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Giants Show Postseason Mojo in Stunning Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers

Throughout most of the second half, the San Francisco Giants have been cursed by black magic rather than blessed by the strange magic that led them to World Series titles in 2010, 2012 and 2014. But if Saturday is any indication, they may finally have a handle on that strange magic once again. Once the St. Louis Cardinals dispatched the Pittsburgh Pirates earlier Saturday afternoon, the Giants knew they needed a win over the Los Angeles Dodgers to keep their one-game lead for the National League's second wild card spot.
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