Chad Billingsley

It has to be Clayton Kershaw in Game 4, but it's also a shame that it must be that way

It has to be Clayton Kershaw in Game 4, but it's also a shame that it must be that way

On an endless Monday afternoon with Chavez Ravine bursting at the pavilions with gasps and groans, the Dodgers and their fans tried everything.

Dave Roberts emptied his bullpen and nearly emptied his dugout while extending the game to more than four hours of sweaty madness.

Their fans hustled out of work to exhaust heir lungs chanting for Corey Seager and growling for Yasiel Puig and booing just about everybody else.

Seemingly every bit of playoff energy and strategy was poured onto the sun-baked field and the Dodgers still weren’t good enough to survive, losing, 8-3, to the tough and savvy Washington Nationals to fall behind two games to one in a best-of-five...

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