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As popular Dodgers exit, Stan Kasten reminds that it's about winning
As popular Dodgers exit, Stan Kasten reminds that it's about winning

SAN DIEGO — The Dodgers open the 2015 season at Dodger Stadium, against the San Diego Padres. The cheers will be long and loud for one of the Padres' outfielders, a guy by the name of Matt Kemp. The Dodgers dispatched two of their most popular players — Kemp and second baseman Dee Gordon — in their frenzied makeover this week. Their major league roster got older, and not necessarily better. The Dodgers won 94 games last season, more than all but one club in the National League. Of the first five batters in the Dodgers' lineup in their last playoff game, three — Gordon, Kemp and shortstop Hanley Ramirez — are gone. So is General Manager Ned...

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