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A rare Clayton Kershaw loss is felt deeply by Dodgers
A rare Clayton Kershaw loss is felt deeply by Dodgers

The stretch calls the Dodgers. Alas, so does the disabled list. And right now, you have to wonder if the DL's call is growing a tad louder. Or at least too loud. The Dodgers fell to the disabled list and to the Milwaukee Brewers, 3-2, on a warm Saturday night, Milwaukee doing what no one else has been able to do for 21/2 months — beat Clayton Kershaw. Kershaw again pitched very well — throwing a complete-game five-hitter and striking out 11 — but for the first time this season he gave up two home runs in a game. The Dodgers had not lost in Kershaw's last 13 starts, since May 28, and this defeat cut their lead in the National League West to 41/2 games...

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