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NLDS 2016: Keys for All 4 NL Teams to Win Game 2

In a best-of-five series, teams that lose the first game find themselves on high alert. There is little margin for error, and in the case of the Washington Nationals and the San Francisco Giants, both teams have plenty of work to do. Los Angeles at Washington, Game 2 (Los Angeles leads, 1-0) Washington dropped Game 1 of its National League Division Series at home to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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