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Dodgers hope they won't be left longing after long day at office
Dodgers hope they won't be left longing after long day at office

Call it dramatic. "It was a roller coaster ride. Ups and downs," left fielder Carl Crawford said of the Dodgers' 8-5, 14-inning loss to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday, a game that took five hours and 34 minutes and every position player on their expanded roster except father-to-be Scott Van Slyke, who was excused early. "I thought we had it," said Crawford, who tied the score at 5-5 in the 12th with a two-run home run. "I think we had, like, three chances to win it. We just didn't come through." Call it bizarre. "I've been in long games, yeah," catcher Tim Federowicz said, "but back and forth like that, I really...

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