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Power hitting? Solid relievers? These aren't your father's Dodgers

The Dodgers played Friday night how they played the entire season. It was unconventional. It was scary at times. You know what else it was? It was working. Evidently, the hocus pocus Manager Dave Roberts used to navigate a 162-game schedule can be effective in October. How the Dodgers earned a...
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