LOS ANGELES — Now for something completely different for the Dodgers: A fresh October Clayton Kershaw. That should make the difference in the Dodgers’ NLCS battle with the defending world champion Cubs, who chewed up most of their starting pitching to get past the cursed Nationals in an ugly NLDS. The Dodgers breezed past the...
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