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October 9, 2019
Any time people pay attention to you, you leave a legacy, no matter who you are, no matter what you do. For the Cubs, for more than a century, it was failure, and now it’s failure-sandwiching-a-brief-and-apparently-over-period-of-not-failure. The A’s and Rays are cheapskates who win, the Twins are the guys who always lose to the Yankees, and the Yankees are the goddamn Yankees, man.
The Dodgers lose in the postseason. Clayton Kershaw loses in the postseason. That’s the legacy they share.
It’s not a fair thing and it’s not a just thing, but it is a thing. It exists in the world, because it just keeps happening. (READ MORE) by
First the Washington Nationals got to Clayton Kershaw. Then they clinched their first postseason series win in grand fashion.
After Kershaw blew the Los Angeles Dodgers’ lead in the eighth inning by surrendering a pair of home runs, Howie Kendrick hit a grand slam in the 10th inning, launching the Nationals to a 7-3 victory Wednesday in a winner-takes-all Game 5 of the National League Division Series at Dodger Stadium. (READ MORE) by Jeff Passan | ESPN