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Astros or Yankees: Who Is the Better World Series Matchup for Dodgers?

Heading into the deciding Game 7 of the 2017 ALCS on Saturday evening, the most popular talk among fans of the Dodgers seems to be revolving around which American League club provides the more favorable matchup for Los Angeles. 925 more words

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There's More Behind the Dodgers' World Series Run than Just a Hefty Payroll

So much is made of the Dodgers‘ payroll, and how they should be the best team in baseball, because they paid for it. This is a fair assessment, but it’s also so much more than that. 812 more words

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Goodnight, Chicago: Dodgers Beat Cubs 11-1, Head to World Series

CHICAGO—It was the kind of game and night that young players can only dream of. The Los Angeles Dodgers routed the Chicago Cubs 11-1 Thursday, to win the National League championship series, and advance to the World Series, against either the Houston Astros or the New York Yankees. 191 more words

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Kiké Hernandez Clobbers The Cubs To Clinch NLCS For Los Angeles

CHICAGO (AP)   —   Kiké Hernandez homered three times and drove in seven runs, and the Los Angeles Dodgers romped past the Chicago Cubs 11-1 on Thursday night behind Clayton Kershaw to reach the World Series for the first time in almost three decades. 349 more words

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Hernandez lights it up with three homers as Dodgers earn way to World Series

CHICAGO — Enrique Hernandez put a Hollywood ending on an L.A. story three decades in the making.

Fueled by Hernandez’s home run trilogy, Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers are finally going to the World Series. 929 more words

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Who Owns October (#WOO) Tallies Updated For October 19, 2017

So 40 years and a day after Reggie Jackson sunk the Dodgers with 3 homers, Enrique Hernandez picked the Dodgers on his back with 3 homers of his own. 491 more words

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Cubs Will Not Repeat As World Series Champs

CHICAGO (AP) — Enrique Hernandez put a Hollywood ending on an LA story three decades in the making.

Fueled by Hernandez’s home run trilogy, Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers are finally going to the World Series. 358 more words

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