situations was on full display.

 In Game 7 of the 2020 NLCS, Urías was instrumental in the Dodgers' comeback victory. He pitched three perfect innings of relief, earning the save and sending the Dodgers to the World Series. His calm and dominant performance was key to the Dodgers overcoming a 3-1 series deficit.

 Urías started Game 4 of the 2020 World Series, delivering a solid performance. He pitched 4.2 innings, allowing two runs and striking out nine. His efforts kept the Dodgers competitive in a game they ultimately lost in a wild finish.  

Urías played a pivotal role in securing the Dodgers’ first World Series title in 32 years. Coming out of the bullpen, he pitched 2.1 perfect innings to close out the game, including a dominant 1-2-3 ninth inning. His composure and effectiveness under pressure were critical in clinching the championship.

In the decisive Game 5 of the 2021 NLDS, Urías again showcased his versatility and reliability. Starting the game, he pitched four innings, allowing one run and striking out five. The Dodgers won the game in a dramatic fashion, with Urías's performance laying a strong foundation.

 Although the Dodgers fell short in the 2021 NLCS, Urías had notable moments, including his start in Game 4. Despite taking the loss, his ability to contribute both as a starter and a reliever highlighted his importance to the team.

Over his postseason career, Urías has consistently delivered under pressure. His combined efforts as both a starter and reliever have resulted in a strong playoff resume, with an ERA around 3.52 in postseason play, demonstrating his reliability and clutch performance when it matters most.