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Dodgers delay Clayton Kershaw start, then fate throws curve into plans

Dodgers delay Clayton Kershaw start, then fate throws curve into plans

Justin Turner played only five innings Friday, but looked exhausted. "That was pretty brutal," he said. The Dodgers returned from the All-Star break Friday to open a three-game road series against the Washington Nationals, only for the game to be delayed multiple times because of a malfunctioning set of lights down the left-field line. Rather than delay it a third time, the umpires suspended the game, which is now scheduled to resume Saturday at 11:05 a.m. PDT. When the game restarts, the Dodgers will be trailing, 3-2, in the top of the sixth inning. There will be no outs and Turner will be at the plate. As for the original Saturday game, it will start at 1:05 p.m. PDT or...

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