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In retrospect, it’s curious the Dodgers were ever in the position they found themselves last month. The reasons they were in danger of missing the postseason remain a mystery, something worth looking into over this winter to ensure they don’t underperform to that degree again. The Dodgers had...

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It was old school. It was throwback. It was lovely. On the mound, a giant threw for nearly three hours, no hook, no help, just curves and heat and heart. At the plate, the home run was replaced with hustle, big swings became blunt pokes, no clubbing, all creating. On an old-fashioned autumnal...

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Max Muncy stood at the plate one botched swing away from what would have been his third strikeout of the game. But this time, he knew what to do. In his third at-bat against Brewers pitcher Brandon Woodruff on Wednesday, Muncy finally understood the pitch mix Woodruff employed. He had tried and...

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Manny Machado was fined $10,000 by Major League Baseball for an incident that sparked a benches-clearing spat between the Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series on Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the situation. Machado was not suspended and...

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Dave Roberts dispelled any uncertainty minutes before the Dodgers unveiled an atypical lineup for public consumption — and the accompanying intense scrutiny — on Wednesday morning. Austin Barnes was, indeed, his starting catcher for Game 5 of the National League Championship Series, meaning...

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Manny Machado has been fined by Major League Baseball for the incident that sparked a bench-clearing event Tuesday at Dodger Stadium. Machado was fined $10,000. The league does not announce player discipline beyond suspensions, but the fine was confirmed to The Times by a person familiar with the...

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The roar returned. The building jumped. The fans forgave. A day after Enrique Hernandez criticized the Dodger Stadium crowd for its lack of energy, hours after he apologized for that critique, Chavez Ravine was filled Tuesday with the noisy joy of amends. Fans were chanting, “Let’s Go...

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Brian Dozier takes advantage of rare start, knocking in first run for Dodgers

The playoffs might come around every year for the Dodgers. They have not come around every year for the 25 men currently representing the Dodgers. Of the nine players in the starting lineup Tuesday, Yasiel Puig was the only one who has played on each one of the Dodgers’ six consecutive division...

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