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All-Star break means different things for different Dodgers
All-Star break means different things for different Dodgers

One team, four All-Stars. For two of them, it’s business as usual. This is Zack Greinke’s second All-Star game, so he sat at his locker after the Dodgers’ 1-0 win over the San Diego Padres eating, not in a rush to get anywhere. Clayton Kershaw is an All-Star for the fourth year in a row. He packed his bag like he was going on just another road trip, and exited the clubhouse without a fuss. For the other two, though, it was a different story. Yasiel Puig got a big hug from Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly, who told him to have fun. It’s Puig’s first selection, and the energetic outfielder will also be participating in the Home Run Derby on Monday. His 12 home runs are tied for the 28th-...

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